Troy Sowers doesn’t have much experience on the ground – he only graduated from the FBI Academy about eight weeks ago. But, when he gets the call that a two-day-old infant named Stewart Rembert has been kidnapped, he sets out to solve his first major case. And by the end of that day back in 1997, he has the little one safe in his arms – a happy ending for both the new FBI agent and the distraught family. But who could have foretold back then that their paths would cross again more than 20 years later?
Fast-forward 22 years, and Sowers has spent his career climbing the ladder with the FBI. He became the field officer in charge of the bureau’s Knoxville office. Through it all, though, one case has always stayed with him – that baby boy he found by a dumpster one fateful day in 1997.