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Boosting Creativity for Writing Crime Thrillers

I thought I’d lighten things up today with a break from crime scenes, serial killers, fiction thrillers, and forensic breakthroughs.  I love to share all of this information.  608 more words

Dark Mind

CANCELLED: True crime author Paul Harrison to speak at Hedon Library

UPDATE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. A new date is to be arranged.

Paul Harrison, an author, and a former detective is coming to talk at… 175 more words


Vigilante Detective Emily Stone in DARK PURSUIT #FREE #Amazon


International award-winning DARK PURSUIT will be FREE Wednesday (6/8), Thursday (6/9), and Friday (6/10) on Amazon Worldwide.

No need to worry or feel like you need to read book #1 first because ALL of the EMILY STONE THRILLERS are Stand-Alone Books. 226 more words


Gunshot Residue: Now You See it Now You Don’t

Gunshot residue or GSR is an important component to any homicide crime scene involving the discharge of a firearm.  It tells a story.  The big question is how accurate is the story and is it retold correctly.  625 more words

Jennifer Chase

A year full of Crime

For the past 12 months I dealt with Crime every single day therefore I will risk saying that Crime, to some extent, has essentially become part of my life.  787 more words

Court Interpreting

COMPULSION: Serial Killers Terrorizes a Beach Community and One Woman Stands in the Way

Emily Stone doesn’t have a badge. But that hasn’t stopped her from tracking down some of the West’s most dangerous child-killers. Armed with a digital SLR camera, laptop computer and her trusty Beretta, Stone uses her innate gift for detective work to identify the perps — and then anonymously e-mail the evidence to the cops. 174 more words


A criminologist explains six things Americans should know about mass shootings

America has experienced yet another mass shooting.

As a criminologist, I have reviewed recent research in hopes of debunking some of the common misconceptions I hear creeping into discussions that spring up whenever a mass shooting occurs. 134 more words