Lieutenant Ty Hauck is a divorced man with a teenage daughter. He is with her at a gas station when a drive by shooting occurs, killing the man standing behind them in line. It seems to be a random act at first but as time goes on and the investigation deepens, a conspiracy unfolds. Annie Fletcher, a young woman who is struggling to run a restaurant, sees something one night that she shouldn't have and gets pulled into the danger.
Andrew Gross has written a few books with James Patterson and has followed in his footsteps and can't write without using a certain word constantly. The book is heavy on action and light on characterization, just like Patterson's. Since I don't like the way James Patterson writes, I didn't care much for Andrew Gross' book either. Rated R.