Bob Slocum was a promising executive. He had an attractive wife, three children, a nice house, and as many mistresses as he desired.
His life was settled and ordered; he had conformed and society demanded he be happy - or at least pretend to be, But the pretence was becoming more and more difficult, as Slocum's discontent grew into an overwhelming sense of desolation, frustration and fear. And then something happened. . .