A gunshot in the night ripped away everything Sara ever wanted, and she ran from that sound and the pain it caused. She hid behind a new identity and a new life, but pain has a way of finding you no matter how hard you run or how well you hide.
It starts with a letter tucked in her box – no return address, no stamp and no markings other than her name – but it is just the first of many. The envelops come and inside they hold the realization that someone is watching her.
The letters force Sara to face her past and to uncover the past of the man she watched die. Facing that past reveals that THEY are watching and they may have been watching all along.
“Sometimes the only way to have a future is to turn around and stand up to the past.”