Trapper's Glen is the kind of place you won't find on a map, and the residents like it that way.
When Ainsley "Lee" Shepherd reluctantly takes a room at the local lodge after his car dies, he meets a colorful cast of characters who want nothing more than for him to leave. But Lee is on a mission to find his troubled runaway daughter, Emily, and something about his arrival in Trapper's Glen makes him think it was less than accidental.
Lee isn't one to believe in spirits or even superstition, but he soon finds himself relying on both to find Emily and unlock the dark secrets that haunt the tiny town nestled in the pines at the edge of the Willamette forest.
Are the coyotes an omen? What secrets does the river hold? Can a man lose his soul if he can't even find himself?
Maybe the old man in the cabin can help, or maybe he can't. But one thing's for sure, there are awful truths to be found in Trapper's Glen, truths that most men don't want to face.