Henry stood at the doorway of the boss’ office, gasping at the gory tableau. Blood everywhere, splattered from floor to ceiling. He had read numerous crime novels and watched endless reruns of Law & Order but nothing prepared him for this. No wonder Barbie had succumbed to hysterics. The sickening smell assaulted his nostrils and he tasted copper mixed with bile. "Did you do it Henry?" barked detective Fitzhugh. Silence. He tried again, in a soft, conspiratorial tone. “C’mon, everyone has wished their boss dead at one time or another. Even me, so I could totally understand why you did it. Just tell me, Hank. It’ll go easier for ya.” Henry glared at him hatefully. “What do you think?” He asked. Two could play this game. Which employee was to blame for that blood-soaked office? Was it Henry, the meek management drone? Barbie, the scheming, ambitious secretary? Maybe it was Danny, the womanizer who secretly lusts after Barbie. And where is Margie, the head of the HR department? She has also disappeared, leaving behind a letter that begins “If you are reading this, I am probably already dead.” WISH YOU WERE DEAD examines the everyday frustrations of ordinary people like you and I and asks the questions we’ve all asked. What if you had the power to give people what was coming to them? What if there was a way to retaliate? Who hasn’t wished harm towards someone at one time or another; an overbearing boss, whining customer, judgmental peer? Who hasn’t yearned for a way to even the score...without getting caught?