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It place my mind at ease and avoided a trip to the ER. I was worried it would conclude with just a general 'seek medical attention' recommendation no matter what but instead it told me that poisoning was unlikely and that we didn't need to go to the ER. Thank you to the Poison Control Center for a very useful app.
The Pitt and the Poison. Pretty Poison is directed by Noel Black and adapted to screenplay by Lorenzo Semple Junior from the novel “She Allow Him Continue” written by Stephen Geller. It stars Anthony Perkins, Tuesday Weld, Beverly Garland, John Randolph and @#$% O’Neill. Melody is by Johnny Mandel and cinematography by David Quaid. Pure definition of a culter movie? Probably Beautiful Poison. A wonderfully odd neo-noir that’s as cunning as a fox, Noel Black’s film flummoxed a lot of upon release but the underground swell of the cult enthusiasts has ensured this particular poison is still around to be swallowed. Plot finds Perkins as troubled Dennis Pitt, an arsonist as a youth and fantasist as an adult, he’s just been released from a mental health facility, in spite of his parole officer’s reservations. Beginning his employment at a chemical factory, Dennis comes into contact with young high school drum majorette, Sue Anne Stepanek (Weld), and lets her believe he is a secret agent. Small does he know, but Sue is only too satisfied to indulge his fantasies, since she herself is harbouring some unhealthy desires. Much like the brilliant movie noir film Gun Crazy (1950), Beautiful Poison upturns the standard boy and girl crime spree formula by having the girl be the one doing the damage. Dennis Pitt has absolutely no idea how not in control of the relationship he is, he’s beguiled by Sue, thinking he has finally found a soul friend to share in his fantasies, but she’s pulling all the strings, luring him into a web of chaos from which he is completely incapable of escaping from. With the characterisations firmly in place, where both Weld and Perkins are on top form, Black and his tech squad pump discoloured blood through the picture’s veins. Pic actually breathes as a black comedy, for the first third the makers are toying with us the audience, making us unsure as to if we should be laughing? Or feeling edgy? Maybe even daring us to walk out? Yes! The movie “is” that off-kilter with its tonal flows. Then the light dawns on us, but not the hapless Dennis of course, that we are in a deceptively menacing Americana, one that’s even strangely sexy, and cynical into the bargain. Subversive, smart and utterly compelling, Beautiful Poison deserves to be better known. 8/10
Rarely do I read a book that makes me talk to the characters out loud but this story did exactly that! This is the first book I’ve read from this author but I am hooked and so is my daughter. I love that this story of an author touched on a subject that I’ve been leary of in my own life. I encourage you to read this book ESPECIALLY if you’re a fresh writer hoping to be a published author some day.
The book opens with a truck driver seeing two teenage girls running across a highway to obtain away from a man. He crashes the truck trying to avoid them, the girls are rescued and taken to a hospital. While Gemma and Hayley are recovering, they tell the detectives a bizarre and horrible story. But their stories don't quite match...The book is three sections: the aftermath of the accident in the hospital, then three months prior when the girls arrived at the mango farm, then the present. It dragged a small in the latest section, I thought things could have been moved along a small quicker. I also wished the police had been a small smarter, they really should've figured things out before they thing is what it seems, both Gemma and Hayley are unreliable narrators at times, and there were enough twists to hold me guessing. I found the epilogue beautiful chilling.
From now on I will be very careful before I a book described as "darkly compelling psychological" novel. I probably will not be drawn to read anymore Sarah Denzul or Anni Taylor novels. Very depressing from cover to cover. The only reason I completed reading it is that I created a bargain with myself years ago not to quit reading a book in hopes that there might be some redeeming value in it. There was none in this book.
One of the best plots I've had the pleasure to read. The depth the authors go to in the minds of the characters is fascinating, awesome & thought provoking, twisted, and well executed. The plot twists 're exciting. Very believable story, I could imagine his event which helps the reader jump into the story. I only want I'd found this book sooner.
I finished the book because I’m a small OCD about finishing whatever I begin to read. Reading Poison Orchids was painful. It was written for gullible 13 year old girls in the childish style of the Goosebumps series. The premise was laughable and the police embarrassingly inept.
Southside Book and Writers Club (June) Book of the monthPoison Pen by Jacquelin ThomasFive stars. Yep, you read it correctly, or you are seeing it correctly. The club gives Poison Pen a solid five stars. “I wish to be a published author,” said Ms. Bailey. She took those words and set out to accomplish that goal. Bailey meets her idol, Ms. Harini, who is popular for her written work. This woman was a piece of work. She mentored Bailey just to steal her work as if that was not enough. Harini then went after Bailey's tell anymore, we would blow the story for you. The small above should obtain your attention enough to grab this book and read it. Lying, cheating, and stealing is not all that Harini does. Also, you have to learn how Bailey comes back and how karma plays a role in everyone's life in the story.
This book had me reading it from cover to end in one day. The storyline grabbed my attention and even reminded me of a few people in my own life. Regardless of what you feel about the characters, you will definitely have plenty to talk about. I'm interested in reading more from the author. This book left me speechless!!
This book will pull you in from the begin and not allow up. It ended nicely, but I feel there could be a kind of follow up book. Not necessarily a sequel,more like telling how one of them continued their life. Tate is the devil and doesn't care who he hurts to obtain what he most wants. Power! The farm is a cover for Tate so he can do what he wants without anyone learning a horrifying truth.
