Helsinki, a snowy winter: A Finnish father loses his daughter when his wife falls under the influence of a militant feminist group and kidnaps their three-year-old child. After a month's disappearance, the father snatches his daughter back and begins a two year run from the government, the police force and a powerful feminist group. TK Jussila writes about his own true life drama that took him from Lapland, Stockholm, Madrid, Managua, Tangiers, Singapore, Tokyo, Taipei, and Seoul to Nicaragua and the Philippines. Along the way, Interpol is brought in, Finnish district courts fabricate undocumented evidence against him. Here is a battle of individual morality against a Nordic feminist-leaning political machine. It's the story of the relationship between a loving father and his daughter, his conscience and his heart and the role of men in today's feminist Northern Europe. TK Jussila reveals societal and familial corruption that goes all the way to the top. The book is eye-opening and a fascinating read.