The nuns called her Eve when they found her lying unconscious in a field in Burgundy, France. She had no possessions apart from a Tangiers ferry ticket, not even her memory, though her accent suggested she was an American. The convent has been her home ever since, a simple, tranquil life. Then one night, while Eve is away, a dozen camouflaged men make their way through the convent, murdering the sisters in cold blood. Only Sister Heloise escapes.
When journalist Kevin Burns gets a call from former schoolmate Carl Greene, he's surprised. They weren't that close at school and the temperature cooled even more when Carl married Kevin's girl, Lucy. Carl, a scientist, sounds anxious and afraid. They arrange to meet at a baseball game in Denver but Carl never makes it. Someone kills him first. Soon after, Lucy surprises a masked figure prowling Carl's study. Whatever her husband was working on, a lot of people want to get their hands on it.
The daughter of a Florida drug runner, Alison Kerry lives from day to day, in seedy motels, surviving on cigarettes and the adrenaline rush of danger. Allie is a runner and her latest job should go down easy: easy pickup, easy payoff, easy money. But in a bar outside Seattle, everything goes horribly wrong.
She's looking for the truth in a place where there are no easy answers - only deadly secrets. The daughter of a Florida drug runner, Alison Kerry lives from day to day, in seedy motels, surviving on cigarettes, Wild Turkey, and the adrenaline rush of danger.
Meg Gardner has one of the choice jobs in Missoula, Montana, open to ex-cons. She's a repo lady, snagging cars back from deadbeat owners. Although dogged by bad memories and a glass half-empty attitude, Meg believes she can get her life together. A new boyfriend and a cozy cottage are helping her to do it, until she picks up a Jeep Cherokee belonging to a murdered man.