|| Alison Malville is having trouble sleeping at night. It's the ants, swarming over her, filling her ears, her nostrils, making it impossible to breathe... Even when she wakes from this recurring nightmare—sweaty and panting, her heart pounding—the fear remains.Of course, it's not really the ants. It's not even the "spitting devil" her son uses as his excuse when dishes are broken or when the juice carton has once again been returned to the fridge empty. No, it's her husband who's driving her mad. She's convinced he's a serial killer.All the victims look a lot like Alison. And from what she reads in the paper, they all seem to be wearing an article of her clothing. But how do you ask the father of your child if he's been slipping away at night to prey on the young women of Duluth?In this chilling short from master of psychological suspense Brian Freeman, Detective Jonathan Stride returns to track down a diabolical killer.