An elderly philanthropist hires JFK Investigations to look into the unidentified body of a young Asian female who washed up on the St. Lawrence River’s shore.
While Elliot is busy investigating, the body of another young woman is discovered being disposed of in a mortuary incinerator. The woman is from Rivka’s past, a former officer, and close friend.
The Montréal Chief of Police, Manon Petit, believes the two deaths may be connected. Working against her moral compass, she is forced to enlist Elliot and JFK Investigations in her efforts to contain a human trafficking issue before it explodes. Elliot is asked to use whatever methods he can to solve the murders, methods that aren’t necessarily sanctioned by officers of the law.
While Elliot investigates the drowned girl, Rivka looks into the murder of her former friend. The investigation leads her to question why her friend walked away from the Police and into a life of crime five years ago.
Elliot and Rivka find themselves embroiled in the middle of a human trafficking ring that proves to be too much for JFK Investigations. In order to bring the traffickers to justice, they must break all the rules.