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MAJOR BOOK ANNOUNCEMENT: I Signed with Bookouture Publisher for a New 3 Book Detective Crime Series

It’s been difficult for me to sit on this announcement until the contract was signed and I was given the greenlight to share with everyone. I’m still in shock–believe me it takes quite a bit to shock me. As a … Continue reading

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SCENE OF THE CRIME Won the Crime Fiction BRONZE Medal from Readers’ Favorite

SCENE OF THE CRIME, the second installment in the Chip Palmer Forensic Mystery Series, placed third and received a Bronze Medal for CRIME FICTION at Readers’ Favorite. It’s fantastic to receive this honor. Thank you Readers’ Favorite and my supportive … Continue reading

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FBI’s Most Wanted: 3 Infamous Fugitives Caught!

Every so often, some violent criminal slips through the fingers of local law enforcement. Or maybe they get lucky and escape prison. But usually, the fugitive’s days are numbered. Because once they enter the proverbial crosshairs of the Federal Bureau … Continue reading

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Murder in America: 3 Infamous Crime Scenes

Scattered throughout the American landscape are crime scenes that live in infamy. Each of these notorious locations have their own unique homicidal story. Here are three such stories. Holmes Murder Castle It was 1893, and Chicago was hosting the World’s … Continue reading

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Fatal Women: 4 of History’s Most Ruthless Female Criminals

After looking through my past blog posts, it hit me – most of the criminals mentioned are men. Well, that doesn’t seem fair. Granted, most criminals are men (sorry, guys.) Still, there certainly has been some notoriously ruthless females throughout … Continue reading

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Social Order: The Historical Evolution of Policing

Throughout civilized history, it has been vital for society to maintain some semblance of order with respect to crime. And, although, in ancient times, there existed no official, organized police function, people still managed to keep crime somewhat under control. … Continue reading

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FBI Profiling of SERIAL KILLERS: 3 Notorious Cases

In 1972, the FBI established the Behavioral Science Unit (BSU). The unit’s goal was straightforward. It wanted to develop law enforcement techniques, procedures and tactics that focused on the psychology and behavior of violent criminals. To that end, two men … Continue reading

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