Jane Doe is hiding in plain sight. Her entire life is everybody’s business. Everybody wants to know where the stolen bank money is hidden. They think she knows where it is, but she does not. She was convicted fifteen years ago of a bank robbery she did not commit. She has avoided society ever since, Now, she is charged with being the accomplice in another bank robbery, one committed by her husband who abandoned her fifteen years ago. By law she cannot say anything about him. Now she is in jail. How can she get free?
Detective Lieutenant William Arthur is watching Jane Doe. He meets her in a saloon where she works as a bartender, but she will not have anything to do with him because he is a police officer. Why is she so afraid of him? Then he has to arrest her for being an accomplice to a bank robbery. And pays her bail to get her out of jail. What does he intend for Jane?
Their future is in play.