Identical twins can cause all kinds of difficulty when someone is attempting to decide who is who, not only when both are alive but also when one has died. Which one has died? How do you prove it? It gets even worse when somebody is charged with murdering the one who died. Did he kill the one that everyone thought he killed? What if he didn't murder either one? Sometimes "is" just plain isn't! See if you can figure out who died and who killed him in this short story by the author of the crime collection NEVER USE A CHICKEN AND OTHER STORIES.