It all starts with a story of love for a girl named, Cathy Dunn. But first let’s look at Keith. He’s the bitter son who has been tormented by a lifetime of his overbearing father, but when the day comes, and the will is read, he is surprised to find the will doesn’t go the way he expects. He gets the estate, but it is to be held in trust and the executor is to enforce the rules of his monthly allowance, and the terms he is to recieve it.
How does it change if he is to be married? What if he gets back together with the girlfriend he just broke up with, Cathy? Instead, Keith learns news that drives him into a frenzy, and a threat of death.
Life on the estate that is his own inheritance, seems like a prison to him, but now rather than his dad it’s Keith’s uncle who holds him in confinement. The pressure builds on his nerves, and that threat to kill his uncle grows into more of a reality for Keith. After a lot of thinking, Keith begins to build trust and confidence with uncle Matt, but then plans to do in the older man by denying him his heart medicine.
The Whistler has a secret that Keith didn’t know about. Uncle Matt shares it when he takes Keith into his confidence about the heart medicine that has been sabotaged.