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At thirty-four, writer Beth Sheller is finally coming to terms with the wild mood swings which have plagued her adult life. All of her attention is around her profound personal transitions: She is considering a career shift and is spending less time in an underground club scene which she now finds tiring. It is this inward focus which prevents her from noticing events on her periphery. Events which don’t seem connected to her. Events that may soon draw her into a nightmare—a nightmare she could never have imagined.

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Beth

Beth

Beth

In her mid-thirties, Beth Sheller makes her living publishing erotic fiction for local, national, and internet publications. She was recently diagnosed with bipolar disorder, is in therapy, and is starting to think about making changes in her life and career.

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Ann

Ann

A reporter on the San Francisco Register’s local beat, Ann Sherwood has a sharp, analytical intellect and prides herself in being able to set aside bias and emotion when she is investigating cases.

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Susan

Susan

Tall, beautiful, and dressed to kill, when Susan Ferris walks into a room, heads turn. A professional dominatrix who works the City’s sex club scene, Susan loves her work.

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Penelope

Penelope

A local artist in her forties, Penelope draws inspiration from Jung in developing mixed media pieces drawn from contemporary and classical archetypes.

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The transference itself is a perfectly natural phenomenon which does not by any means happen only in the consulting room—it can be seen everywhere and may lead to all sorts of nonsense, like all unrecognized projections.

—C.G. Jung, The Psychology of the Transference

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