To distract himself from a missed love connection, and a depleted bank account, Rogue finds himself with a job. A woman with cash is looking for love. The man she’s looking for though is a mobster who has just been released from prison. Conchita wants some letters that might be used to blackmail her. Will Frank play ball with Rogue, or will he keep his hooks firmly planted in the sultry Conchita? There’s not much to do when Conchita comes up missing. To replace his young, sultry and missing client, a little old lady crosses paths with Rogue. The brokenhearted woman tells a story about her son who has gone astray in the eyes of the law. Will Rogue take time from his current mystery to help her out? Can he do anything or her robbing son, and his gunshot wound? Norman is such a sensitive boy, but before Rogue can get there, the petty thief is gone. No thumps on the head, but Rogue is drugged by the sweet little old lady, and a conversation with the annoying Igor ensues.
In his haze, Rogue contemplates the possibility that Norman has something to do with Conchita. Why? Who knows, the writers just wrote it that way. And everybody knows that in mystery stories, everything is connected.
At any rate, Rogue finds himself set up to take the blame for murder. The cops have plenty of circumstantial evidence on him, and it’s not looking good for our hero. Join in for the suspenseful moments as Rogue ties all the clues together to get himself out of trouble, and uncover the truth. What does the old lady have to do with Conchita and the racketeer?