Noah Barnes grew up watching his hero, big brother Zeke, develop into an up-and-coming championship Heavyweight boxer. A tragic head injury leaves Zeke mentally impaired, and the "big brother" becomes the little brother, forcing Noah to resign from the police department so he can take care of Zeke. Noah opens a Detective Agency, and his gentle giant brother tags along as a show of force when necessary.
When NYPD Sergeant Roy Ruiz began working the serial killings with Detective Tim Rosetto, they had no way of knowing the killer whom they were hunting had been dead for over two hundred years. FBI Special Agent Doug Patmore, whose special unit works with Missing Persons, Unsolved Violent Crimes, Homicide, and Sexual Assaults has been hunting this killer for years. Together with Roy and Tim, they begin their mind-bending investigation that will lead them to Adam Priest - a man who's been killing and eating women since 1806.
Washington, D.C., is a world of acronyms... FBI, CIA, NSA, DOD, the list goes on. Unlike the rest, the MOP doesn't stand for anything. It is simply the name given to the small, top-secret team of American agents within the government that answers to only one man, the Director of the CIA, who, risking perjury and personal liability, will deny, to his death, the existence of such an organization.
In order to prevent World War III, Agents Stills and Mackey are sent to Iran to take action from within. But the mission is not merely to take out Iran's weapons grade nuclear material intended for Israel - they've been instructed to incite an Iranian revolution.
Agents Still and Hollahan are on a special assignment-neutralizing a mysterious terrorist mission known only as Crescent Fire. The terrorists' weapon is a Scud missile - and their target is the White House. Good thing these boys know how to work under pressure.