The murder of an admissions board member for a prestigious prep school is connected to the expulsion of a subway worker's son. But a false confession and a school cover-up make prosecuting the responsible parties difficult.
Evidence indicates that the death, in police custody, of an autistic teenager was the result of longstanding abuse. Suspicion falls on the treatment center where he lived and on its therapist, Dr. Colter.
The investigation into a police officer's death uncovers 30-year-old accusations of molestation by a Catholic priest. Detective Logan takes a personal interest in the case because of his relationships with both parties.
A businessman is accused of killing the psychiatrist who diagnosed his daughter with multiple personality disorder. McCoy suspects that the psychiatrist may have uncovered a repressed memory involving her mother's possible murder.
A gay city councilman is murdered. The prime suspect is a conservative rival he may have double-crossed. The investigation also sets off a series of events that could cost Logan his detective position.