The letter that comes to box 13 sounds harmless and simple, but those are two words that Dan Holiday never applies to murder.
A man tells a story of a long lost heir who had been gone for 15 years. If he had never returned, the family fortune would be split among the remaining family members. The heir has returned, and a rash of practical jokes has emerged that have the family unsettled.
Dan steps in to pose as yet another member of the family. Meet the family with Dan, and learn about the underlying hate, suspicion, and skeletons in the closet. What kinds of practical jokes are being played? Snakes in the closet for one, prank phone calls, frogs in beds, and so forth. Odd senses of humor, and bickering as the family tries to deal with the trouble. Dan suspects it’s all leading up to murder.
The tension comes to a head when the household is jittery, and edgy. . When a joke of finding school yearbooks with pictures comes out, it’s the thing to push the situation over the top, and the key clue that Dan needs to solve the mystery.
Is there murder brewing? Can Dan stop it? Maybe, unless Dan is murdered first. There hadn’t been enough evidence before, but now it’s time to bring in the sheriff. In dramatic fashion, the killer is exposed and justice wins the day. Listen and learn who did it, and why.