Wealthy financier A.J. Strode was as ruthless as he was dirty, acquiring and discarding both wives and companies with equal aplomb. Now he wants to sink his teeth into a company called the House of Glass. He needs this company - and will stop at nothing to get it.
Three people own the majority of the stock: Joanna Gillespie, a famous violinist; Jack McKinstry, a gold-coast playboy; and Richard Bruce, a powerful shipping magnate. Strode is willing to offer fair-market value for the shares - but if extra persuasion to sell is needed, he's procured some damaging evidence on each of his little pigs. He can prove each one is a murderer.
But A.J. Strode has made the fatal mistake of underestimating his adversaries. He huffed and he puffed - only to discover the three little pigs can play just as dirty...and as deadly