PAUL: THE MISSION

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The story of Paul Garrett continues in this, the finale of PAUL RELOADED.

Defense attorney extraordinaire, Paul is called before prosecutors over the massacre of a Mexican drug dealer and fourteen of his guards. Combining his professional skills with his cunning personality, Garrett knows how to handle himself in a roomful of Feds, quite a feat for a former alcoholic, heavy drug user, and a dude with a serious mental disorder.

Garrett owns Quantum Leap Security and Investigations, a worldwide, multi-billion dollar business which provides home, personal and corporate security and performs investigative work. Garrett creates a small group within QL to investigate a list of names on a hard drive found in taking down the Mexican drug dealer. When he assigns a trio of hackers to begin looking into two of the names, QL is targeted for retaliation, old enemies resurface, and Paul's secret mission is revealed.

Paul's recovery from a self-destructive past hangs in the balance. He has to decide whether to continue to function as the Rainmaker in his law firm, in the process subjecting himself to the media's spotlight and a lifestyle that triggers life-threatening habits and memories of an appalling obsession, or to find the courage to change, redefine himself and figure out how he wants to live his life. Those who know and love him attempt to intercede, but ultimately Garrett must reckon with how to win...by losing.

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