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KILLER ON THE LOOSE: Chapter 2 Emily Stone

KILLER ON THE LOOSE Chapter 2 – Emily Stone by Jennifer Chase Emily Stone deliberately slid down the rocky hillside and cautiously approached the house. The heat and humidity of the summer bore down on her. The dense trees on … Continue reading

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Analyzing Crime Scene Characteristics

Crime scene characteristics are extremely important to all criminal investigations, especially homicides and all serial crimes.  After the forensic analysis of the physical evidence found at the crime scene is completed and the victimology is established, then the task of … Continue reading

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Modern Forensics: A Criminal’s Worst Nightmare

Cutting-edge technological innovations in the field of forensic science has always been spurred by criminals and their insatiable pursuit of the perfect crime. Here are a few modern forensic advances that strike fear in the hearts of those nefarious characters … Continue reading

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It is Unanimous!

It is very exciting that my latest thriller DARK PURSUIT has been given 5-stars from  three reviewers at Readers’ Favorite. I wanted to share one of those reviews. Writing is definitely a journey with ups and downs, but the rewards … Continue reading

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6 Mistakes to Avoid at a Crime Scene Straight From a Cold Case Detective

Originally posted on Author Jennifer Chase:
Photo: Courtesy of coldcasesquad.com Crime scenes aren’t as cut and dry as one might think.  There are many variables and each one should be carefully identified, searched, documented, and processed correctly.  The process doesn’t…

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Guest Author: Robert Pruneda and Devil’s Nightmare

Devil’s Nightmare by Robert Pruneda is a chilling read, perfect for the Halloween season. If you are a fan of horror and suspense, you’ll want to check this one out. To hook you to the series, the first novel is … Continue reading

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Sometimes a Picture is Worth More Than a Thousand Words #EmilyStone #Thriller

*** A single picture can tell an entire story.  It can inspire, frighten, enlighten, and even provoke.  Here are actual screen grabs from the upcoming Emily Stone Thriller Series “live action” trailer.  It would not have been possible without and … Continue reading

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