Connie Meston reports a murder at her ranch that gets the attention of the Texas Rangers. Talking to her dad, Jase learns about a love interest, Brady. The case seems to be an open and shut robbery that went awry. It doesn’t take long though, for Jase to see that all the clues, and motive don’t match up.
Circumstantial evidence is enough to hold Jose Morales for the charges for now. Detailed investigation of the stories of the players raise flags of doubt for the rangers. Comopelling evidence places Morales at the scene, but his reason for the crime is thin. What about Brady? Will anything be forthcoming when Jase questions his mom?
The local law continues to build their case against Morales, and aren’t considering any other suspects. Meanwhile, Jase builds a trap to filter out the lies, and catch a killer. Will his plan work, or will the killer keep weaving a convincing web of lies? Will the killer be smart enough to fool the forensics lab? Maybe, or maybe not, but the pressure is on, and the killer might lose their nerve before Jase is finished with the case.