In my crime fiction Emily Stone Thriller Series, the main character is an ex-police officer where she had to go toe to toe with a male dominated profession. Certain situations (don’t want to give away any spoilers) dictated that she had to quit her post, but she more than made…Continue
I’ve been immersed with various aspects of forensic research and writing my next Emily Stone Thriller – Dead Burn. Some writers find research tedious, boring, and…Continue
Watch my #interview on #Investigation #Discovery's Blood, Lies & Alibis, #episode," "The Love Slave Murders," on July 1st at 10 am & 4 pm, PST
Episode is based on my bestselling true crime book, THE SEX SLAVE MURDERS.
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Just released today, MASTERS OF TRUE CRIME: Chilling Stories of Murder and the Macabre, true crime anthology edited by bestselling crime writer R. Barri Flowers, featuring all stars of the genre, such as Harold Schechter, Katherine Ramsland, Burl Barer, Cathy Scott, Robert Scott, and Carol Ann Davis.
A must for true crime…Continue
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I'm often asked how I research police procedures and police matters for my crime novels and while the DI Horton crime series certainly doesn't conform to policing in the real world there is an underlying reality about some of the situations and procedures.
So where do I get my research from?
From talking to real live police officers, those working on the coal face and those who have also retired and my thanks here to the officers in the CID, the Major Crime Unit and the…
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Morgen Bailey has updated her original interview with me. You can access it here: http://morgensauthorinterviews.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/author-interview-no125-john-lindermuth.html
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This is a cover in progress for the next thriller that I'm looking at self-publishing. There Are No Angels was written directly before K.A.R.M.A. What does everyone think of the jacket cover and the synopsis of the story on the back cover? Does it make you want to read…Continue
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Kidnapping isn't as easy as throwing someone into a pedo-van and driving off. What if they have to use the bathroom? Will it cramp your style as you and your kidnapping brethren try to enjoy a road trip?
These questions and more are…Continue
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New issue of Kings River Life is up and we have a mystery short story called "Sweet Revenge" by Sandra Levy Ceren http://kingsriverlife.com/06/23/sweet-revenge-an-original-mystery-short-story/
A review of Richard Castle's e-book spy novel "A Brewing Storm"…Continue
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When I saw this week’s featured author’s book in my review list I knew I had to invite her for an interview. As you can tell by her picture, she’s into martial arts and in my book that makes her worthy of a little attention (as well as the fact if I tick her off I risk getting hit with those kamas she’s weilding).
The problem I ran into was when…Continue
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Ash: Return Of The Beast •••• by Gary Val Tenuta…
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Sara Foster is the bestselling author of few psychological suspense novels, including Come Back to Me and the recent Minotaur release …Continue
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I have been invited to be a guest panel author at the annual conference of the British Society of Criminology taking place at the University of Portsmouth, Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, (ICJS) between 4–6 July 2012. I will be on a panel on the afternoon of 5 July with my fellow crime writers, Graham Hurley, Peter Lovesey, June Hampson and Linda Regan.
The conference is themed around ‘Criminology…
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