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Missing in Wyoming: Jess Kimball Is On The Case

What To Read While We Wait for Fatal Game in May 2017 So, I have a new Jess Kimball novel coming out May 20th. It’s a thriller called Fatal Game, and I think you’ll love it. Fatal Game features our favorite vigilante reporter, Jess Kimball. Jess generally believes that the guilty rarely get their just reward. She’s […]

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Abducted at Birth… Alive and Well 18 Years Later

The search for missing children isn’t always hopeless. Jess Kimball, an investigative journalist for Taboo Magazine, is well aware of that. She’s been searching for her kidnapped son, Peter, for years now. She lives every day with the belief that hope is the best approach. The real-life mother of a baby girl named Kamiyah Mobley can […]

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Invisible Dangers

Do you think we realize just how debilitating hacking can be? For readers like my friend, Lee Child, who smile at FBI Special Agent Kim Otto’s constant vigilance, here’s a real life story that supports her behavior.  In October of 2016, hackers took down the 911 emergency phone system throughout parts of the U.S. The […]

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MacDill AFB Hopes For More Stratotankers

Back in 2014, I blogged here about MacDill Air Force Base adding eight Stratotankers to its fleet. At the time, I was researching MacDill Air Force Base for my book Jack in the Green. That particular book is available now, and I continue to write the Hunt for Jack Reacher Series, and I continue to […]

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Amy Brechtel Missing Poster

Missing in Wyoming: The Amy Bechtel Case

My next short read, a Jess Kimball thriller designed to draw you into this series, Fatal Edge, takes place in Wyoming, where my hard-working, relentless, fearless investigative journalist finds herself involved in the mystery of a missing woman. In Fatal Edge, without giving too much away, the missing woman has a boyfriend (a spoiled rich […]

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Music in Michigan: It’s More Than Motown

As an author, my career allows me to live the snowbird lifestyle, spending part of my year writing mysteries and thrillers in Florida, and spending summers doing the same in Northern Michigan. It’s not time for snowbirds to flock north just yet, but we’re getting closer. And I’m looking forward to it — I just […]

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When Too Much Money is a Problem

Is there such a thing as too much money? Possibly. Say, for example, when you don’t know who the owner is, hmm? That’s the world Michael Flint dives into in my mystery novel Blood Trails. Michael Flint is an Heir Hunter extraordinaire. Flint tracks down people who are heirs to a fortune. Why do these […]

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Jack and Kill

Is That Device Spying On You?

As you know, I write a series of novels about two FBI agents working off the books to find Jack Reacher. (Learn about the Hunt for Jack Reacher Series HERE.) Although Agents Kim Otto and Carlos Gaspar are off the books, they are never unwatched. The efforts they make to both avoid and use the […]

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True Justice by Diane Capri

Night At Jazz Club Ends In Murder: New Thriller

Exciting Short Read! Judge Willa Carson returns in this chilling story from New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Diane Capri! True Justice is the latest in the Hunt for Justice Thriller Series, featuring Tampa’s beloved Federal Judge Willa Carson. True Justice follows two other recent short reads in the series — False Justice, […]

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“It’s Complicated” In the Search for Jack Reacher

In my thriller Get Back Jack, FBI Special Agents Kim Otto and Carlos Gaspar trace the trail of Jack Reacher’s friends. But are these people actually friends/former friends of Reacher’s or are they enemies?? Relationships are complicated. According to a study by Tel Aviv University, only 50% of friendships are mutual. Hard to believe, but you […]

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