News of what Rebecca did, not only to Trent but to others as divulged in that courtroom testimony among other venues, has gone viral, she being coined the rooftop killer who, stated on various Internet sites, should remain locked up for all her bad deeds. As such, Rebecca, who has been trolling the comments section of such sites, feels that she can no longer face the world and has become agoraphobic, unable or unwilling to leave her house, even for things that she would normally go out of her way to do for fun. The fact that Rebecca's house was once the site of a series of gruesome murders comes into play in what Rebecca decides to do, that decision which is enabled especially by Valencia for her own reasons. Meanwhile, Nathaniel has finally returned to work after an extended absence to find that his father has been in the office several times, and has made the unilateral decision to institute the firm's "silent partner", Bert, as the managing partner in the absence of any of the ...
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