How do you solve a murder when there’s little evidence and so much dislike of the victim?
When rich witch businesswoman Adelaide Fairchild is murdered by magical lightning at her office, the PIB is the first organisation her husband calls. Frantically trying to solve as many of their existing cases as they can before the directors shut them down, Angelica and James don’t want to take the job, but they don’t have a choice. A rich and powerful acquaintance has called Angelica personally because the victim is his relative. She can’t say no.
Desperate for clues and a fast resolution, Angelica makes sure that Lily is front and centre with her camera and special witch talent. But Lily’s pictures give them very little to go on, and the team is stumped.
As they scramble to solve the case, their enemies are on the attack, and tragedy strikes. Rather than let the event rattle them, the team need to use it as a motivator. But is that too much to ask?
Can Lily and the team find the clue that will break the case wide open before the directors finish them for good, or, for the first time on Angelica’s watch, will justice be beyond their reach?