"There was absolutely nothing remarkable about Miss White at all, and that is exactly why the assassin chose her."
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When Thorne meets Miss White, he thinks very little of her beyond that she makes a convenient distraction--and Thorne is all about convenient distractions; He is the best assassin in town. When he learns he has unwittingly and indirectly put Miss White's life in danger, he does what he does best: Uses it to his advantage. He will resolve the threat against Miss White if she assists him with a particularly challenging mark. But each brief, unremarkable encounter with Miss White bonds Thorne a bit stronger every time.