Opening Day, 1954

Working undercover in a rodent-girl costume, the newest police department recruit in this southern California town is the only cop available to stop a mad bomber hellbent on wrecking a theme park’s grand opening.

All other law enforcement officers in town—and the California Highway Patrol—are outside trying to unsnarl the traffic jamming every road into this spanking new concept in family entertainment.

The bomber is hiding somewhere inside the 150-acre park. Youthful Secretary-Matron Peggy Murphy has to find him before he blows up twenty-two thousand guests, broadcast live for national TV.

Can Peggy stop him from turning the happiest kingdom on earth into the saddest?

Read this thrilling short mystery with a twist and take a wild ride to the not-so-distant—and not-so-safe—past.