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Jill is apartment sitting for a friend when a domestic disturbance awakes her in the night. In the days that follow, she suspects a neighbor of criminal activity. Uncertain of her involvement as either a busy body with an over-active imagination or a concerned citizen who needs to take action, Jill doesn't realize she has the one clue that will save lives. Can she discover it in time?
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