How far can a man sink and still clutch at the moral high ground? In The Mystery of Attraction, Ray is a man with a problem: a $20,000 gambling debt, and the collector is getting restless. Warren, his younger brother, has some problems of his own - demotion from detective to working the evidence room, a drug habit so bad he stole Ray's car for drug money, and an admiration for Ray so deep that Warren even stole Ray's wife. Ray just met a potential client that could make all his problems go away, if he could just get this guy's stepdaughter cleared of a murder charge. Only problem is, Ray knows damn well that she did it - and up to now, he's always believed there were some depths to which he would not sink. Tough choices are all that Warren and Ray have, and lately they¹ve both been making all the wrong decisions.