Accused of the murder of his wife in 1995, Matt Kirkland made a daring escape from Louisiana justice. Now, new evidence leads him back to the Big Easy where he teams up with an assistant district attorney and a beautiful FBI agent in a race against the oncoming fury of a hurricane that ultimately metes out the justice the legal system failed to dispense.
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