Friday, June 17, 2011

Clare O'Donohue's "Missing Persons," the movie

Now showing at My Book, The Movie: Missing Persons by Clare O'Donohue.

The entry begins:
In Missing Persons, I introduce Kate Conway, a 37-year-old freelance television producer whose about-to-be-ex-husband has died under suspicious circumstances. Kate is left with a pile of secrets, her crazy in-laws, and her husband's girlfriend, Vera, who wants to be friends. And as much as Kate would love to fall apart, she has bills to pay. In order to keep a roof over her head, Kate is willing to compromise her ethics to do her job. (In this case exploiting the family of a missing girl for a true crime show). Her sarcasm and her stubborness keep her on her feet even when things become creepy and threatening. I could see Jennifer Garner in her role, because I think Garner can be tough and girl-next-door. She's very attractive but not glamorous and, I'm just guessing, but she looks like she could handle a dirty joke or a dead mouse, but would...[read on]
Learn more about the book and author at Clare O'Donohue's website and blog.

Read about the crime novel O'Donohue would most like to have written.

The Page 69 Test: Missing Persons.

My Book, The Movie: Missing Persons.

--Marshal Zeringue