Stop. What. You're. Doing. And. Listen.
Detective Barnum Brown. New York's youngest and brightest detective. Only twenty five, he's solved cases that even the greatest detectives couldn't. But when Sawyer, the chief of police and one of Barnums only friends, calls and says that the great Harold Lebowski a very famous magicians is murdered, Barnums life changes for the worst. Because in order to solve this case he must do something he's never really done before. Work with other people. Barnum must pair up with Harold's twelve-year-old apprentice, Madison and Harold's twenty-four-year-old-sister and journalist, Alice. Together the three must find out who killed Harold, and why. This particular case wont be easy, for Harold has enemy's, friends, employees, clients, all with reasons to kill him. And while all of this is happening, more people are getting killed all over New York. Barnum is sure that all the murders are connected, but with only a few regular items to connect them, he can't prove a thing. And as he, Alice, and Maddie unravel more clues, they find themselves on the run from people who don't want the truth to get out. While being on the run, trying to solve this case, and Barnums painful past slowly catching up; Will he learn to open up and let people in? Or will this case prove to be too great for Detective Barnum Brown?