Detective William T. Logan is in harm's way again, fighting for the survival of not only himself and Special Agent Samantha Jones of the FBI, but also the country he loves. There are monsters out there, and the same ones who want him dead also want to see America destroyed, especially if that will bring them more profits. For those with evil hearts, greed is good. But with his current case something is different. This time the target seems to be Logan himself. And Logan almost welcomes the challenge. Who's behind it? Special Agent Howard Thorne of the FBI believes it's a splinter group from the former Soviet Union. Logan doesn't agree. Logan thinks it's a con artist - a respected member of a church who sings in the choir, which is part of her act. Her motive would be simple: money, and the devious ways she plans on getting it. Her name is Mindy, and for her, too, greed is good. Thorne, as Logan calls him, to Special Agent Thorne's chagrin, and Logan go head to head, as the dead bodies keep piling up. While he's wrapping his mind around the imminent threats to himself, the women in his life wrap him in a web he can't seem to escape. If he lives through the attacks, will he also be able to reconcile his relationships? It doesn't appear likely. Yet, there's hope. Maybe when the bad guys have been captured or killed he can settle down to a comfortable job and find relative peace. Or maybe not.