Jane Doe: Vanishing Act
She has dinner in the oven, her daughter’s cheerleading practice to attend, and a country to save. Introducing one of the most exciting—and unlikely—heroines in espionage adventure…
In peaceful Semi Valley, Cathy Davis (Lea Thompson, Back to the Future) lives a normal life. A professional puzzle maker she has a comfortable home, two teenage children, and a devoted husband, Jack (William R. Moses Navy NCIS). But Cathy is full of surprises. Her routine trip to the market for groceries has been impeded by NSA Bureau Chief, Frank Darnell (Joe Penny, Jake and the Fatman), who’s now urging one of his smartest agents to come back to the fold after eighteen years. It’s a national security emergency. The software outlining a top secret communication satellite has been stolen. In the wrong hands anyone could break through the firewalls and penetrate the country’s defense systems. Cathy’s been assured that the assignment is safe—the whereabouts of the missing computer data is merely a case of mental gymnastics, though one only she can unravel. But she’s experienced enough to know that nothing is that simple. Adopting the code name, Jane Doe, wife and mother, Cathy Davis is back in business.
The only thing anyone knows is that Intertech’s computer whiz, Miles Crandall (Emmy nominee Aaron Lusting, The Day After Tomorrow), and his invaluable information has disappeared in mid-air during a top-secret rendezvous aboard a turboprop plane. The only witnesses are the pilot, Lloyd McMasters (John Mese, From the Earth to the Moon), recovering from a blow to the head, and a shady figure known only as, who rented the aircraft. If either man knows anything, they aren’t talking. Hartman has been killed, and now McMasters has vanished as well. When Cathy learns that McMasters was once a member of the CIA Special Ops, she not only wonders how far this conspiracy reaches but whom she can trust. As her investigation deepens, so to does the web of deceit, betrayal, and murder. Because if there’s one thing more dangerous than what Cathy’s tailing—it’s what’s tailing her.
Buckle up. Suburban mom-turned-female-James-Bond, Jane Doe delivers high-flying adventure, high-octane suspense, and a high-class action heroine for our times.
- Lea Thompson
- Joe Penny
- William R. Moses
- Jessy Schram
- Zack Shada
- Jimmy Bridges
- John Dybdahl