"Peter is a former math student. Forced to abandon his studies in order to care for his father -- a professor who has since passed away -- Peter throws himself wholeheartedly into boxing, despite his ultimately pacifist natire. His career as an amateur boxer is going so well that he begins to harbor hopes of turning professional. But Peter lives alone, and hides his boxing activities from his friends, just as he used to hide them from his father, for fear of their reactions. TJ, Peter's close friend since their college days, works in a bank. He's pretty good at what he does and is popular with women. But he has one vice: gambling. It's a secret he conceals, so as not to frighten his new girlfriend, Anne. A dangerous game -- because TJ sometimes bets very large sums of money, with very untrustworthy people... Inevitably, one day, he makes too big a wager... Anne tells everyone that she's a teacher. But Anne has a darker secret than either of the others: her teaching job is just a cover for her real work as a professional killer. And an organization is about to make her an offer she can't refuse... How long can these little games continue? Unusually perceptive, this trilogy unfolds in three acts around three characters and their individual perspectives, each one with something big to hide..."