Sophie Baines, Dorn's second at the trial of Wombosi, is kidnapped. Her driver is killed. New evidence she had dug up is challenged. Only she knows where the evidence came from. Dorn's investigative team has been disbanded. He puts together a new team to find Sophie.
A killer who escaped justice on a technicality has moved close to the Hague and started killing people. Marco who investigated the original case is incensed, but then the case takes a strange turn when the killer is murdered.
A doctor on honeymoon in the tropics of Croatia is a Good Samaritan and in doing so, is exposed to deadly Chari Longone Virus (CLV), a close contacts with fluids disease. The CL team has a quarantine arranged, but they stumble into a Kozan kidnapping of a British National child. Mom is frantic and Dad is determined to get his son back--without the police--and Dad does not know he has been exposed to CLV.
Polonium 210 is stolen from a British nuclear plant. An elderly former colleague of Dorn joins the investigation. He provides useful expertise, but clashes with Carine regarding the direction the investigation should take.
A journalist reaches out to Dorn with an important discovery but adversaries assure her story never sees the light of day. Team investigators retrace her story of international importance which holds thousands of lives at stake.
A noted scientist/water specialist is tasked a report whether it was in the best interest for the government to allow a river to be moved, environmental impact and eminent domain, notwithstanding. The scientist is found dead; his wife, had been on Skype or Face Time with him at the time and she called the Zagreb police. Soon, two other individuals involved with the water project are dead and the CL team is investigating.
Legia Lubin is a Polish soccer team (what many Europeans call "football") purchased by Arshad, a Malaysian. The soccer team is multi-racial; there are players from Mali, Poland, etc., on the team. A pipe bomb is placed in one of the Mali players' lockers, killing two and injuring six. CL gets the case; they try to decide if a pipe bomb in a black player's locker is terrorism, as the government believes, or a hate crime by the Legia Ultras as the owner alleges. Or is there another agenda?