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Chloe King to Adapt Erotic Thriller ‘The Girl in 6E,’ About Agoraphobic “Web-Cam Girl”

Chloe King to Adapt Erotic Thriller 'The Girl in 6E,' About Agoraphobic "Web-Cam Girl"

Chloe King has been tapped to bring the best-selling erotic thriller “The Girl in 6E” to the big screen.

Written by A.R. Torre (the open pen name of Alessandra Torre), the novel is about an extreme agoraphobe who makes a living as a “web-cam girl.” When she discovers that one of her clients might abduct and harm a little girl, she must overcome her fears to save the child.

King has written episodes of “Red Shoe Diaries” and the feature “Poison Ivy II.”

Here’s the Kindle synopsis for “The Girl in 6E”:

My life, inside this apartment is simple. It works, as long as I follow the rules.

Don’t leave the apartment. Not in case of fire, not to mail a letter,
not to run an errand. The door stays shut, and I stay inside.

Don’t get attached to clients. I take off my clothes, I stand in front
of the camera, and I perform. What they want, I give. Their secrets, I
keep. Everything I tell them, is a lie.

3. Don’t kill anyone. I’ve obeyed that rule for over three years.

My life, inside this apartment was simple, and it worked. Then, I started breaking rules.

[via Yahoo!]

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