When Perky – Martha and Theodore’s cat – finds an index finger in Ed Garrison’s barn and brings it home, Martha calls Sergeant McCuskey at the Westbrook Police Precinct. Upon searching the barn, they find the body of Gil Hatfield. He was last year’s lottery winner. Martha soon discovers that Gil was involved in smuggling and antique trading with some shady Chinese characters out of New York. Sergeant McCuskey follows the clues Martha has gathered during her little investigation and is soon able to find out who could have killed Gil Hatfield. But where is the statuette? Difficult to say!
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