I am a long time Jacquelin Thomas fan and really enjoyed this book. The story is about two authors involved in some serious backstabbing and cutthroat behavior. The older more established writer inflicts a lot of havoc on others before she gets her just desserts! One thing though, there were a lot of grammar/typo errors in this book which is totally out of hero for a Jacquelin book. Fortunately the errors did not detract from the storyline. The plot moved at a amazing pace and held my attention throughout. I would recommend this book but would definitely like to see those errors cleaned up.
Amazing read! I suspect the author was exposing some private experiences in the literary industry especially amongst women. Harini was off the chain. I would’ve liked to have seen more of how the relationship between her and the one male hero developed. I don’t wish to give away any spoilers but it seemed to happen quick especially when he seemed so dedicated to the woman he’d been with. But other than that, I really enjoyed this book.
The chemist and his beautiful orchids were a family of mango pickers. Backpackers from around the globe were recruited from others to join the family for mango season during the summer months. Tate’s farm offered food, fun, and boarding.When two girls are found on the highway being chased by a man detectives and Psychologist Megan Arlotti are assigned the case. With the perpetrator identified and dead, the detectives first focused on the girls trying to fill in the gaps from the point of gan was just a psychologist who’d stepped method past her professional boundary lines trying to support piece together the timeline of happenings that brought these girls here. Megan worked closely with the detectives assisting them with any info she could retain from the e story was laid out into three parts: Part 1 was about determining who the girls were. Part 2 was about determining what happened to the girls. Part 3 was determining why this happened to the girls. Followed up with a spectacular epilogue.Overall:These two authors brought a bone chilling discovery of what it’s like to have a brilliant mind. Tate was a brilliant chemist who grew orchids in his greenhouse while also cultivating mangoes on his farm. There were unexpected twists and turns that had me gasping for breathe. This was definitely a page-turner. Normally I tried to puzzle the pieces together myself, but I this type I just allow the authors tell their story and allow it unfold the method it was intended.I liked both detectives collaborating with the psychologist sharing ideas and concepts to proceed in the case. I liked all the supporting cast of characters they enhanced the story and brought this story to e writing was superb with just enough info to hold me entertained.I had to look up all the photos of orchids and that bellyache bush just to support illustrate with an image. Fascinating plants needed an photo lookup.
I was so excited to see that 2 of my absolute favorite authors had collaborated on a book together. If you are a fan of either one, both, or even haven't read the works of either - you will not be disappointed - this book is awesome! It draws you right in with the strangeness of 2 victims found together on a street who were imprisoned by the same man (now dead) but who have completely various stories about what has happened to them. So one of them must be lying, right? Hmm, maybe not...There are so a lot of twists and intricate manipulations that occur throughout the story, and you have to close attention to who says what and when they say it. Otherwise, you will likely be confused and wondering what on earth is going on. That's what makes it such a amazing read, though, it's so well-developed and the truth & lies woven deeply throughout the tale.I highly recommend this book and both authors, who hopefully search the time to produce another brilliant piece of work together!
This application is super handy with submitting claims to Nationwide. I use this for both of my cats and their visits. No annoying pop up ads, you can add family members, dog/cat sitters, and vets even if they aren't registered through them. I highly recommend this.
As a technician for a clinic that uses this service I love how simple it is to communicate with clients. As a user for my own pet, I love having all the info at my fingertips. Very helpful when I need a fast boarding reservation and don't have records on hand I can show this as proof of records. Customer service is always super responsive to out comments and want list for the app! Highly recommend
amazing interface, it seams as though the processing could be faster for claims but that may be the insurance provider more than this app. I do like the fact that we have access to pets records at our fingertips for things like the groomer or vet visits.
This application has been a complete disappointment. Twice I have submitted claims to Nationwide and both times I ended up faxing the info because they couldn't read it (ear from what I could see). Also even if I requested the medical records from the vet or ER to be sent, it was never received and there is no method to the documents so I had to send a duplicate request to send directly to Nationwide. Finally, a set of records was deleted and not sure why as I did not delete them.
Neat idea but it won't let me to pick my own vet. It automatically picked one I used over a decade ago and will not switch. Current vet uses the application but has no idea how to fix. I contacted the help email for the application but have received no response.
No more faxing or emailing my receipts. The application makes submitting my claims so easy. Once you load your vet and pet information its as easy as just taking a pic of the invoice and hitting submit. Fyi your vet and pet information gets saved so there's no re-entering information unless you need to edit it. 2 thumbs up!
I bought this book after reading an intriguing synopsis and a scad of five star reviews. Alas, my review is not to be one of them. This story has its merits. Its setting and the descriptions thereof are beautifully evocative. My basic complaint involves the protagonist, Elise. Most of this novel is first person, told from Elise's perspective, and a more excruciating point of view would be difficult to imagine. Her paranoia is extreme to the point of tedium. I found it hard to finish the book because I couldn't search anything about Elise that was authentic. The parts of the book that are in third person are tolerable, but I can't recommend it because there are just too few escapes from Elise and her muddled mindset.
I was fortunate enough to be able to read an advanced readers copy of The Poison Garden by A. J. Banner. She writes the best psychological thrillers! First of all, the cover art alone is beautiful. Can you identify this plant? I can! A young woman is excited to be arriving unexpectedly early to her attractive island home in the Pacific Northwest. She wants to surprise her handsome adoring husband on the eve of their wedding anniversary. Opening the door to a shocking scenario, the reader is along on her journey over several days as she tries to search the truth. I loved this book, it has all the twists and turns in the plot that I have fun in a psychological thriller. A. J. Banner does not disappoint, another amazing book to read.