Brian Devlin, a former US military officer who now works as a freelance private detective, learns that he has a son he never knew about. Feeling remorse, Brian sets out to locate him. He meets the young man, named Nick Corsello, and helps him to begin his job as a private eye by offering him a job working for his PI firm. Although a little reluctant at first to work with his long-lost father, Nick comes to respect the veteran investigator and accepts to work together. However, Brian Devlin searches for his son Nick who soon goes missing for days. He finds him in his beach house. There he has been hiding along with an old man called Norman.
Did You Know?
Certain things in our universe are fixed and absolute: the Sun always rises in the East; parking meters are always set to give an edge to the meter maid. And sons never phone. My son, Nick, hasn't called for two days. The handbook for new parents says you're supposed to give a son his head... not to worry... particularly when that son is twenty eight years old. But I'm new at this - so I worry.