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False Truth 5

Saturday Special: Some Weekend Smiles

Are you enjoying any holiday activities this weekend? I went recently to the Christmas shows at Disney and saw various Spectacles of Lights. The lights are up in Traverse City, too. How beautiful!!! The twinkling beauty reminds me of rookie journalist Jordan Fox’s trip to Haiti in False Truth 5… a place where Jordan encounters […]

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Left Hand

Are You A Latent-Lefty, Too?

I’m not left-handed, but lefties are my kindred spirits. Which is one of the reasons Jordan Fox is a lefty. You’re not surprised, are you? Real lefties put up with quite a few inconveniences that we righties hardly ever think about. Spiral  notebooks, those awkward school desks with the built-in armrest on the right side, […]

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Haiti Mountains

Can Jordan Out-Fox Haitian Kidnappers?

Jordan Fox, 22-year-old television rookie reporter, arrives in Haiti on assignment in my new release False Truth 5: A Jordan Fox Mystery. In Haiti, Jordan learns, life is cheap and crime is rampant. Which means the assignment is dangerously scary. Haiti still has one of the highest rates of kidnapping for ransom in the world. On […]

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Nutella

If Hot Chocolate Were a Thriller Novel…

Like a good thriller, every cup of hot chocolate should have a twist. That’s not necessarily a fact. It probably is. But since we aren’t completely sure, let’s call it a hypothesis that must be tested. TASTE TESTED. By us, the bookworms of the world. It’s our duty! There has never been a better time […]

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Photo by Matthew Yohe

4 Reasons Intern Jordan Fox Has a Shot at Fame

Intern It’s just about the lowest job on the totem pole, right? Only two spots lower – unpaid intern, and programs where the intern pays for the chance. Internship is an investment in a future career for Jordan Fox, star of  False Truth: A Jordan Fox Mystery. Intern Jordan Fox even has a good shot […]

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Bath with Fire

5 Ways to Embrace the Cold

It’s December now… the perfect time, in the words of Judge Willa Carson in Cold Justice, for “Hot chocolate, warm soups. Heavy sweaters, cozy comforters. Blazing fires in the fireplace. Good books.” (Too bad things don’t turn out to be quite that simple on Willa’s vacation!) I posted the above quote on Pinterest, and while […]

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Cold Justice

Willa’s winter vacation slams into Cold Justice

Judge Willa Carson planned a peaceful winter vacation in Michigan. Then, Willa remembers how much she hates the cold. Alright, not so bad once you remember how to deal with it, right? But, just as she’s about to embrace this perfect winter vacation, her plans literally slam to a screeching halt. Now I’ve given you a preview, and […]

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Herend Porcelain Angel

Pinterest: Simple concept, big world.

Are you on Pinterest?  Pinterest is one of those concepts that you might think you’d hate — and then, wow!  If you haven’t checked out Pinterest, I will try to explain it, but I’m sure I won’t do it justice. Fortunately, Pinterest is much easier and more fun to use than it is to explain. […]

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Due Justice

Debuting my new theme song!

I’ve been working hard on something very different for you. This time, it’s not a book, or even a story of any kind — it’s a theme song! I wanted a song because I thought the women in my books deserved it. They all work relentlessly to win, jumping hurdles and dodging bad guys along […]

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Pumpkin Pie

A Thanksgiving Poem from a Thriller Writer

Dear Friends, Normally I write with intrigue and thrill, But today I decided I’d sit back and chill And take a moment to appreciate you Be thankful, relax, and have pumpkin pie, too. It’s Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. of A. Since 1863, a National Holiday A perfect time to catch up on my reading […]

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