Following the tragic death of his wife and eight-year-old daughter, undercover federal police officer Glen Johnson is on compassionate leave. To numb his pain, he turns to the bottle, but he is still haunted by loss and doesn’t know if he’ll ever move beyond the pain. When his closest friend, Neil, dies, Glen finds himself teetering on the edge of sanity.
Neil’s death is far more sinister than that of Glen’s family. Glen suspects foul play, especially since Neil was poking around where he shouldn’t, investigating drugs and possible treason. Together with Neil’s widow, Mary, Glen begins his own inquiry in an effort to bring Neil’s killers to justice. He never could have guessed how far up the corruption goes.
Death becomes a constant companion the deeper Glen probes into the murky world of drugs and betrayal. Hostage taking and kidnapping attempts are normal occurrences as Glen, Mary, and a new recruit uncover the devious truth. Their final stand will be on an isolated property of the Warragamba Dam area, where Glen will have his justice or die fighting.