Kate Bosworth has acquired the film rights to Catherine Hanrahan's debut novel "Lost Girls and Love Hotels."
Kate Bosworth has an eye for being a producer. The striking actress quietly has purchased the film rights to a novel titled "Lost Girls and Love Hotels" written by Catherine Hanrahan, the author has revealed on her official Blog.
Published by Penguin Group, the book centers on an English specialist at Air-Pro Stewardess Training Institute named Margaret who sinks herself in exotic nightlife in order to forget home and her painful childhood. However, her deliberate nihilism is thrown off balance as she becomes increasingly haunted by images of a Western girl missing in Tokyo.
Released on July 3, 2006 in U.S under Harper Perennial, "Hotels" is the debut novel of Hanrahan, a Montreal-born writer who has lived in England, Thailand, and Japan. It is said that the book will also be released in the U.K under Scribner.