First to give the character a little bit of context: The story is set thirty years in the future and revolves around a new drug enhancement that boosts human sensory input to the point of creating near super human soldiers. The drug primarily affects the frontal, occipital, and temporal lobes in the brain, elevating sight and sound, as well as increasing that particular person's speed at processing information. The drug was originally designed as a bio weapon to be used by the military, but it was quickly discovered that it was too potent to be used on humans. Soldiers began experiencing dangerous auditory and visual hallucinations, became paranoid and a threat to their fellow soldier. After a hushed massacre happened on one of the US bases, the drug was immediately shelved. It was only then scientists realized that the soldier's brains had become fully dependent on the enhancements, and as a result all test subjects slowly lost mental capacity until they were reduced to a state of vegetation. One such soldier was the daughter of Dr. Johnathon Malone, a biochemical engineer who helped design the drug and was the only member who strongly opposed using it. His daughter was made a test subject to prove a point, but that point back fired. After she became brain dead, Malone redesigned the drug, planning to create a gaseous version that he could weaponize for the sake of revenge. But, in the process, he accidentally poisoned a woman that lived in his apartment complex who happened to look a lot like his daughter. The woman's name was Charity Lynch. From there he changed his tactics, instead focusing on releasing the drug on certain individuals and forcing them to join his "army." He convinced these people that they were actually some class of "superhuman," and their "powers" were a gift to be used to defeat evil. He formed a group of assassins that began murdering Malone's previous team of scientists. The novel follows two stories: that of Detective Milo Woodington (Woody) and that of Charity Lynch (Cherry). It begins with Charity killing her first and only mark, who turns out to be an innocent man. Woody's story (written in third) moves forward from there, putting together clues as Charity is held in prison slowly loosing her grip on reality. Charity's story (written in first) moves forward from her first encounter with Dr. Malone, before she has been affected by the drug. In the end, Charity forces Milo to kill her. Milo is unable to produce the evidence to convict Malone, and after discovering the drug, gives some to the nearly comatose Charity, hoping she will do what he can not: kill Malone. She does. At the scene of the crime she begs Milo to kill her, says he has no choice now that he's let her murder two supposedly innocent men, and he will be regarded as a hero if he ends her life. He refuses, so Charity instead aims her gun at Milo's partner. Just before she pulls the trigger, Milo shoots her. My question is this: Would you see it coming? With the name "Charity Lynch," am I giving too much away, or is it subtle enough that it would be completely overlooked? I feel like I've become too attached to the name and may not even realize the kind of affect it might have on the reader.