A peaceful day of skiing for the family. The murder of a prominent judge's wife. A witness becomes the next target: thirteen-year-old Perry Flint.
Patrick, his wife Susanne, and their kids head to the mountains for a day of skiing. At the lodge, thirteen-year-old Perry is the sole eyewitness to the murder of a prominent judge's wife, only days before the first capital murder trial in the state of Wyoming since its reinstatement by the U.S. Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Susanne and Trish are gearing up to testify against ruthless killer Billy Kemecke at the trial, unless his criminal family can stop them first. With his family threatened from all sides, Patrick Flint will do anything to keep them safe.