In a not-so-distant future, advances in neurological science and artificial intelligence gives birth to a new technology by which it is possible to scan and interpret thoughts of the human mind. The procedure is soon discovered to wreak havoc on the minds of test subjects, rendering them severely demented or insane. Clinical trials are quickly ended, and the technology is put on hold until legislators permit law enforcement to use it on recently deceased victims of crime. By retrieving their last fading memories, detectives can find details vital to a case, often realizing the identity of the perpetrator right at the crime scene. The process, dubbed “Invasive Recall”, is adopted by specially trained units who’s detectives go by the nickname “Mind Readers”. Recall detectives John Landon and Rachel Hapley only know each other by reputation. Landon is a rookie detective for the city police; Rachel is working for a tech savvy, well funded privatized organization. Landon is investigating the murder of a prominent scientists while Rachel is working on a set of mysterious disappearances. Little do they know that their paths are about to cross, and that they soon will face a vastly more sinister truth than the everyday crime and corruption of the city.