Normally Dan Holiday is invited on an adventure. Today he is invited to go on a vacation. It turns into a matter of helping a man deal with his rich uncles’ missing money. Instead of an inheritance, all he left was a mountain of bills and creditors. Ted, the man who stood to inherit the uncles estate is OK with not getting the money, but Dan sees a mystery behind everything. He won’t be satisfied until he leaves no stone unturned.
Dan’s focus is alerted on the old childhood nursery and play room when he heard suspicious noises in the middle of the night. He looks over the collection of old toys with Ted. When the lawyer arrives with the will, and the anticipated disposal of the estate to pay off the creditors, Dan looks over it for any suspiciousness.
It all looks fine, but suspicions burn in Dan’s mind. Then there’s an attempt of murder. There’s a secret in among the kids toys and books, but what is it? The estate is to be sold, and Ted is to move out sooner than expected.
With time running short, Dan pours on some pressure of his own to see if he can make the bad guy squirm. He manages to force the hand of his suspect, but there hasn’t been any serious crime committed. Still, there’s the matter of saving the estate, and the mmystery of the missing money. dan secures the clue, but what does it mean? Of course, in the end there’s a happy ending, the cash is found and the estate is saved.