Tag Archives: crime thriller

Guest Author: Robert Pruneda and Devil’s Nightmare

Devil’s Nightmare by Robert Pruneda is a chilling read, perfect for the Halloween season. If you are a fan of horror and suspense, you’ll want to check this one out. To hook you to the series, the first novel is … Continue reading

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Cold Weather Keeps the Criminals Inside

If you are reading this blog post from somewhere in the United States, chances are you are someplace cold. This winter has brought Arctic temperatures to places not used to seeing the thermometer go below freezing and then parked those … Continue reading

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Are We Soon Going to See Robocop for Real?

If you are familiar with any of my books, you know that I have a strong interest in the way that technology can be used within law enforcement to track and capture criminals. In my novels, vigilante detective Emily Stone … Continue reading

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Resolutions for Readers and Writers

The end of the year has come upon us once again. If you are like me you probably are saying to yourself, “Wow, this year went by really fast!” You said this last year as well, of course, but this … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Will a Conveniently Placed Item Stop a Bullet by Benjamin Sobieck

I thought a very interesting and thought-provoking crime article from friend and author Benjamin Sobieck would be a perfect post today — being Thriller Thursday and all.  Enjoy! *** Will a Conveniently Placed Item Stop a Bullet? by Benjamin Sobieck … Continue reading

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Criminal Psychology and The Grinch

The Grinch. A criminal who tried to destroy a town but instead found rehabilitation and a chance to choose a different life path. With my interest in criminal psychology and Christmas just about a week away, I thought I would … Continue reading

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BOOK REVIEW: Emily Stone Takes Action and Doesn’t Let Anything Stand in Her Way #action #thriller

Dead Burn was definitely the most challenging crime thriller I have ever written to date, but I loved every second of it.  I pushed myself to raise the stakes for vigilante detective Emily Stone.  There were times that I was … Continue reading

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