When his sister vanishes on her way to school one morning her Brother, Henry Russell, a detective in the Santa Monica Police, dedicates himself to the task of looking for her and other missing persons, and becomes renowned as such. Although fiveMoreWhen his sister vanishes on her way to school one morning her Brother, Henry Russell, a detective in the Santa Monica Police, dedicates himself to the task of looking for her and other missing persons, and becomes renowned as such.
Although five years had elapsed since Amy had vanished without leaving any trace, he never gives up hope of someday finding her.He retires from the police to open his own detective agency after being offered a contract from the FBI to search for missing persons. On his last day at the job, as had been his custom for the past five years, he searches various police departments computers for live or dead Jane Does, the term used to name an unidentified woman, and nearly faints when Amys face appears on the screen--five years older, but definitely that of his sister.Henry calls a detective friend of his at the Bakersfield Police and asks him for details on this Jane Doe.
He finds that she was discovered in a trailer of a large truck--nearly dead from loss of blood caused by an amputated hand, about five months pregnant, and suffering from total amnesia. Henry drives over quickly and verifies that the woman is indeed his sister.Amy does not recognize Henry at first, but when she does she tells him what had happened to her once she was kidnapped. It is a horrific story, as she was kept literally caged for five years and served as a breeding mare together with other young women, for what she was sure was a high priced adoption agency.She was finally able to escape by hacking off her cuffed hand after finding an ax to do it with.Using some of Amys descriptions and details about the breeding farm, Henry and the crew he assembles manage to trace the kidnappers location and their identities, and rescue all the women involved in the reprehensible operation.