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Author Interview in the HBS Author’s Spotlight #DarkPursuit #Thriller

I had the distinct pleasure of being highlighted in the HBS Author’s Spotlight.  Here’s the interview. Posted with permission by James Moushon at HBS Author’s Spotlight from 8/28/2015 original posting. *** Today our blog puts the Spotlight on Author Jennifer … Continue reading

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Analyzing Crime Scene Characteristics

Crime scene characteristics are extremely important to all criminal investigations, especially homicides and all serial crimes.  After the forensic analysis of the physical evidence found at the crime scene is completed and the victimology is established, then the task of … Continue reading

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In Search of the Cadaver in My Garden

What you are about to read is a true account of an actual event.  The names have not been changed because no one will care. First, let me start at the beginning, and don’t worry it won’t take long.  I moved … Continue reading

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My First Character Profiles

“If we experienced life through the eyes of a child everything would be magical and extraordinary. Let our curiosity, adventure, and wonder of life never end.”              ~Akiane Kramarik Many times I have been asked when I first began writing and … Continue reading

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A Knife for Vigilante Detective Emily Stone

I am always looking for ways to add to Emily Stone’s arsenal when she goes on her covert investigations hunting serial killers. I wanted to add a knife as back up to her Glock and Beretta, so I decided to … Continue reading

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What Inspires My Writing

I love writing action thrillers, but I find it necessary to take breaks to clear my mind and just relax. This is especially true when my mind is full of serial killers and crime scenes! Everyone should find something that … Continue reading

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Writing a Novel is Like Training a German Shepherd

Five months ago, I rescued a year and half-old German shepherd named Odin and added him to my family. He is an amazing dog, high drive, sweet and intelligent, and he can be trained to do any type of service … Continue reading

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