Mary lives alone. Her first home. Good friends. Good neighbors. Twenty five years old, independent, and ready to make her mark on the world.
But she’s terrified. A serial murderer preying on young women has the city gripped with fear. Her overprotective mother fuels Mary’s paranoia with her incessant, worrying phone calls. A broken window. Nightmares. Sleeping pills. As Mary struggles to rationalize her inner fears, one setback after another causes Mary to question whether she’s losing her mind or if it’s something more. If only she could see what we see.
Mary is blind. And she’s not alone.