A proposition that is mutually beneficial, and dangerous is just the kind of invitation to lure Dan Holiday out on another adventure. After a dinner meeting with his client, the million dollar deal is dangled before Dan, but he has been drugged and taken to a strange place. When Dan comes around, he finds himself locked up in a padded cell, and is being called Mr Stokes. The more Dan tries to claim that he’s not Mr Stokes, the more his captors think he deserves his padded cell in the sanitarium. The identity take over is complete enough that with dyed hair, and cosmetic changes, even Dan doesn’t recognize himself in the mirror.
Dan continues to meet the people in Mr Stokes life, including his wife. What is the big switch all about? Who is the real Mr Stokes? Who knows what is really going on? Probably most importantly, who can Dan trust to be his ally? With all his options being closed down, Dan has been setup to take a fall for murder.
Dan is now a man on the run, but will it be enough to simply evade the authorities who are pursuing him? Dan’s story is a crazy one, but when he finds an unlikely ally, he gets his big break to turn the tables on his would be captors, and expose the plot they intended for him.