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Checkout the trailer for Steven Spielberg’s new movie ‘The Post’. Starring Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks, the thriller is already being tipped for awards.
This Is How It Happened by Paula Stokes “A sobering exploration of absolution. (Fiction. 12-16)” A terrible accident shatters
Director: Nathan Bender from 6 Brothers Pictures Cast: Bozzy (Corey Neville ) Sam (Ernie Crowther) and Mob Boss Saretti (Vincenzo
KL: I have already started another project that is- so far- a mystery/suspense novel. There are elements of love in it because
The Obamas host a Halloween event at the White House. During the event, Michael Jackson's "Thriller" is playing in the background.
When Leonora (known to some as Lee and some as Nora) is invited to a bachelorette party at a remote glass house in the woods
"It has blown his mind that so many people like him!" his proud mother said.
Enrique Castillo is celebrating his new published book: The Dead of Summer during National Hispanic Heritage month. Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated between September 15th through October 15th - a period where contributions of Chicano, Hispanic and Latino Americans to the group's culture is recognized.
After the death of his estranged father, a young man travels to a strange countryside town to take care of the funeral arrangements. With his own life in shambles, he decides to stay but finds the village people less than welcoming. Their odd behavior and the things his father left behind, leads him on a dangerous path to a truth that might be better left buried.
I generally write about science, but this does not mean that I am only interested in science! I adore to write creatively, too, and I find that the best teachers of creative writing are accomplished authors, both past and modern.
Do you ever wonder this? Have you ever asked yourself in the middle of the night, as you turn to look at your husband or wife in bed next to you, "Do I know everything I should about this person?"? This is exactly what makes the "marriage thriller" the hottest, compulsively readable genre right now. It's the page-turning thriller that hits closest to home--both figuratively and literally--and is the most unsettling because of this.
And kill a reader's interest, too. While the story is hypermodern in subject matter, it feels decidedly old-school in its
As you sit in the theater you feel the dust from the prairies, smell the stench of the cattle and expect tumbleweed to roll down the aisles.
Either way, it's hard to lose that nagging feeling that this good film could have been great. Besides silencing and killing
After the death of his estranged father, a young man travels to a strange countryside town to take care of the funeral arrangements. With his own life in shambles, he decides to stay but finds the village people less than welcoming. Their odd behavior and the things his father left behind, leads him on a dangerous path to a truth that might be better left buried.