A Chicago crime family approaches the Justice Department with an unusual proposition: they want to turn state's evidence against the Chicago Mob, but they do not want any special deal in the process. Wondering what their ulterior motive might be, the Justice Department, nevertheless, makes the deal. The Grimaldi family is hidden in a secret government installation, their deaths are faked, and great care is taken in acquiring their testimonies. During the family's sequestration, the government prosecutors make a startling discovery: the Grimaldis are not the crime family that they assumed they were. Instead, the Grimaldis are a newly formed Christian family. Some federal agents actually come to Christ as a result of their exposure to the Grimaldis. The reader learns of the Grimaldis' conversion by way of the Don's conversation with the chief prosecutor. Later, in the first trial Enrico Grimaldi (the Don) repeats his faith story in detail. Then, in a series of vicious assaults on the jury, Mafia bad guys try to stop the trial altogether. In the process the Chicago Mob gets dismantled, one of the Grimaldi boys is murdered, and the sons and the father return to Area 51 grieving their loss. Christ then provides the Grimaldis with a new and exciting life. C.T. King is a semi-retired security specialist and a graduate of Loyola University. Coming to Christ late in life at the age of fifty-seven, C.T. experienced the restorative power of Christ first hand. It was that experience which transformed his life and which led him to begin a special ministry. For the past three years, C.T. King has focused his writing efforts in showcasing Christ's power to redeem, restore, and rebuild lost lives. This novel is the result of his ministry.