Elliot Forsman’s past has come back to haunt him. In order to protect himself and find those who intend to harm him, he is forced to handover the PI practice to his partner and leave his old life behind.
Rivka Goldstein, now at the helm of JFK Investigations, receives a package from a lawyer containing a note along with fifty thousand dollars. The note is from a recently deceased billionaire requesting that, upon his death, JFK is to investigate, regardless of the circumstances. Teamed with Marc Morrison, a dispassionate Detective on the outs with the Department, their ensuing investigation leads Rivka into the corrupt world of the ultra-rich and their entitlements. As she peels back the layers of family dysfunction, she uncovers a corporate conspiracy involving the billionaire’s company, his grown children, and the highest levels of organized crime in Montréal. During the investigation she teaches the young Detective that, contrary to Occam’s supposition, the simplest explanation is always not the best one.
Rivka has to set aside her own desires to bring the guilty to justice and in the process exposes the true cost of greed.