Tag Archives: mystery

Gearing up for the BOUCHERCON 2014 #Mystery #Thriller Conference in Long Beach, California

BOUCHERCON is the Annual World Mystery Convention, where every year readers, writers, publishers, editors, agents, booksellers and other lovers of crime fiction gather for a long weekend of education, entertainment, and fun. What a fantastic event! This is the first … Continue reading

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DEAD GAME is on the Menu

A BOOK AND A DISH featured Dead Game with a review and one of my favorite recipes.  Thank you Martha A. Cheves! It’s a wonderful site with authors, their books, and a recipe to boot.  If you’re looking for a … Continue reading

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San Antonio Police Rethink How to Handle Mental Illness

As a student of the criminal mind, I know there are some individuals who need to be placed in prison for the safety of society. They are sociopaths who know that committing rape or murder is wrong, but simply do … Continue reading

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Sometimes a Picture is Worth More Than a Thousand Words #EmilyStone #Thriller

*** A single picture can tell an entire story.  It can inspire, frighten, enlighten, and even provoke.  Here are actual screen grabs from the upcoming Emily Stone Thriller Series “live action” trailer.  It would not have been possible without and … Continue reading

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Preteen Who Wanted to Please a Fictional Character is Currently Incompetent to Stand Trial

I have studied criminal psychology. I am fascinated by what triggers an individual to commit horrible acts of violence against a fellow human being, and have spent countless hours in classrooms, talking to forensic psychologists, learning from members of law … Continue reading

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Serial Killer in Indiana Proudly Shares His Evil Deeds through a Tattoo

The sentencing hearing for an admitted serial killer is underway in Indiana. William Clyde Gibson pleaded guilty to strangling Stephanie Kirk two and half years ago, before violating and then burying her body in a shallow grave in his yard. … Continue reading

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Proceed Carefully When Diagnosing Violent Criminals

When we read about a horrific crime that has been committed or we watch a news clip of an alleged murder smiling as he walks in handcuffs into a courtroom, we often ask the question, “How could someone be so … Continue reading

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