Quite good. A young man's father is accused of selling securities without backing. The young man is love with a beautiful wealthy young woman who is a friend of Eleanor Roosevelt. When the father "commits suicide" (murdered) the believes that he has been murdered. His fiance and Eleanor belive him and Mrs. Roosevelt begins investigating.
As the tale unwinds there are more murders and the plot thickens. Are the man's partners responsible for his death? The thinks this may be so but the reader discovers that he is wrong. As one follows the story one discovers that the Germans are somehow involved as well as the man's partners in the firm. Yet who committed all the murders? Different people for different reasons and the ending has a surprise twist that I did not expect but won't reveal it here. Read it for yourself.