Jane Doe woke up in the woods, her hands tied,
with no memory of who she was or how she got there. Special Agent James Anderson of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
knew this was not going to be an ordinary case.
The case was hard enough
already. Then it got worse: another woman disappeared from the town where Jane was found. Then it began to appear that the
solution to the mystery of what happened to Jane Doe was related to a case from Anderson's past, a case that still haunted
him five years later.