The seemingly random killings of an assassin puzzle her former lover, a wealthy Greek crime boss whose organization is jeopardized by his love for her, and the detective following her rising body count.
When a popular professor is murdered, a prosecutor follows a trail of evidence to a young and pretty student. Is she just another innocent victim? Or could the teacher's pet be a ruthless, remorseless killer?
Did my alters know all this and keep it from me?
Yes. And now, that you've remembered they'll begin to blend into you.
Because they've been parts of who I really am all along?
Yes, Debbie is the child you used to be. Kate is your sense of self-preservation. Leona is the self you suppressed because of what happened.
I'm a sex kitten.
What about Leigh?
Leigh was the key. He was the imaginary friend who floated you away from the pain. He helped you endure until the others could assume ...
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Una furtiva lacrima
(from opera "L'elisir d'amore)
Written by Gaetano Donizetti
Sung by Michael Amante
Courtesy of Medalist Entertainment
Originally published by G. Ricordi and Company
Available on CD 60022. See more »
It was an okay movie, but they didn't get in depth enough and I felt like the book was so much better that it makes me want to read the book over to see if it's my imagination. But it's better than a lot of things, and I watched the whole thing so that gives it some definite advantages over a lot of things. The characters seemed shallow and their acting seemed forced. That was disappointing. It only skims the surface of the book, which I was disappointed in. I really liked the ending though, and that was a major plus in it's favor. Overall I think it's better than some of the other books made into movies and I look forward to seeing some of her others.
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