Hello all! My current WIP is a first-person NA fantasy. It's told from the perspective of a 20-something girl who has just become queen of her country. She struggles through relationship issues, family issues, and attacks on her life. But the problem I'm having is that the conflict in my story is very complex. There are people who are trying to use my MC to benefit themselves, and those who are trying to kill her. I have one character trying to use her, but his friend doesn't believe it will work and thinks MC should be killed instead. So friend goes to another character and explains the problem, thus convincing this character that MC should be killed. So then that character goes to MC's new mentor and instructs her to kill MC. So the mentor throws up a lot of roadblocks in MC's path and sets people on her to kill her and blah blah blah. So! I'm not really sure how to handle this. Would the story be more suspenseful if I didn't give details on who was trying to kill her? Then my MC would be completely in the dark, trying to figure out who's trying to hurt her, but failing to put the pieces together until the end (but actually the MC blames the wrong person, something the reader won't know). I plan to reveal all the fine details later, in a sequel. Or would the story benefit from being written in third-person and switching from character to character? Then I could write from the several perspectives and inform the reader of the deceit as it's happening in the story. What do you think?