By Kevin O'Brien
Everybody has anything to hide...The virile, all-American husband. The brainy golden lady. The happily-wed bi-coastal couple. anyone is watching...Someone who has exposed their darkest secrets and techniques. anyone who's hell-bent on making them pay for his or her sins...No one suspects the truth...Now there's no escaping the shadowy jury that watches their each circulate. It infiltrates everything in their lives. Stalking. Judging. Condemning. Punishment might be swift...severe...final...death.
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And there was a note—on hotel memo paper: You played a monster who kills little babies that aren’t even this big. He deserved to die, and so do you. The old woman was still a bit shaken when someone from hotel security led her out of Avery’s suite. The manager on duty kept apologizing to Avery. He didn’t understand how this could have happened—what with the high security and the professional staff. Could they move him to another suite? Avery told them that would be nice. ” Later he left a message at the house for Joanne, telling her that he’d switched hotel rooms.
Quickly he’d become the star attraction among the ensemble cast of “wacky” characters employed at an ad agency. Comparisons to Jack Lemmon and Tom Hanks abounded for the former Northwestern drama major and Second City alumni. He was also a favorite guest on the talk show circuit. On Letterman, he stirred the studio audience into a sing-along frenzy with an impromptu rendition of “Wild Thing” on his harmonica. ” That summer away from the show, Joanne Lane became the fifth woman in Avery’s life. With lustrous shoulder-length light brown hair and blue eyes, Joanne had an undefinable star quality.
The art piece that most fascinated the Architectural Digest people was a glass-top pedestal in her living room. It held her Academy Award. The base and stem of the pedestal had been forged from several pairs of broken and tattered high heels wired together to create a swirling funnel effect. Dayle had worn out all those shoes walking from auditions to agencies during her struggling starlet days. “I saved them, knowing I’d do something with them one day,” she told the interviewer. The magazine layout also included photos of her private exercise room and the modern kitchen.
The Next to Die by Kevin O'Brien