Tag Archives: dogs

Is Crime Fiction Going to the Dogs?

It’s no secret that I’m a dog lover. In fact, I cannot imagine my life without at least one canine buddy in my household. The toughest part of having a dog, or any pet for that matter, is that their … Continue reading

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Where Else Can You Find a K9 Cop and a Serial Killer in a Thriller? #K9 #Suspense

Announcing the award-winning Special Edition SILENT PARTNER, a California Police K9 Story 2016 release. I’m honored and excited about this special release. Please note, a portion of the sales for each book (including ebook sales) will go to purchasing a … Continue reading

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How Reliable are Those Sniff Alerts?

It is no secret that I have a great love for dogs.  I think they are animals with amazing insight and compassion.  I have had the pleasure of observing first-hand the important role that dogs play in law enforcement and … Continue reading

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Beagle Brings Home Human Skull

If you have a dog that likes to spend time outdoors, you can expect that interesting “gifts” will be brought to your door every once in a while.  Perhaps a bird or a mole will fall victim to your pet’s … Continue reading

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