THRILLER SERIES REVEAL: Emily Stone Live-Action Film Short

EmilyStone_Stills_006AVigilante detective Emily Stone hunts serial killers and child abductors, covertly and under the law enforcement radar. She uses her fine-tuned skills of criminal profiling and forensic perceptiveness to locate predators that cops cannot or will not find. Those she has rescued have called Emily Stone a phantom detective, angel of justice, and a hero.

How does she do this? She is trained, she is tough, she is serious, and she gets results. By helping the police anonymously by emailing those detectives in charge with an entire, detailed investigation. Her motives or identity has never been questioned.

Crime has a new nemesis and her name is Emily Stone. She will continue to hunt serial killers and child abductors as long as they are out there. This is her life.

Tag along with Emily Stone in a first time ever “live action” novel film short. Be sure to watch it full screen, turn up the volume, and enjoy.

Trust me, you’ll want to see it again!

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This has been a project in the works for some time now. It has been a fantastic experience working with an incredible group of people who made my vision and thriller series come to life. I felt that film short came right out of my books.

I wish to extend a whole-hearted thank you to Andy Palmer of Petri Entertainment who made my vision and books come to life. I could not have imagined this novel film short without his expertise in directing and editing.

Directed by Andy Palmer, Petri Entertainment

Cast: Kim Poirier and Carlos Alazraqui

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Check out the Award-winning EMILY STONE THRILLER SERIES available at Amazon, Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, iTunes, Smashwords, and most online and book retailers.

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Published thriller author, criminologist, and blogger.
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