Susan Richards pinches a small bottle of scarlet red at the spa salon wearing a black tunic. From a long corridor to an office the blue light of an alarm flashes silently at an exclusive jewellers.
Barbara Whitmore promoted at her bank in computer programming is not surprised to find this out. No coverage of the culprits on security cameras, she reacts in a cool manner monitored by two detectives.
Francesco Rocca the glamorous and romantic jeweller in contact with an American Intelligence service is determined to find out who took diamonds from his office.
When a statue is taken from an Italian museum and displayed in the gardens of the barrister Nigel Sinclair-Baxter, the reason gets increasingly sophisticated.