When three young men are killed outside a nightclub in a drive-by shooting, Brenda and her team feel it has all of the hallmarks of gang-related violence. Someone shouted a gang member's name just before the shooting began, but when a search of the victims reveals that all three men were serving in the Army, the case takes on a completely different tone. Brenda now finds herself being pressured by an army liaison officer, Major Edward Dorset, to solve the case now or else he will have no choice but to report a possible terrorist attack to his superiors. When it's revealed that one of the victims has an identical twin who is a gang member with a connection to a convenient store hold-up/double homicide, she is convinced it's a case of the wrong twin being killed; however, she's forced to make a deal with the devil - one that backfires on everyone.
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Chief, the fact that you made the short list for Chief of Police and Pope didn't, well, he's, um... he's a little bit off-balance.
Brenda Leigh Johnson
Then straighten him out, please. I'm not about to let the killer of three American soldiers go free just because his nose is out of joint.
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