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Brazen ending explained: Who killed Grace’s sister?

Brazen ending explained: Who killed Grace’s sister?

Grace Miller spent the whole film looking for her sister's killer. Did she solve it? Here's a detailed analysis of the Brazen conclusion. Netflix's latest thriller, Alyssa Milano played Grace Miller, a mystery novelist, in the film. The movie Brazen Virtue is based on the book by Nora Roberts and follows the police investigation of Grace's sister's murder.

Brazen ending explained: Who killed Grace’s sister?

Kathleen appears to be a typical high school teacher on the outside. On the other hand, she has a hidden life and is about to reveal all of her secrets. It's the mysteries that have been linked to her assassination that are most intriguing.

What was Kathleen’s secrets on Brazen?


After her sister, Kathleen, announced that she was going for custody, Grace showed up to support her. There's a chance that Kathleen has a drug problem history, but she is clean and presently works as an instructor at a high school.

She also has a side business on Brazen. Kathleen doesn't reveal everything to Grace right away, but we learn she works for a webcam company as an online dominatrix under the name Desiree. Her alter ego is called Desiree, and she's quite well-known.

When the narrative begins, we learn that Grace is a lonely divorcee who works from home. She's devastated by her best friend's death, and when she gets home from a date with the neighbor detective next door, she finds Kathleen murdered. It initiates a murder inquiry that includes the second victim and then the attempted murder of a third person. All of the ladies worked for Webcam Company Z, and their murderer frequently utters the name Desiree.

Who killed Kathleen on Brazen?


Grace wanted to get involved in the murder case. At first, no one wanted her. She is an author, not a detective, after all. She was able to show that she would be beneficial to the group by virtue of her being a writer.

She had her suspicions early on, and she spoke with people at the school about it. One teen in particular gave off strange vibes for anyone who enjoys watching thrillers, according to what she heard. There was one youngster who was very involved in the case.

There were a few persons of interest. Grace believed that Kathleen's ex-husband was involved, but the investigation soon turned to the school. After Kathleen's burial, flowers with a threatening note were discovered on campus. The flowers were purchased using Rand's father's credit card, according to his arrest record. However, Rand was not guilty.

He was having a homosexual relationship with a guy. The team needed to redirect their attention to someone else because of the alibi. Jerald was that person.

This only came up because Jerald had attacked Rand. Rand knew that Jerald knew all about Kathleen’s secret job. Jerald had been so angry that this motherly figure was actually a dominatrix. He was also angry that other men were watching her. If he couldn’t have her, nobody could, and so he killed her. He then killed others, obsessed with his feelings for Kathleen/Desiree.

How did the police catch the killer?


Jerald was found thanks to the help of a woman named Grace who pretended to be Desiree in order to entice him into coming forward. It appeared that it had failed, but because Rand had revealed his abuse by Jerald and the authorities had sufficient evidence, he was arrested.

The police arrived at his home, but Jerald was already gone. On Jerald's computer, Ed saw images of Grace as Desiree. He drove straight there, where Grace was dressed up and waiting for him. She'd even prepared a live stream so she could get a confession from him. She just knew he would show up sooner or later.

It did the trick. Grace, on the other hand, was in peril. Ed arrived just in time to shoot and kill Jerald, saving Grace's life. With the murderer gone, Grace and Ed were given the opportunity to explore where their relationship could lead them. That is where we left the pair, eager for a brighter future.

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