Aspiring actor turned private investigator Benji Golden loves the theater. He is also very good at finding missing people. That is why Morrie Frankel, the last great independent Broadway producer, hires him. Morrie is fulfilling his lifelong dream of creating a musical version of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, but he needs financing for his extravaganza: $65 million. He has cast the hottest young movie idols as the lead characters, but he can’t pay them. He thought that he had found his angel, a British hedge fund mogul named R.J. Farnell, who offered $12 million, but the money and Farnell have disappeared. Benji manages to find Farnell’s beautiful young girlfriend, Jonquil Beausoleil, but she tells him that Benji will never find Farnell because he does not exist. Morrie has a great deal to explain. Benji abandons the case, but he soon finds himself in the middle of a murder investigation. Morrie turns up dead on 42nd Street and Benji has to keep Jonquil safe and figure out who killed Morrie. Mystery readers will enjoy this story with its colorful characters and Broadway lore.