Really . . .
What's eating Iris Warner's former husband, WarnerCorp founder and CEO Buck Warner? Iris would really like to know.
Who is trying to blackmail Ilona Marchand, WarnerCorp's human resources supervisor? Ilona would really like to know.
Where have Ed Stroh's stay-at-home in-laws, Eugene and Lawrence Abernathy, disappeared to? Ed would really like to know.
What's the meaning of the list of letter pairs and the Polaroid photo that Seamus Ellenbogen bequeathed to his niece Viola Ketchum? Viola would really like to know.
To find out, they have hired private detective Leo Schwartz and his assistant Rainer Zufahl. While they are unraveling the tangled skeins of these problems, Schwartz at least doesn't need to figure out how Phil G., his former AA protegee, really feels about him. With Phil's revolver pointed at his chest, he knows.
And by the way, Crime in Italy really has nothing to do with law-breaking in southern Europe.