Drowned young Asian girls start washing up onto a San Francisco beach and City District Attorney Investigator Mary Disa is determined to discover the truth behind their tragic deaths and bring those responsible to justice. Her ruthless investigation reveals ugly truths and sends her into the deep dark world of domestic and international sex slave trafficking and the sad epithet of literally millions of young incent girls around the world. It also draws the attention of the 'Justice Foundation' who accepts the challenge and sends their operations team, led by former U.S. Navy Seal Commander Ian O'Farrell, from the Bay Area to Thailand and the Hong Kong. Their unrelenting search and destroy mission then turns south to Mexico and Guatemala and eventually to the jungles of Northeast Nigeria. At each stop they leave behind an indelible and explosive impression on the diabolical men and women who profit and engage in the sex slave business and liberate incent young victims to pursue their 'fun-dee', the Thai word for 'dreams'.