The Little Man Who Was Everywhere. George gets a letter from a woman who feels paranoid about a man who seems to be everywhere. Is there really a stalker? George and Brooksie go to find out. The woman has inherited several apartment buildings in a slummy area. She is getting threatening notes, and there have been some fires. When the notes don’t come, he stalks her. What’s the man’s point?
He isn’t hard to find, so George confronts him. He is upset about his wife, Irene, who died in a fire in one of the apartment buildings. The man wants to torment the lady for not taking care of her buildings, but is he responsible for recent fires? It sounds like a simple job for George, but is it really?
George considers the question of who is there that might benefit from the recent fires, besides the crazy little man? Whhen the real bad guy sees that George isn’t being distracted, George and Brooksie find themselves in danger. George ttries to get help from the cops, but nobody believes him. Finally, he has to do his own stake out to catch the arsonist.