A series of deaths occur publicly. Provided the nature of a public setting and multitude of witnesses, the investigation becomes a federal matter. Two diametrically opposed special agents, Kyle Frazier and Norman Wiley, draw the unlucky straw for this case. They quickly find out that the case is not a slam dunk because aside from the witnesses, there is one random piece of cryptic evidence that links the deaths together-a small blank sheet of paper. Regardless of all the resources awarded the federal government, the case's difficulty becomes secondary to the deep-rooted tension between the two agents. Secrets from the past can shape a person's future. The problem is, their secrets, unbeknownst to them, can shape the outcome of this case.