At a time when prostitution is moving off the streets and on to smartphones, hidden in the pocket of any man with access to the right app, Heder - a law firm named for the Swedish word for "honour" - is needed more than ever. Acting as a voice for victims of sex crimes, speaking out from the shadows of patriarchal dominance, the lawyers of Heder have become a sensation, both in the courtroom and in the media - much to the irritation of men that have long profited from the abuses of the sex industry. Dick pics and vulgar, threatening messages are all part of life at the Honour office, but they are more than used to it by now. But the threats start to become darker and suddenly feel very real when one day a journalist they have been cooperating with on uncovering a potential sex scandal is murdered. Suddenly terrified for their lives, the four women have to face up to their dark past and find a way to deal with what they have done, before their secret is revealed and their careers ended. But as they investigate further both the murder and the sex scandal that their informant had been working on, they come to an unlikely and uneasy conclusion - they will have to defend the journalist’s killer in order to get to the bottom of this case. All of a sudden it is Heder’s own Honour that is on the line..