Sitting under the stars sipping good Irish whiskey in an out-of-the-way watering hole in upstate New York, ex-con James Beck thinks that leaving behind Covid and the conflicts surrounding him in Red Hook, Brooklyn had been a pretty good move. Until he steps between a gutsy little woman standing up to a local thug. Beck puts the tough guy on his knees with a single punch, but it’s enough to ignite a devastating spiral of violence.
Beck is suddenly fighting for his life against a vicious white supremacist gang known as the Kin. Their ruthless supreme leader, Camdyn Dent, believes he and the Kin have the right to exploit anybody they deem inferior in any way they choose without a shred of remorse. Those who dare oppose them face torture and death.
Beck reaches out to his loyal group of fellow ex-cons for help. It means going to war against an untold number of heavily armed fanatics on their home ground, protected by fellow gang members in local law enforcement.
Can Beck and his few brave men prevail? Only if he unleashes the seeds of destruction hidden in the hate filled hearts of his enemies.