LOGLINE: Stanford University. 1961. Renegade student journalists expose connections between a professor’s hypnosis experiments and two mysterious deaths, forcing the university to face its culpability in the reckless endangerment of young coeds, who not only endure sexual violence on campus but are thrown into the clutches of a diabolical physician in town, college scandals which continue to dominate our headlines today.
LOGLINE: Child advocate attorney, Liz Fallon, desperately needs a break after legal blunders lead to the kidnapping and death of one of her young charges. Fluent in her mother’s native Corsican tongue, she nabs a job at a Paris newspaper as a lingua corsa translator for Pierre Benatar, whose coverage of the explosive Corsican Nationalist movement has enraged every separatist faction…and so begins a very dangerous journey to the isle of mystery, murder, and the mazzeri.
LOGLINE: A smart and spirited heroine, delicious romance, and heart-pounding suspense. Best of all, it shines light on the fears, follies, and fantasies that drive the choices women make and on the love that redeems them.
PHOTOS TO ART