The Muraviov Company is out with THIRTY BILLION DOLLAR WOMAN by Elizabeth Dean. After fleeing from Nazis in her homeland, Hedy Lamarr becomes the most beautiful woman in American film whose passion for inventing leads her to mastermind a new technology that changes our world forever.
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Between March 1st and March 31st, we tracked a total of 25 specs out. This marks a minimal 2.8% decrease in specs from February’s count. So, while March did not outperform February, we saw little drop-off between the months. Of the 25 specs out, 9 have some type of attachment.
The Muraviov Company is out with TIME ZERO by Erin Carere & Carlo Carere. An unfulfilled engineer wakes up shackled to a ticking nuclear bomb in an underground chamber with only a phone and one instruction to save millions of people: she must convince the US President to kill himself.
Facing death, cranky Bill Wilks invites a young homeless mother and toddler to move in and soon after, her sister and offbeat friends show up creating a raucous menagerie under one roof. Even as Bill’s health deteriorates he rises to the rescue, helps transform their troubled lives and in doing so discovers the meaning of his own.
Written by Peter Malone Elliott, the story finds the mercurial Frank Sinatra at the apex of his career when he’s forced to team up with the FBI to rescue his son from a group of inept kidnappers, giving Ol’ Blue Eyes the chance to repair their broken father-son bond.
Ten late-night commuters in a bus terminal turn on one another when an apparently supernatural force imprisons them in the terminal and gives them a simple task: to unanimously choose one among them who will be allowed to leave – and live – while the rest will stay behind and die.