In this near-future noir, the world is a much-changed place. Inflation is rising, there are massive labor strikes, and an increasingly militarized police state is forming with its most essential industries being contracted out to private companies.
Amidst this chaotic world we meet Hank Mitchum, a drifter and veteran of the wars in the Middle East who has come back home to Reno, NV after his mother's passing. After running from the past for such a long time it finally catches up with him in the form of a fellow veteran who works for the private security firm All States Protection & Surveillance. Contracted for a seemingly simple job, troubles thicken for Hank
when a skirmish he involves himself in causes a young homeless woman to go missing.
As the world falls apart piece by piece, can Hank keep it together long enough to right the things which have gone wrong?
Includes Part 1 of Getting Back To Normal:
Raccoon is a survivor, a man who has lived on the street for most of his life. Wild in his eyes, wilder in his ways, he's seen the end of the pipe and the end of the line, and has crossed over both to live another day. But this is a story about dying, and when Raccoon finds the dead body of a young man, he takes it as his duty to find out who murdered him and why. Pretty quickly we learn there is no getting back to normal.