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Book of Month Club September

Diane Capri Swag in This Month’s Giveaway!

Have you joined the Thriller Book of the Month Club yet? It’s operated by The Twelve, and offers a different giveaway of a bundle of swag every month from a different author. The Twelve is a group of bestselling authors, writing across the boundaries of thriller, mystery, horror, and crime. The author featured in September […]

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Cover Your Laptop Cameras… Hackers Can Peer In!

Technology… is a queer thing. It brings you great gifts with one hand, and it stabs you in the back with the other. – Carrie Snow, comedian Carrie Snow is right on the money with this observation about technology. We love it and we hate it, don’t we? I’m thinking specifically today about cameras. The […]

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Inside Human Trafficking: Part 2

As I planned, researched, and wrote Deep Cover Jack, it quickly became clear that we’d be dealing with some pretty heavy topics in this book. That’s often the case when writing thrillers, but this newest Hunt for Jack Reacher thriller required research on human trafficking. In Part 1 of this blog, I told you some […]

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BLOOD TRAILS Now Available for Pre-Order!

I’m thrilled to announce to you today that the first book in my new Heir Hunter Series is now available for pre-order! Michael Flint, the star of Blood Trails, makes a big promise — that he can find anyone, anytime, anywhere — dead or alive. How would you go about finding Laura Oakwood, a woman […]

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Gold Smuggling

Gold Smuggling Running Rampant…

“It’s not insane. Lots of people do it. Gold investing’s not just for billionaires and crazy survivalists, you know.” –Deep Cover Jack by Diane Capri It’s true. Lots of people invest in gold. (Here, I explain why.) It’s especially popular in India, where gold is not only an investment but also is culturally important. In 2009, India […]

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7 Quotes for DEEP COVER JACK Release Day

Deep Cover Jack releases today and tomorrow (September 1 and 2, 2016)! This is the 4th novel (and 7th book) in the Hunt for Jack Reacher Series. Are you superstitious? Do you think 7 is a lucky number? There are 7 days of the week. Snow White had 7 dwarves. There are 7 notes in […]

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Night Manager

Dangerous Games of The Night Manager

Have you seen or read The Night Manager? It gave me a lot of dramatic insight into one of the topics touched on in my thriller Deep Cover Jack: arms dealing. The six-hour miniseries is based on the novel by John le Carré. The Night Manager was a thrill to watch and is nominated for […]

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5 Things You’ll Want To Know About Lee Child’s Book

The countdown is really on now! We’re just about a week away from the release of Deep Cover Jack on September 1 and 2, 2016. I’m starting to think about how I’m going to celebrate. Release dates are on a Thursday and Friday, which bodes well for a weekend celebration. Hmmm… the stars might be […]

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Human Trafficking

Inside Human Trafficking: Part 1

As I planned, researched, and wrote Deep Cover Jack, it quickly became clear that we’d be dealing with some pretty heavy topics in this book. That’s often the case when writing thrillers, but this newest Hunt for Jack Reacher thriller, required research on human trafficking.  Human trafficking is defined in the Trafficking Protocol as: “the recruitment, transport, […]

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Thriller Book of the Month Club

August #Giveaway from THE TWELVE

The Twelve Presents: Thriller Book of the Month Club! In case you haven’t heard the news yet, I’m a part of a group of bestselling authors called The Twelve, and we’ve formed a Thriller Book of the Month Club! That means that every month, we have a different author of the month and a different bundle of prizes […]

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