The DC Killer is hiding - in the White House. Jerold Robbins is the handsome, rich president of the United States, and a serial killer. Eighteen women have been found floating in the Potomac, their bodies slashed and weighted down with concrete blocks. Then the killing stops. Law enforcement speculates the killer is dead or incarcerated. The secret service has no idea they are protecting a monster.
In office, Robbins establishes a network of assassins killing individuals across America. Pressured to investigate, FBI director Tony Steel assigns Alison Stevens to the case. Alison is fleeing her own demons, dogged by the memories of her murdered family. Too close to the truth, Alison is framed for murder. Now she must elude the law and the assassins. She fights to survive, clear her name.
As pastor of a small church in Apple Valley, Arkansas, Adam embraces the entire valley as his congregation. Friends and neighbors all respect him as a man of God. He is content to stay there laboring for the Lord for the rest of his life. Then he receives a telegram inviting him to become pastor of the most prestigious church in Chicago. At first Adam refuses the offer. Who will care for his widowed mother and his congregation? Finally, believing this is God'swill, he surrenders. But things are not as they seem. He accepts unaware he is playing into the hands of extortionists and murderers. On the train to Chicago,Adam meets and is smitten with 19-year-old Victoria Winters, whose first job as a schoolteacher has ended in disaster. Falsely accused of beating a student,she is fired, jailed a