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DARK PURSUIT Begins Book Tour! #EmilyStone #NewRelease

From the International Award Winning EMILY STONE THRILLER SERIES: Vigilante detective Emily Stone has covertly hunted down killers and closed more serial cases than most seasoned homicide cops combined. Her exceptional profiling skills and forensic techniques, along with deductive crime … Continue reading

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

Thank you to everyone who has visited and subscribed to my blog  – it doesn’t go unappreciated.  When I first decided to create a blog, I was apprehensive at first.  Well let’s get serious, I was terrified.  I thought I’d … Continue reading

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Vigilante Detective Emily Stone Gives a Rare Interview about Dark Mind

(Received permission to repost from Character Interviews with Stacy Eaton)  Welcome to Author’s Spotlight on World Literary Cafe Character Interviews with Stacy Eaton Today we have Emily Stone from Dark Mind  written by Jennifer Chase. Welcome Emily – Great to … Continue reading

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Mass Shootings and the Complexity of Crime — Profiler, Forensic Scientist Brent Turvey

“Crime is complex; evidence is complex; and people are complex.” “…the less one knows about something, the simpler and more certain things seem. While illusions are convenient, allowing us to pretend that we have achieved some level of understanding so … Continue reading

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Criminal Profiling – An Overview of a Threshold Assessment

It’s no secret that my primary interest is in the mind of a criminal – more specifically, the mind of a serial killer as well as the behavioral aspects of a crime scene. My latest crime thriller Dark Mind delves … Continue reading

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Criminal Profiling – An Important Investigative Tool

In my first crime fiction novel Compulsion, Emily Stone’s love interest Detective Rick Lopez uses a form of profiling called a “Threshold Assessment”.  He carefully weighs the evidence from the serial homicide crime scenes, criminal behavior patterns, and victimology to … Continue reading

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