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


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It seems that blog readers have spoken loud and clear.  You love reading about serial killers as much as I do!

Here are the top five posts of 2012:

1  Serial Killer Profile – An Inside Look at the Iceman

My Pick of 13 Interesting Facts about Serial Killers

3  Random & Interesting Serial Killer Facts

4  The Skillful Art of Interrogation

5  Writing as a Lone Wolf or Being a Part of the Pack


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Published thriller author, criminologist, and blogger.
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2 Responses to Readers Have Spoken Loud and Clear – Top Blog Posts of 2012

  1. Pingback: My buddy, author and blogger Jennifer Chase, gives us her top blog posts of 2012 :) « Thomas Rydder

  2. Pingback: Characters That Make a Lasting Impression | Author Jennifer Chase

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