“Go On. Get out of my sight.”
His mother’s words echo is Ross’s head. He didn’t know why she was so angry, he only knew that she meant what she said. So Ross took to the road. But it’s 1933 -- the time of the Great Depression -- and there is very little work to be found.
Ross finds shelter for the night in a barn, but he is awakened by bushels of blazing hay and must run for his life. Things only get worse when he is spotted hurrying from the fire. The police think that Ross is responsible for the crime, and they’re searching the county for him!
So he’s on the run again. And if he wants to clear his good name, he’ll have to to solve the mystery, too. Ross must find the real barn burner before the police find him...