When Mary tries to refinance the mortgage on the bookshop, her application is denied because of the large balance on her new credit card. But she hasn't opened a new account and certainly hasn't been on any spending spree. Mary is the victim of identity theft! Mary has to prove the credit card isn't hers, which means finding the person who stole her personal information. Who has access? The postal carrier who keeps redirecting mail to his own pockets? The nurse of the women's clinic where Mary applied to volunteer? Or the woman in charge of the matchmaking fund-raiser that Mary was persuaded to sign up for? As she races to clear her name, she realizes that the true identity of her identity theft could be the person she least suspects.