Sara Mason’s dedication to solving missing person cold cases with love interest, Huxley Keane, includes accompanying him into the Vietnam jungle searching for his MIA brother’s remains. The search yields heartbreaking yet questionable fragments that await identification.
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Sara has purchased a home on the island of Kauai for use as an R&R stopover by veterans who make frequent trips between the U.S. Mainland and Vietnam. She learns that a little girl went missing ten years earlier on Kauai. Strangely, dogs perform a death wail when taken high on the cliffs. Accompanied by a neighbor’s retired forensic dog, Sara wants to learn why they howl mournfully in the forest.
Someone wants the missing child cold case to stay cold. Attempts are made on Sara’s life and continue as she investigates the girl’s disappearance. Sara is near death after her car is forced to roll off the road. Later, she is pushed over a rocky cliff. Dazed and alone at night on a narrow ledge, she discovers a frightful scene. The forensic dog leads Sara and the police to a second disgusting site that explodes the case wide open and exposes an elusive murderer’s motives, revenge and victims.