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…Continue
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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…Continue
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Waking Up Dead is a paranormal mystery novel that follows the quest of a ghost to solve the crime of another murder victim.…Continue
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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. …Continue
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Beginning August 5, 2013 through August 14, 2013—I will begin what I call Skype chats. I’m setting aside two hours a day for seven days to chat with people about my true crime, Killer Nurse.
A schedule of the chat times is below. I will set aside 10 minute time slots for everyone who wants to participate. You will have ten minutes of one-on-one time to talk to me and ask questions.
This may sound difficult and or expensive, but it is actually neither.…Continue
Added by John Foxjohn on June 27, 2013 at 5:46am — No Comments
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.
I published my first book, Code of Deceit, in 2007, and I was fortunate enough to have it hit several best-seller lists. I followed that one with Journey of the Spirit—now renamed The People’s Warrior. This one, a historical fiction did fairly well. It was even voted second best in the mainstream category by readers.
Then In 2008, I published Cold Tears. This book exceeded all my expectations, and I have high ones. Voted the best mystery in the world, the sales and accolades…Continue
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***OFFICIAL BOOK RELEASE ANNOUNCEMENT***
From the Award Winning EMILY STONE THRILLER SERIES comes a new serial killer crime novel:
Terrified California residents face the…
Added by Jennifer Chase on April 28, 2013 at 7:09am — No Comments
We know that psychopaths lack remorse, empathy, ethics, and a conscience. They lie with absolute clarity for whatever appeases them and their lifestyle. They are almost like an unscrupulous chameleon showing their mask of normalcy for most of the world to see, but wait for the opportunity to strike out against unsuspecting victims.
Crime seems to be a logical choice for many of these…Continue
Added by Jennifer Chase on April 28, 2013 at 7:07am — No Comments
I'm primarily an author, but I enjoy working in business, too. My husband and I buy closeouts from major U.S. manufacturers and resell them to discount stores. When the dollar stores gained popularity years back, U.S. manufacturers couldn’t compete with the off-brand imitations being sold for a…Continue
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VIEW TRAILER: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-N1gn3SNYk
An Emily Stone Novel
Everyone Sins… But are you willing to pay for yours?
Terrified California residents…Continue
Added by Jennifer Chase on April 6, 2013 at 4:48am — No Comments
As we go about our daily routines, there are scientists hard at work trying to discover answers for the criminal justice arena, as well as breakthroughs to improve our way of life. Many of these tests, studies, and theories aren’t reported in most areas of the mass media.
When I have a moment, I love to peruse the scientific world of forensics and criminal psychology to see what is…Continue
Added by Jennifer Chase on April 6, 2013 at 4:45am — No Comments
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…Continue
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The job of a crime scene investigator isn’t glamorous or exotic as it is portrayed on popular television shows or even in the movies. This daunting task is extremely important and necessary for any criminal police investigation in order to find out who committed the crime and to bring the perpetrator(s) to justice.…Continue
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