A troubled federal agent with a bloody past struggles to suppress her demons while being taunted by a serial killer. A near death experience threatens to unleash her madness and put her on a collision course with her own FBI team and her nemesis. After a lifetime of being abused and left for dead, will the killer inside finally rise?
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