Jane Sherlock is a perky young woman, and on the way to meet up with her friend Peter. Though she comes across as a little flighty, getting side tracked with doing some shopping for Wilmer, she is charming enough to keep her men folk wrapped around her finger. .
Peter is a civil lawyer, and Wilmer’s widow is accused of murder. Huh? How cann Wilmer still be alive, and have a widow? It’s complicated, and of course the case is intriguing enough to intrest Peter. what can Wilmer tell Peter about his widow, Yvonne? Can Peter even do anything to help?
Miss Sherlock won’t take no for an answer, and drags Peter along the traill of the investigation. Though she seems to have no logic at all, Jane’s subjective look on the matter digs up the dirt on suspicious characters. Swindlers, racketeers, and tough guys might be hard to crack when taking the direct, hard boiled approach, but Jane takes a more subtle, sly, and softer route to the problem.
Can you match up the clues, lies, and loose ends to put this picture together? This is more than a logic puzzle. The danger increases when the body count rises, and thumps on the head are in stor. The big question may not be in who the killer is, but exactly how did Jane get mixed up with Wilmer? Listen in as she explains her convoluted thought process to the cops, and Peter.