What if someone destroyed the people closest to you? What if you thought you could have prevented it from happening? Would you be able to forgive the people responsible? Could you forgive yourself for failing to see the signs?
Psychiatrist Joshua Zeev hears a gunshot. His best friend, Richard Brown, has committed suicide. Richard's son, Harold, flies into a Berserker rage, tearing apart Richard's office. Grief and self-doubt overshadow Joshua's thoughts as he attempts to find out the truth about his friend's death. An investigation by Joshua and the family lead them headlong into corporate and political corruption and extortion. A cadre of shady characters target the remaining Brown family and Joshua. Will the family survive, and can justice be served?