In the fall of 1997, a quiet college town in central Illinois became the scene of the most horrific killing spree in American history. The murders stopped as abruptly as they began; no arrests were ever made. Three years later, the killers are still running. They roam the country, picking up work as day laborers and changing their names in every town, staying only as long as it takes to find the next deserving victim and then moving on. Two of them are having the time of their lives. The other fears she’s losing her mind when the exhaustion of life on the road takes its toll and she begins snapping out of hallucinations to find herself in the middle of killing people she doesn’t know, for reasons she can’t remember. Sometimes getting away with murder isn’t everything.