Vandalism of a women’s center whose co-founder wears a hijab; an old homeless woman beaten unconscious dies of her injuries. A lesbian woman attacked and raped in her own garage; her home vandalized.
The minister of a storefront, white supremacist church posts encouragement to the perpetrator as news of these crimes hits the streets.
Sergeant Nita Slowater and the Special Crimes Team follow a bloody trail that twists through a morass of hate rhetoric and a long history of violence. The urgency to stop this predator ramps up when a drive-by shooter takes aim at Nita and her wife, Dawn Samira, as they jog along a public roadway close to their home.
Seattle has always prided itself on inclusiveness and diversity. Is the city about to show a far different face to the world? Are these random attacks against minorities or is something more sinister arising from the busy streets of Seattle?