The gun industry has finally managed to justify the existence of firearms in mainstream America...by making assassination legal. And of course there is an assassins guild and guidelines and an assassins etiquette that should be followed. Now, Doyle and Abby don't really have a lot of respect for any of that, until they find themselves broke, unable to land high paying kills, and beholden to the National Assassins Committee to even stay in good favor with anyone. The last thing they need is for their first NAC hit to go wrong, but when it ends up being Doyle's ex-girlfriend, all hell breaks loose. This is an absurd look at an increasingly vicious society, but its also the touching tale of two people brought close together by gun violence.
It's just an average day for a hitman who's short on cash, until his agent makes an important call. Doyle Harrington and his partner Abby finally get to interview with the federally funded National Assassin's Commission... and it's all downhill from there. When a wager to double his profits backfires, Doyle becomes the bounty, not the hunter.