Tod and Linc encounter a librarian and a would be suitor of hers who is not what he appears to be.
Virgil and Helen Paige with their young brother Homer are owners of the family ranch. Fighting a desperate battle against drought they're too proud to accept Tod and Buzz's offer to help.
Tod runs into Harlan Livingston III, an old college friend of his and a man who can't seem to understand that women only want him for his money.
Tod and Linc meet an uneducated drunk whose only skill is boxing.
Tod becomes entangled in an assassination plot involving an Arab king and the man hired to kill him, who bears a striking resemblance to Tod.
A disturbed St. Augustine, Florida teenager accidentally kills his only friend, setting in motion a chain of events that sees the teenager's schoolmates become vigilantes and Tod and Linc hostages.
Tod and Buz arrive in New Orleans during a parrot-fever epidemic. They meet a girl named Carrie Purcell and ask her out for a date. Carrie doesn't have money to afford nice clothes. Carrie has a domineering mother. Cases of bird flu are appearing in the city. Carrie's neighbor is involved with illegal activity.moreless
The search for Tod and a proper heir for Alexander Tiffin's remaining estate continues.
On their way to Jacksonville, Tod and Linc witness a plane crash. Linc is determined to honor the last wish of a passenger, whose long lost daughter lives in Savannah, Georgia.
Alexander Tiffin's family converges on Tampa for his funeral and discover that their inheritance hinges on his daughter's marriage to a man chosen specifically by Mr. Tiffin...Tod Stiles.
Still in Georgia, Tod and Linc put up a neon sign for a filling station owner outside of Savannah. Their work keeps getting sabotaged, however, by a local named Simon, who has strange motivations.