Thursday, March 05, 2009

Jacqueline Fullerton’s “Piercing the Veil,” the movie

Now showing at My Book, The Movie: Piercing the Veil by Jacqueline Fullerton.

The entry begins:
Piercing the Veil is a light murder mystery that introduces the unlikely duo of Anne Marshall, a part time court reporter and part time law student, and her dearly departed father’s ghost. As the novel unfolds, Anne and her father work together to bring a murderer to justice and stop a despicable businessman from bilking his wife out of millions.

Piercing the Veil is the first in a series of novels that will feature Anne Marshall. I think that every author probably has an image of the characters as the book unfolds. And of course, most authors – myself included – picture the books as the perfect mini-series.

If Piercing the Veil were to be made into a movie, here are some of my ideas for what I think would be the perfect cast.

Piercing the Veil is set in a sleepy Midwest college town. Picture Oxford, Ohio, the home of Miami University. Okay, if you can’t picture it because you’ve never been there, think of gently rolling hills, tree lined streets, and well maintained Victorian homes surrounding a bustling campus with stately Georgian red brick buildings.

The main character is Anne Marshall, who is independent, single, and in her mid-twenties. Anne is intelligent but has a runaway imagination. When her father’s ghost appeared to her, seeking her help, Anne never batted an eye. (Well, she did spill her diet soda all over the floor and almost fainted, but Anne is one of those wonderful, roll-with-the-punches type women.) In my mind, there is only one person who could truly capture Anne’s effervescent personality, her spunk, and her charm:...[read on]
Learn more about the book and author at Jacqueline Fullerton's website.

Jacqueline Fullerton is a successful businesswoman and attorney living in Ohio with winters in Florida.

My Book, The Movie: Piercing the Veil.

--Marshal Zeringue