In celebration of the 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY since the first published Emily Stone Thriller, I’ve just released the EMILY STONE THRILLERS Boxed Set. I’m very excited to offer this to readers. It includes the first three…See More
One of the most interesting aspects of studying criminal behavior and criminology is finding out why and how criminals commit a specific crime. It’s really the complicated and daunting task of finding out what makes an individual tick and hopefully learning more about their criminal pattern of behavior in the process. That is why it’s so…See More
Sociopath or psychopath, so which is it? We often see these two descriptions interchangeable among mainstream news media and entertainment arenas. When I first began my study in criminology, I was initially confused by the terms and found that many individuals in the teaching area and general information found in college textbooks used each of these terms interchangeably.Both psychopaths and sociopaths share…See More
I came upon an article recently about the serial killer who holds the sad record of murdering the most people in Great Britain. While your thoughts may automatically turn to someone with the likes of Jack the Ripper or perhaps a European version of Ted Bundy, the criminal who is to blame…See More
Jennifer Chase is an author, freelance writer, and criminologist. In addition, she currently assists clients in ghostwriting, copywriting, editing, and research. She has four thriller novels: Compulsion, Award Winning Dead Game and Silent Partner, and Dark Mind.
Compulsion is her debut suspense thriller novel about a woman named Emily Stone, who tracks down child serial killers on the West coast. She uses her police background and natural ability to get inside the criminal mind in order to gather detailed, on-the-scene evidence. In doing so, she stealthily tracks down the most deplorable pedophiles and serial killers. Then, she anonymously sends her information to the police detective in charge of the case, and another monster is swiftly taken off the streets. Her secret identity is imperative not only for her protection, but to ensure that her hunt will continue uninterrupted. But, when two brazen serial killers are terrorizing women right in Emily’s hometown, she gets too close to the action. She becomes the hunted and must rely on help from a handsome local police detective.
There are so many books out there that I truly enjoy. I enjoy reading authors such as Dean Koontz, Jefferey Deaver, James Patterson, John Sanford, Lee Child, John Douglas, and Robert B. Parker.
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
The Closer, Law & Order (CI), Cold Case, Ghosthunters, The First 48, Forensic Files, LA Confidential, Silence of the Lambs, Terminator, The Lake House, Cohen Brothers Films, Copland, and anything that makes me laugh.
I have received so many questions, comments and emails about fingerprint evidence and crime scene investigations, so I decided to keep with the theme from one of my previous posts about fingerprints. There is so much more the fingerprint evidence from discovery to…
In celebration of the 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY since the first published Emily Stone Thriller, I’ve just released the EMILY STONE THRILLERS Boxed Set. I’m very excited to offer this to readers. It includes the…
Hi Jennifer, Love your work. I'm Cher, assistant editor of a new crime fiction podcast, www.crimecitycentral.com , looking for writers and stories. As a free podcast we can't pay for stories, but we have a large and ever-growing fan base. I really want to expand our female hero base, so I'd love to get a story from you. We accept short stories, excerpts, first chapters, and even collections of very short. We're not even very distinct about the line between crime fact and crime fiction. We're considering adding interviews in the future, and I think an interview about women in police work would be fascinating. Whe I read that blog and comments I hearkened back to the police women in Hawaii 5-0. The earliest were weepy powderpuffs, but soon they evolved from driver to action hero. Ultimately they didn't even have to fall in love with McGarrett. Please give us some thought!
I enjoyed your past two blog posts about police ride-alongs and the DNA evidence. Would you be interested in submitting them for Fingerprints? It's a crime flash non-fiction e-zine I operate over at http://fingerprintsjournal.blogspot.com. Drop me a line!
I'm putting together a Mystery Cruise. Nov. 14-21, 2010. We're sailing from Los Angeles to the Mexican Riviera. Cabins start at $400. You can contact me for panels. You can contact Beverly@cruisingsmart.com for info.
Thank you Jennifer. It will not be available in stores until the first of August, but can be bought at my Web Site www.MichaelPhelpsNovels.com, and of course www.amazon, www.BarnesandNoble.com, etc.
I also have to get COMPULSION.