In K.I.A., Dr. Kel McKelvey and his team at the U.S. Army's Identification Lab must determine if a body in a Vietnamese cemetery is that of Jimmy Lee Tenkiller, a soldier missing since 1970. But first, McKelvey will have to unravel the secret behind Tenkiller's murder.
As the director of the U.S. Army's Central Identification Lab in Hawaii (CILHI), Robert Dean "Kel" McKelvey has made a career solving some of the country's most complex identification cases. Though fast approaching emotional meltdown, Kel now faces his thorniest case yet: the recovery of Jimmie Carl Trimble, a soldier from Arkansas who died a hero's death in Vietnam 40 years ago.
"Pretty good for what it was..."