Granville Cash served 14 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit. After finally being exonerated, he is awarded a great deal of money for his wrongful conviction. With more time and money than he knows what to do with, he decides to help a friend from prison find his missing daughter, who may have the same deadly disease as his other child. Trouble is, no one has seen or heard from the woman in years. Cash begins combing the streets of Atlanta, tracking down her last known associates, primarily whores, pimps, junkies, and drug dealers, but the path leads, surprisingly, to some of the city's most respected businesspeople, as well as a few individuals far more unsavory than the street hustlers. As bullets fly and bodies drop, Cash persists, only to find that what he’s looking for, and why, are not exactly what he’d imagined when he started.