Detective Frank Jones is lost in Heaven; a gay club in London.
After catching his wife in the garage fisting his partner, Detective Mary Parker, Detective Jones loses both his job and his wife.
Yet his not-by-the-book investigation tactics helps convict the wife of Senator William Stone for the murder of 22-year-old college student, Autumn Boyd.
Due to the political influence in Charleston, Frank is forced to take a job as an agent with the new Black Bureau Agency. This new agency is supposed to oversee ethical violations by local, state, and other federal agencies.
Thus, before he lands in London though, he becomes a damaged good while working undercover as a gay/lesbian porn movie producer. What He does not count on is Mossad Agents black mailing him while he works undercover in NYC.
As a result of their pressure and Jones enjoying his undercover operation too much, Jones fails in NYC. As he receives a death beating, his lesbian partner, Mary Parker, does chose to save his life, and betray him at the same time.
Years forward. The second part of his story takes him back home to Charleston, SC. Tiring of federal agencies taking cases away from him, he has a new reason to live and fight; for the rights of gay, lesbian, and transgenders.
But the case becomes too personal as his old nemesis, bi-sexuals Vito Corlean and Harry Steinman, try to kill him. As they run an underground child sex slave operation, Frank decides to crash their parties and ruin their international child sex slave operation.
However, he does not count on facing an army of security, and his old partner Detective Mary Parker working for Vito and Harry.
Before he tackles his old enemies, Jones, goes to London. There, he meets his old friend Mossad Agent Tony Philistine. Tony gives him another offer; try, convict, or kill either Vito or Harry. Both would be ideal. At first, Frank refuses but Mossad guarantees him a dream job with Scotland Yard Detective.
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