Peter Sharp is an attorney who lives on a boat, but doesn't even know how to start its engines. He also thinks he's a pretty good lawyer, but behind the scenes, his legal ward Suzi is really the brains behind his solving crimes and winning cases. If you think you can match wits with a little, 13-year old computer whiz, and find out who the guilty people really are, then you'll enjoy the Peter Sharp Legal Mysteries created by Gene Grossman, a former trial attorney who unlike Peter Sharp, really knows how to start his boat's engines. This is the third of Peter Sharp's Legal Adventures. In this third Adventure, Attorney Peter Sharp is retained to represent a man accused of murder by the planting of bombs in vehicles. The client is also suspected of being part of a conspiracy to assassinate the President of the United States in an upcoming Fourth of July parade. With the assistance of his legal ward Suzi, Peter cracks the case, identifies the real murderer, and at the same time solves the mystery of a dead body found in his friend Stuart's automobile trunk... all while falling for a lesbian lawyer, winning a Wills contest, breaking up a stolen car ring 4,000 miles away, and battling with his ex-wife, whom he helped get elected to the office of District Attorney. In the adventure's finale, Suzi miraculously manages to get 'Bernie,' her huge Saint Bernard into a courtroom, where she makes her first official court appearance, holds her first press conference, and becomes a local television hero.