Monthly Archives: April 2011

Psychological Triggers and Obsessions of the Serial Killer Mind

“We’ve all got the power in our hands to kill, but most people are afraid to use it. The ones who aren’t afraid control life itself.”  –Richard Ramirez (The Night Stalker, Los Angeles, CA) We hear about serial killers crossing … Continue reading

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What Sends eBooks Flying Off Shelves?

I read this great blog article about marketing eBooks from acclaimed writer, Robert W. Walker.  I’m reposting it on my blog because it’s filled with such great information.  Actually, I going to follow these instructions for my four eBooks to … Continue reading

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Out & About Magazine – April Column

Out & About Magazine – In the Valley & on the Coast – The South Bay’s Premiere Entertainment Guide. Book Reviews and Crime Tips by Local Award Winning Author and Criminologist Jennifer Chase.  Her book review of Tess Gerritsens’s Ice … Continue reading

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From the Archives of Serial Killers… It Began with Plumbing Problems

Between 1978 and 1983, Dennis Andrew Nilson (A.K.A. Muswell Hill Murderer or Kindly Killer) murdered at least 15 men and boys in London.  Most of his victims were homeless men, students, or bar patrons.  He was considered to be the … Continue reading

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What do Writers Share in Common with Artichokes?

Artichokes?  No, I haven’t lost my mind or in desperate need of a vacation.  Artichokes are one of my favorite vegetables.  More than half of the time throughout the year, I have an artichoke with my dinner or a chilled … Continue reading

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Top 5 Questions from my Latest Book Signing & Appearance

Thank you to everyone who braved the rain and came out to my book signing on Saturday in Gilroy, California!  It was great to meet you all! Here are the beautiful hills that surround the city of Gilroy.     … Continue reading

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Silent Witness Emerging in Forensic Science

A ground-breaking technique has emerged on recovering fingerprints off of fabrics.  This new technique has focused on revealing fingerprint ridge detail and comparisons from various fabrics – such as cotton, silk, nylon, and polyester. This could mean new, verifiable clues … Continue reading

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