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While speaking at a Hong Kong medical conference, neurosurgeon Dr. Lucas McCrae slips the cloth off a cadaver's head during a routine medical demonstration and is overwhelmed with the shock by what's staring back at him: his best friend, Andy Baer. Stunned, McCrae races back to Seattle to discover that Andy is in fact missing and may have been murdered by a gang of body snatchers who operate a legit funeral business and make a fortune by selling recovered body parts to medical researchers. McCrae teams up with an unlikely pair--a beautiful but hardnosed female cop and a gang member whose family was victimized by the body parts ring--to try to expose a macabre web of corruption that involves law enforcement, politicians, funeral home curators, and murdered prostitutes.
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