Assumption: Dianna Moreau and Ariel Richards are two average teen girls. WRONG. Dianna is an expert in the art of deduction. Call her Nancy Drew, or perhaps Sherlock Holmes, if you will. Ariel is an expert violinist and Dianna's unlikely partner. Her partner in crime solving. A mysterious chain of polished, careful crimes are being committed throughout New York City. The only trail the culprit leaves is one of murder and theft. Nobody can find a clue. That is, until Dianna and Ariel visit the crime scene. But, really, if the police can't figure out who the heck is doing all this, can two sixteen year old girls? Maybe. . .if they follow one guideline: If it doesn't kill you. . .do it.