"Moving on, not exactly my specialty."
Irish-American detective Kevin Corcoran struggles to walk a straight line in New York City’s notoriously crooked Five Points neighborhood. Desperate to learn the truth about his wife’s disappearance and their daughter’s murder, he dedicates himself to seeking justice for the powerless and overlooked. Corcoran shares a secret from the battlefield with Robert Morehouse and Doctor Matthew Freeman that inextricably links their lives together. As he did in the Union Army, Corcoran proves intelligent, valiant and tenacious – stopping at nothing to bring those responsible to justice.
About Tom Weston-Jones
Tom Weston-Jones was born in Burton-Upon-Trent, England, and grew up in Dubai. After graduating from the University of London with a degree in drama and theatre, Weston-Jones trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School where he performed in productions of "The Good Companions," "The Country Wife," "Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me," and "Translations." He got his first break when he was cast in the role of Adam in director Ed Hall’s theatre production of "Enlightenment." Weston-Jones’ other credits include his portrayal of a Russian Security Service Officer in the BBC television series "MI-5," and in the role of Merthin in the mini-series, "World Without End." Weston-Jones calls London, England home.