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Can You Tell a Lie and Not Get Caught?

Years ago, I had an interview with a police department for a forensic position.  I had already been fingerprinted, interviewed by the supervisor, had an in-depth background meeting with the background investigators trying to catch me in a lie from … Continue reading

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Five Human Face Genes Identified

Look around a crowded room at various people and study the shapes of their faces.  Some people have long or oval shapes faces, while others have rounder or heart-shaped faces.  After you study people for a while, it seems that … Continue reading

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Readers Have Spoken Loud and Clear – Top Blog Posts of 2012

Thank you to everyone who has visited and subscribed to my blog  – it doesn’t go unappreciated.  When I first decided to create a blog, I was apprehensive at first.  Well let’s get serious, I was terrified.  I thought I’d … Continue reading

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Facebook Ordered to Remove Page that Tracks Pedophiles

One of the crimes that is featured in several of my novels, and that I believe all would agree is one of the most heinous acts of violence possible, is pedophilia. My lead character, Emily Stone, is on a vigilante … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget to Tread Lightly

Impression evidence is the most common type of evidence found at any crime scene, whether the primary or secondary scenes, and it includes fingerprints, footprints, and tire marks.  It’s one of the most interesting physical parts of a crime scene … Continue reading

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Violent Crimes Up for the First Time in Nearly Two Decades

It is sometimes difficult to believe, based on the horrible stories that get covered non-stop on the 24-hour news cycle, but violent crime actually has been decreasing for about two decades.  The incidences of assaults and rapes and robberies have … Continue reading

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So You Think You Can Be a CSI?

I’ve been deep in the trenches with my next book and a little bit preoccupied, but I wanted to post something fun to test your CSI knowledge.  It’s been a tough process creating Emily Stone’s current adventure in Dead Burn, … Continue reading

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