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There are approximately 160 million women living in America. This is a tale of just one single woman. As the story unfolds, Linda little by little learns that a lot of people do are worthy of to pass away, but that she is not one of those people. Linda Darby is a seven-year divorcee, living silently in a small let-the-world-go-by beach town on the coastline of Oregon, who day trades for a full time income. Her only close friend is a widowed seniors woman who handles a small consulting company, which, as is later found out, never has tourists, sends and obtains its business correspondence only by courier, and it is not listed in virtually any phone directory. No one in town recognizes the type of consulting the company does, however the rumor is the fact whatever they do is done for the government. Linda doesn't date local men. When her celibacy grows intolerable, she trips nearby towns to frequent the watering openings of successful men. Her motto: No connections. No second schedules. No use of her real name during one-night stands. Then one evening, Linda applies to a walk, and nothing for her is ever the same. She actually is dragged into an alley by two men, but preserved by a third, a stranger who disappears as instantly as he appeared. The next day, she finds out both men in the alley have been killed, the town's first murders ever. The following day, she learns that time before she have been dragged into the alley, her close friend was tortured and killed. The next nighttime, she awakens a long time after going to bed to discover a man sitting down in her bedroom, observing her. In the times that follow, occurrences stretching completely to the nation's capital change who Linda is, what she thinks, and how she will live the others of her life.