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New Mystery: Stunned Reporter Asks Judge for Help

It’s a mini-holiday in my world today. It’s New Short Read Release Day! Introducing … the newest exciting short read! A Judge Willa Carson thriller … Fair Justice! Join me in celebrating this new release When a young reporter assigned to cover Judge Willa Carson’s courtroom for the local television station is sent on a […]

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Do We Have A Liar On Our Hands?

Americans pride themselves on freedom of speech. But of course, freedom to speak doesn’t mean freedom from consequences. There are limits. Certain words are banned from certain television stations, you can’t make statements that are likely to incite violent actions (like shouting “fire!” in a public theater), and libel and slander are punishable under the […]

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Plane Worst Case Scenario

Air Travel Worst Case Scenarios

Flying commercial is a very safe form of travel, but FBI Special Agent Kim Otto is a nervous flyer. Why? Because she knows things can go wrong and she has no control when they do. Her job on Hunt for Jack Reacher requires air travel almost constantly. What does she do? She feels the fear and does it anyway. Every […]

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Kiss of Death Giveaway

Kiss of Death Giveaway – Win A #Kindle And #Books!

Enter for a chance to win 1 of 5 Kindles AND 1 of 5 $25 Amazon gift cards — Plus — Every Entrant WINS 20 FREE Books! February is the perfect month for reading. It’s nice to snuggle up with a great book in the winter, isn’t it? It’s especially exciting to ready thrillers, mysteries, […]

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Gold Coins

Man Finds $3.7 Million… Where?!

True Story: Major Surprise Comes with Man’s Inherited House In my book Blood Trails, I write about how complicated it can get when there is a fortune to be inherited. In the case of Blood Trails, a fictitious wealthy Texan named Sebastian Shaw hires Flint to find the woman who owns the mineral rights to […]

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7 Lessons on Success from Oil Tycoon Pickens

Based on everything I’ve read, T. Boone Pickens is a complicated man. He pursues wealth and then he gives it away — with great generosity. He’s a Republican unafraid to critique members of his own party. He’s an oil driller who fights for environmental causes. And he has a knack for turning losses into gains. He’s […]

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DB Cooper

The Man Who Disappeared From A Plane: New Clue

Do you remember the D.B. Cooper case? It’s one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of the past century. We learned about a new clue this month, that’s actually pretty fascinating and has the potential to solve the case. I’ll tell you what the new clue is in a moment, but first, a quick review of […]

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Motown Museum Hitsville

Famous Motown Spots in Michigan

You know Motown is a portmanteau, right? I only know the word because I’m from Michigan, and draw on the state’s history in the books I write. A portmanteau in this case is when you blend two words to make a new word. Like ‘spork’, or ‘liger.’ In this case, ‘motor’ and ‘town’ join to form Motown, […]

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New Cryptic Email Involves Judge Carson

New Willa Carson Short Available NOW! I don’t know about you, but for me, this month has flown by. I’ve been working hard at the keyboard most of the month and I’m pleased to say that I finished and submitted the next Michael Flint book to my editor. As soon as they tell me a […]

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Bookworm Problems

3 Bookworm Problems You Know All Too Well

I know this has happened at least once in the past week to all true bookworms! (Though maybe at a different hour…) Some of us have this problem below, which I think of as “reader’s guilt.” Non-bookworms just don’t understand that reading IS doing something! Something very important, in fact! And then there’s Bookish Problem […]

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