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Wentworth Miller has signed up to adapt psychological thriller Scare Me.

The Prison Break actor will write the script for a film version of Richard Parker's upcoming second novel, reports Deadline.

Relativity Media acquired the rights to Parker's novel, which follows a businessman who receives a phone call asking him: "When did you last Google yourself?"

After searching himself, he finds a website with photographs from inside his own house, along with six other homes he has never seen before. In one house a murder has taken place.

The book will be released on April 30, and is the follow-up to Parker's thriller Stop Me in 2010.

Miller made his screenwriting debut with Chan-wook Park's thriller Stoker, starring Mia Wasikowska.

His screenplay for thriller The Disappointments Room was picked up by Voltage Pictures and Killer Films back in April 2012.

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