The third book of the trilogy begins on a blustery August day, and thirty-year-old Jay L. Lewis, a free-lancer reporter and short story writer, finds himself on a road headed for a small town named Dixon. No one is more surprised than he that this trip is even on his itinerary. Born and raised in L.A., where the Hollywood backdrop is just part of the mainstream of life, the idea of digging up old actresses, brushing the dust off their shoulders, and interviewing them, had never been an ambition of his. Yet, here he is, coasting down country roads on his way to meet Sherry Powers, an actress who had not been before a camera in over twenty years. If not for Jay’s friendships with Doug Holden, Sherry’s old agent, Jay would have blown off the idea without looking back. But a note delivered to him in Doug's weakened handwriting, sixteen years after Doug's death, had now become a way of honoring his last wish. With great reservation, Jay heads for Dixon hoping this wild goose chase will end quickly so he will be able to catch the evening flight back to L.A. Yet what awaits him will undoubtedly, change the course of his life in ways he could never imagine.