Five years after a pandemic ravaged the northeast, the small New Hampshire town of Dana seems prized for a comeback. The ski resorts are opening back up, the police force is stable, and longtime residents are rebuilding their lives, it all seem to be pointing the town in the right direction. But the restrictions of reconstruction, accompanied by the poverty it brought with it, have combined to bring a resurgence in the drug trade. The very thing that helped cripple the region in the first place.
Former Olympic snowboarder, and new sheriff, Cole Erickson knows the struggle all too well. He grew up in the town, fought for it during the pandemic, and lost too many people in the process. He holds a secret that could blow the lid off the government's well placed lies, he just needs the perfect time to revel it.
Lizbeth Williams is a survivor. She was one of the few who stayed in Dana, while her husband fought alongside Cole in the last wave of the pandemic, nearly losing his life. Like many who faced the infected and lived, Lucas Williams was forever changed. He makes a deal to ensure his own survival, and Lizbeth is just in the way.
When Lizbeth disappears it sets the stage for the final battle to save Dana, and bring an end to the conspiracy that could very well cripple the nation.