The body of Victor Jerrolld is found, and his wife claims to have amnesia due to trauma, but before he even arrives, Dan fills in Miss Fairfax with the profiles on the players, and that he is confident he will know the killer within an hour.
Applying his skill at psychology, and reading human behavior, Dr Danfield asks the questions to bring out the clues he needs. The threat from the wife to kill her husband emerges, as does a dramatic retelling of events through flashback.
Dan is certain that the wife is lying, and sets out to prove that she never lost her memory despite her great lengths to make people believe she did. In his casual style, Dan confidently gathers information to prove his case. Still confused? Don’t worry, Dan explains his trap, and what clued him in to solve the mystery.