A reclusive billionaire's deepest secrets begin to emerge after his plane crashes into the South Pacific and the battle for control of his vast estate commences. When his WWII seaplane plunged into the ocean back in 1995, DHL Worldwide founder Larry L. Hillblom was the largest shareholder in his company. His worth was valued at nearly $1 billion, and he lived a life of solitude on the island of Saipan, the largest island of the United States Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Despite Hillblom's status as a high-powered lawyer and successful businessman, the wording in Hillblom's will was frustratingly vague - but why? In the aftermath of Hillblom's death, a number of teenage prostitutes emerged claiming to have birthed his heirs, and demanding a portion of his will. But they weren't the only ones hoping to walk away with a large portion of the pot, because his former business associates too were soon hiring lawyers and staking their claim on his estate. The deeper the lawyers and trustees delve into Hillblom's secret-shrouded past, the more they learn that sometimes appearances can be deceiving, and that even the most public figures can have their fare share of secrets.