by Ray Fraser
Lydia Johnson was a prominent San Francisco socialite. Her late husband had left her an estate that was vast and diversified. Now, following the ... Show synopsis Lydia Johnson was a prominent San Francisco socialite. Her late husband had left her an estate that was vast and diversified. Now, following the murder of her daughter Olivia, she challenged Sean Thomas and his associates to find the people who were responsible for Olivia's death. Money would be no object. Mrs. Johnson reached into her purse, pulling out a credit card and handing it to me as she stood to leave. 'There's a one million-dollar line of credit on this card, Mr. Thomas. Use what you need. If you solve the case within 30 days, whatever is left on the card is yours to keep. If the killer is successfully prosecuted, I'll add an additional one million dollars to the account." A routine case? One might assume that it was. However, Mrs. Johnson had dropped a pebble into the sea of uncertainty. The dark ripples expanded until every person in Sean's life had been touched in some way. The past? The present? The future? Searching for answers in Olivia's case sends Sean careening through time in search of the truth. Not even his many years of experience could have adequately prepared Sean for the challenges which he now faced.