Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Criminal Mind is Different

You probably have seen an episode of Law and Order: SVU or Criminal Minds during which the police psychologist explains a brain scan of an accused criminal to a packed courtroom.  It makes for great television, but does this premise … Continue reading

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Passing Motorist Finds Body in Abandoned Car

I have to say that this scenario gives life to many crime fiction writers’ vivid imaginations… Let me pose a scenario to you and ask what your reaction might be. It’s the middle of the night.  You are driving on … Continue reading

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Vigilante Detective Emily Stone Gives a Rare Interview about Dark Mind

(Received permission to repost from Character Interviews with Stacy Eaton)  Welcome to Author’s Spotlight on World Literary Cafe Character Interviews with Stacy Eaton Today we have Emily Stone from Dark Mind  written by Jennifer Chase. Welcome Emily – Great to … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday Guest — Author Stephen Woodfin

It’s that day again — Thriller Thursday!  I’m pleased to introduce a very talented author Stephen Woodfin with his exciting thriller Last One Chosen.  Let us now take a look inside a high-octane thriller and see how good versus evil … Continue reading

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Central Park Rape Suspect Photographed by His Victim

An elderly woman relaxes in Central Park on a late summer day to enjoy an afternoon of bird watching.  This should be an enjoyable activity; one that perhaps gives this woman a brief respite from the noise and the crowds … Continue reading

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New Forensic Technologies Could Improve How Crime Scenes are Processed

With all of the technology and scientific breakthroughs implemented today, forensic science works industriously with new ways to help identify pieces of crime scene evidence, victims and suspects in order to solve cases. I’ve highlighted three different scientific practices that … Continue reading

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Predicting Drew Peterson’s Social Life in Prison

Let’s begin with the premise that police officers are probably not the favorite people of most men who are locked up our prison system.  A man with a badge likely helped those convicted criminals meet the justice that they are … Continue reading

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