As Richard Rogue takes care of mundane office chores, the change of pace in his world takes an up turn when a sultry woman walks through his door. Pat tells a story of murder by poisoning. Does she need protecting, as she claims?
It doesn’t take much arm twisting to lure Rogue to the 18 room cabin in the woods. Richard meets the pleasant family, and the pastoral setting is peaceful to the point of bordering on being dull. The soft breeze, the warm Summer night with its full moon, not the setting that breeds a murder. Then suspicion sets in when Rogue begins to notice lies and character flaws creeping into the scene.
Pat and her husband John share bitter words as they’re spied on by Rogue. As he collapses into bed Rogue finds him talking not only to his inner voice Eugor, but his little annoying girlfriend as well. What? No thump on the head? In the morning the breakfast table conversation reveals that everybody has been drugged the night before, and Pat’s sister Diane is found dead.
Is it a case of mistaken identity? Diane had been wearing Pat’s clothes the evening before. John thinks Pat did it out of jealousy. Finger pointing explodes, and nobody is free from being a suspect. Rogue calls the cops, and an investigation ensues.
Listen in for all the facts, clues, and details. The action comes to a boil in classic murder mystery fashion. The family of suspects are gathered, and each story is picked apart before the dramatic revelation of the killer by Rogue.