Tom has a problem:
Someone unknown to him through the sanctity of confession has divulged implausible sins including murder. The Catholic priest is torn between his vow of Canon Law or the sanctity of human life.
When Tom approaches the parish pastor Father Massey with his problem, it’s revealed that Voice has been seeing him as well, for the last seven years. Massey only knows him as Voice, and Massey has secrets too. Along with Cardinal Nelson, who is next in line for Pope.
Against the laws of the church, the sanctity of confession, and risking excommunication, Massey, concerned for Father Tom’s safety, reaches out to an old acquaintance, Captain Sutton with the NYPD for discretionary help. Massey chronicled the horrors of Voice’s confessions. Are they real, or merely smoke? Massey is certain he’s telling the truth, and it scares the hell out of him.
Sutton’s not sure what to make of it, especially since Massey wasn’t completely forthright in divulging the circumstances. As a result, Sutton uses the opportunity to finally reward a dutiful officer.
Newly appointed detective Abigale Jenske or AJ, has risen from the ranks as bait in hooker sting operations with the NYPD, to the case brought by Massey to Sutton.
Partnered with a salty, flirting detective named Mac, the case soon turns into an imbroglio of epic proportions. While a complete psychopath with unlimited resources has bigger plans.