Death Of A Blue Movie Star (Rune, #2) by Jeffery DeaverFrom the bestselling author of the Bone Collector novels, soon to be an NBC series
Twenty-one-year-old Rune is an aspiring filmmaker, but so far her only break has been scoring a job as an underpaid production assistant in Manhattan. Still, shes always on the lookout for the perfect topic for her own film--and she thinks shes found it when she witnesses the bombing of a triple-X movie theater in Times Square. Runes got a great hook for her documentary: She plans to film it through the eyes of Shelly Lowe, the porn star whose movie was playing at the theater when it exploded. But just hours after Rune films a poignant Shelly reflecting on her dreams of becoming a serious actress, a second bomb silences the beautiful film star forever. Was Shelly in the wrong place at the wrong time--or was she the bombers target all along? Rune vows to find out the truth behind the death of this blue movie star. But as she struggles to finish shooting her film, Runes labor of love may be her final masterpiece--as a shooting of a more lethal kind threatens to write an ending to this story that no one wants to see. . . .
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Not a high-powered thriller with goofy special effects, but a story about people and hazards and treasure and love, in which every single thing that everybody does is physically possible for people to really do except that they can apparently hold their breath indefinitely. The movie is written, acted and directed as a story, not as an exercise in mindless kinetic energy. Paul Walker and Jessica Alba star, as Jared and Sam, lovers who live on a leaky boat in the Bahamas and search for buried treasure. They haven't found much, but they have their love to keep them warm. Tied up at a nearby dock is the larger and more powerful boat of Bates Josh Brolin , who has money and success and wants to hire Jared, but there's something creepy about him. Jared's friend Bryce Scott Caan flies in from the mainland with a girlfriend named Amanda Ashley Scott he says he picked up the night before.
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According to the Guardian, hospitals in Khartoum have also reported 70 cases of rape following the attack on protesters. However, protesters said their demonstrations will continue until the transitional military council hands over power to a civilian government. I saw that it was being shared within the Sudanese community calling all Instagram users to change their DPs to that shade of blue in an effort to paint Sudan blue. His WhatsApp and Instagram profile photos were the same shade of blue. BuzzFeed News has reached out to the internet user who appears to have started the campaign. However, we have heard nothing back — possibly due to the blackout.
Imagine the town in " The Last Picture Show " after 30 more years of shrinking and loneliness, and you'd have the town in "Desert Blue. Baxter, Calif. At the time of his suicide, the father was working on a water park, but then the Empire Cola company grabbed all the water, and now the park is just a shabby relic of water slides, picnic tables and rowboats with no place to float. Into this town one day comes a professor of roadside culture John Heard , who wants to research the ice cream cone. A truck overturns outside town, spilling the secret ingredient of Empire Cola or whatever it is they really manufacture in that sinister plant outside town , and the authorities throw up roadblocks.