|01||20070604||At his mother's funeral, retired bank manager Henry Pulling meets his septuagenarian Aunt Augusta for the first time in 50 years.|
Accompanying her back to her flat, he is introduced to her very unconventional menage.>
|02||20070605||Henry's dull suburban life is rudely interrupted when detectives reveal that his dead mother's urn has been used to hide drugs.|
Henry's first feelings of anarchy stir within him as his aunt suggests they go abroad.
|03||20070606||Aunt Augusta and Henry fly to Paris with a mysterious and very heavy red suitcase, which Henry is obliged to to carry through customs for her.|
They catch the Orient Express and before long Henry finds himself trying out pot with a woman half his age.
|04||20070607||In Istanbul, Aunt Augusta is visited by a colonel of the local police, who is on the trail of a Mr Visconti.|
She successfully avoids his amorous attentions, but she and Henry are deported for their pains.
|05||20070608||Henry suggests that he and Aunt Augusta go to Boulogne to see his father's grave.|
They meet a Miss Paterson, who reveals an unexpected interest in the deceased.
|06||20070611||Aunt Augusta leaves England and entrusts Henry with the keys to her flat.|
Henry doesn't hear from her for several months.
When he visits the flat, detectives follow him in.
|07||20070612||Out of the blue, Henry receives a summons to meet his aunt in Paraguay and bring with him a photograph.|
Henry duly complies.
|08||20070613||Wordsworth meets Henry to take delivery of the framed photograph requested by Aunt Augusta.|
Henry finds her in an empty villa, awaiting the imminent arrival of Mr Visconti.
|09||20070614||Henry ends up in jail for inadvertently blowing his nose on the Paraguayan national flag.|
He finally meets the notorious Mr Visconti and is fully inducted into his criminal enterprises.
|10 LAST||20070615||Henry must choose between returning to his quiet suburban existence or throwing in his lot with Augusta.|
But life in Paraguay brings potentially fatal dangers.