When a video game designer stumbles into a blackmail conspiracy, he clashes with contract killers, Russian mobsters, and compromised cops in a wild journey through the bizarro world of Los Angeles. Uniquely told through a first-person point of view, Burning Dog is a relentless suspense thriller that keeps you guessing until the very end.
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