A child reports a missing father, Indianapolis’s disabled are being killed off, and Lt. Leroy Powder’s sergeant is hassling him: just an ordinary day for the cranky cop
Lt. Leroy Powder, the crankiest and most arrogant cop on the Indianapolis PD, is presented with a seemingly routine case: A twelve-year-old kid wants to report his dad missing.
But Powder knows that the most complicated cases often start with something apparently simple. And now his own son has just been released from prison. As Powder’s work and personal life collide, there’s nothing left to do but deal with it. And—if possible—steer clear of a conspiracy that puts him in the sights of the FBI.