“Keep your face always toward the sunshine – and shadows will fall behind you.” ~ Walt Whitman
The ability of law enforcement to maintain order has always depended on its capacity to outmatch the technological advancements of society’s underbelly. From the early days of systematic photography,…Continue
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As Ann Kern starts her new business as an interior decorator, the temperatures have risen, tulips and daffodils are in bloom and there’s a feeling of endless possibilities in the air. She has no idea that her world is about to be turned upside down.
When Janis Riley, a woman for whom money is no…Continue
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Chase Baker II is here. The followup to The Shroud Key which Suspense Magazine hailed with 5-Stars, Chase Baker and the Golden Condor is a full of action, romance, and a whole lot of crime down in the Amazon Jungle where life is precious but death is all too easy.…Continue
Added by Jennifer Chase on October 4, 2014 at 7:45am — No Comments
It is always exciting to come upon an article about someone whose career offers me insight and inspiration as I constantly strive to learn more about criminal psychology and use that knowledge…Continue
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Something that has been important for me to advocate through the development of…Continue
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Vincent Zandri has entered the "boxed set" arena with his first ever effort from Bear Media. The aptly titled PULP!...(click on the title to…Continue
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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.