I thought this was interesting. It centers around two things that I haven't seen much about—investigation for judicial conduct and law matters on Native American land. In this book corrupt leaders in a Native American tribe and a dirty judge are connected in a huge scam. Lacy is not used to a case of this magnitude. She's handled cases of sexual harassment, drinking on the job, etc., but this case has murders and huge sums of money. It's a case for the FBI, but by the time she finds out how deadly matters are, she's in too deep. It has plenty of twists and turns that kept me connected to the story.