In this captivating debut novel, author Mack Guinness introduces his character, Cleveland Jones. Everybody calls him Mr. J. He is a Army Veteran that opened a homeless shelter after Hurricane Katrina. The bank is going to foreclose on the shelter property if Mr. J doesn't find a way to get some cash fast. Mr. J's world gets even more complicated when a friend's sons are brutally murdered on Superbowl Sunday and he becomes the number one suspect. To clear his name he has to survive on the dark side of New Orleans that is ruled by drug dealers, dope fiends and crooked cops. Will Mr.J be able to find the real killer in time to save himself and the homeless shelter that he founded? The odds are against him. Its hard to get to the truth when nobody is talking. Loose lips sink ships. Things aren't so easy in the Big Easy.