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Publication Day for PRETTY BROKEN DOLLS: Detective Katie Scott #Crime #Thriller

It’s always exciting every time a new book publishes! This has been such a fun series to write. Thank you Bookouture for this wonderful opportunity. Here’s the sixth installment and you’ll never guess who the killer is–Katie is caught in … Continue reading

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EMILY STONE THRILLERS: New Book Covers and a Book Blast!

My multiple award winning Emily Stone Thriller Series has had a makeover! Woohoo! I was so fortunate to have a wonderful cover designer give this series a fresh new look. And there are some surprises too! A new Emily Stone … Continue reading

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PRETTY BROKEN DOLLS: A New Detective Katie Scott Thriller! COMING SOON!

“Please Mommy, can Tessa and I go play on the swing by the creek?” the little girl begs, pushing a blonde curl from her eyes. “We’ll stay together, and we promise to be safe.” Hours later, their mother waits anxiously … Continue reading

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 CATCH THE KILLER: 3 Historically Significant Criminal Profilers #ForensicFriday #Crime Everyone seems to love a good criminal profiler story. A ruthless killer is on the loose. Law enforcement can’t seem to make any progress on the case. Then, some mastermind … Continue reading

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The Bystander Effect and What it Represents in Society Today

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In my Emily Stone Series, my protagonist is a woman who has made the decision to get involved when she knows a crime is being committed. Emily Stone uses her intelligence, her intuition, and…

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Classic Cop Movies: The Real Stories Behind the French Connection and Serpico

Photo courtesy of lifed.com. We are fascinated by police movies. Since the dawn of Hollywood, we have been intrigued and entertained by films that depict the trials and tribulations of these defenders of justice. Although many of our favorite cop … 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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