Total darkness. The woman had no idea where she was or how she got there. She was afraid to open her eyes, afraid the light would cause more pain than she could handle. But she needn't have worried. No light could penetrate.
A woman's body found at the base of a cliff. No identification. Sheriff Dave Trask had no clue as to who she was or how she got there. And then, a month later, another woman goes over the cliff in the same location. Trask believes the two cases must be related but can find no link between the Jane Doe and the second woman, a park ranger who was very familiar with the area. And then her boyfriend, a drug dealer, disappears.
Trask is stumped and feels his only option is to push. Unfortunately, that option will put his wife and daughter in grave danger.