How I came to write my scandalous version of the Jane Austen classic!
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One of the more interesting aspects of forensic science, at least for me, is the study of forensic anthropology. It entails the analysis of human skeletal remains that is within the context of a legal investigation.
During my academic studies, I took forensic anthropology as one of the requirements for my bachelor’s degree in police forensics. I thoroughly enjoyed the class and it made me view skeletal remains in more of a scientific way. I was surprised how I…Continue
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I thought y'all might like to see the FIVE STAR review that my new ebook Bullet for One received at Amazon over the weekend. Here it is:
Remember the Batman cartoon from the 90s? In that cartoon people carried cell phones and used computers but the cars all had chrome and the thugs wore pinstriped suits. It took place in it's own world which was grounded in several time periods of noir.…Continue
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Which leads to the subject of today’s blog (as the wife and I make ready to participate in our first writing conference this week, ThrillerFest, put on by International Thriller Writers every year in New York–of course, the wife never needs an excuse to make at least one pilgrimage a year to (the shops of) New York):
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I’m having a good time taking the summer off from writing, though I can feel the itch starting to grow behind my right ear. Reading goes on year-round. Here are my favorite reads for July.
Shadow of the Dahlia, Jack Bludis. Bludis is another one of those writers I’ve been aware of for a while. When an interview in Allan Guthrie’s Criminal-E blog activated the Kindle Impulse Purchase section of my brain, I downloaded…Continue
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My final book signing for Borders Books was at the store in Fair Oaks Mall. It was so successful, and the store had so many visitors, that it's still incredible to me that the store had to close. As I watch the Borders chain sell off its stock and fixtures I am mourning the loss of a business that supported me as an author, and of good friends who were book lovers as much as book sellers.
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