Murder is in the air when hedge-jumping champ Dave Randall accuses his archenemy, Jack Webster, of sabotaging his dream to compete at the upcoming European Games.
Vicky is used to Dave's histrionics, and she turns a blind eye. After all, she has bigger fish to fry - namely, solving the mysterious death of worm-charming diva Ruth Reeves, whose sudden inheritance has made her very unpopular with old friends and neighbours alike.
But when Jack Webster ends up dead, too, there seems to be a strange connection between the pair, and Dave becomes the prime suspect.
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