Synopsis of Sierra Girls
Follow Gabriel Quinn as he hunts for the serial rapist who kidnapped his daughter.
When budding computer programmer Michelle Quinn disappears from her quiet Santa Cruz neighborhood, the police find no evidence of her kidnapper and seem to give up almost immediately. Her father Gabriel, a private charter pilot, believes Michelle is still alive, but he knows that her time is short. Unwilling to sit idly by and wait for the police to solve the crime, Gabriel sets out to find his daughter himself.
A handful of friends close to the Quinn family join Gabriel, including Michelle's godfather Matthias, a Russian Orthodox monk, and newspaper reporter Lisa Miller. They believe Michelle's kidnapping is related to the three unsolved disappearances in the Sierra Nevada mountains the previous year. When Gabriel himself becomes a suspect in the police investigation, he and his friends press forward with abandon, taking the law into their own hands as they desperately search for any clue pointing to Michelle's kidnapper.
Meanwhile, Michelle finds herself trapped in a broken down house in the mountains, surrounded by razor wire. At first, her kidnapper, Roper Lund, does not show himself, and Michelle struggles to clear her mind from the sleeping drugs he gave her. Gradually she remembers how he tricked her into getting into his car, and she understands that she is in mortal danger. She has no idea whether her father or the police are searching for her, or if they even know that Lund kidnapped her. Michelle decides that her only hope is to rescue herself. So she sets out on her own desperate adventure to find a way out of Lund's custom-made prison for little girls.