Detective MacFarland was kicked off the Denver police force…
…because of what he did at the mistrial of the man who murdered his wife.
After losing his wife, his job, and his partner, beautiful Detective Cynthia Pierson… MacFarland hit the bottle and even lost himself.
But now he’s crawling back out of that hole of anger and depression.
After a couple of years on the streets, MacFarland is back on his feet, operating a small hot dog cart. He doesn’t make much money, gives a lot of his product to his former homeless friends, and studies language CDs in his spare time.
He’s put his detective days behind him, and he’s happy that way.
But then MarFarland is approached by a high-priced lawyer to help prove a woman innocent. A fishing buff has been found murdered and the wife is the prime suspect.
MacFarland is not a detective anymore. It’s not his problem if an innocent woman goes to prison and a killer roams free. That’s not MacFarland’s job any more. Not even if it means working with Cynthia again.
He’s just a hot dog vendor.