Hanging The Stars (Half Moon Bay #2) by Rhys FordAngel Daniels grew up hard, one step ahead of the law and always looking over his shoulder. A grifter’s son, he’d learned every con and trick in the book but ached for a normal life. Once out on his own, Angel returns to Half Moon Bay where he once found…and then lost…love.
Now, Angel’s life is a frantic mess of schedules and chaos. Between running his bakery and raising his troubled eleven-year-old half-brother, Roman, Angel has a hectic but happy life. Then West Harris returns to Half Moon Bay and threatens to break Angel all over again by taking away the only home he and Rome ever had.
When they were young, Angel taught West how to love and laugh but when Angel moved on, West locked his heart up and threw away the key. Older and hardened, West returns to Half Moon and finds himself face-to-face with the man he’d lost. Now, West is torn between killing Angel or holding him tight.
But rekindling their passionate relationship is jeopardized as someone wants one or both of them dead, and as the terrifying danger mounts, neither man knows if the menace will bring them together or forever tear them apart.
Wait Until Dark (1967) – Who Are You?
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Little do they know that Gloria, a neighbor girl, has stolen the doll after finding out it was not a gift for her. October 6, October 7, October 8, October 13, October 14,
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When the lights go out at the end of the film, so did the lights in the movie theaters. Two are merely petty thieves, but their employer Harry Roat Alan Arkin is a sinister monster. Like similar psychological thrillers ruminating on the theme of urban isolation and loneliness namely The Tenant and The Seventh Victim , Wait Until Dark manages to create a paradoxical environment of civilization devoid of human life. Once Suzy starts to catch on to the elaborate ruse and is caught calling the police by the con men, she concocts stories about children prank-calling her to say cruel things. Watch it with someone who likes to scream. Almost every element of the film has been seemingly engineered to be the ne plus ultra of slapdash ineptitude. B rian A.
Jane loses everything when her teenage daughter is killed in a senseless accident. Devastated, she manages to make one tiny stab at a new life: she moves from San Francisco to the seaside town of Half Moon Bay. Jane is inconsolable, and yet, as the months go by, she is able to cobble together some version of a job, of friends, of the possibility of peace. And then, children begin to disappear. And soon, Jane sees her own pain reflected in all the parents in the town.
A blind woman. A policeman. A lost doll. A con man. An old friend. A dark apartment and … murder. Authored by Frederick Knott, and adapted by Jeffery Hatcher, this new adaptation of the classic is set in Greenwich Village.