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Sunday Special: The Importance of Body Language

We’ve been talking about body language a bit this week because we all know body language communicates at least as much as words do. As readers, we love words and communication. As mystery readers, we’re fascinated by the hidden meanings. So body language is a natural area of interest for us, and usually a source […]

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False Truth Mystery Serial: The Thrilling Conclusion!

It’s been a long and winding road from Jordan Fox’s first day on the job. Who killed Jordan’s mother? Why did they do it? Will Jordan bring them to justice? And what about Claire, Clayton, Theresa and Jordan’s dad? I feel like all of these story people are my friends, you know? The exciting conclusion, False […]

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False Truth Boxed Set 1-4 Flat

Mystery Serial: First 4 Books FREE!

On Saturday, I told you the thrilling news that iBooks is offering False Truth 1-4 for FREE for a very limited time! (Have other retailers done the same? Maybe so! Check them out!) The Boxed Set contains the first FOUR books in the False Truth Jordan Fox Mystery Serial. The False Truth Mystery Serial contains […]

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False Truth Boxed Set

Do You Know Jordan Fox?

I’m THRILLED to let you know iBooks is offering the False Truth 1-4 Boxed Set FREE for a very limited time!!! Follow Jordan Fox’s quest to find her mother’s killers, prove her dad’s innocence, and win her dream job. This serial has all the smart mystery/thriller elements you’ve come to expect from my books. Excitement, action, unusual plots, […]

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Feeling Awkward On Mother’s Day?

Mother’s Day is this weekend in the U.S., and while it’s meant to be an occasion of appreciation for some of the hardest working women in the world, it doesn’t work out that way all the time. For people who have lost mothers, or who have lost children, or have strained relationships, the holiday can be much […]

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Jet Lagged Dog

Saturday Special: All About Jet Lag

Is it really already May? I’ve been back from London for, what, more than a week now? And I think I’ve FINALLY fully recovered from the jet lag. Man, that stuff is no joke! I wrote a bit about air travel earlier this week because I spent two days on airplanes lately and the Flight […]

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Etihad The Residence

Flights So Luxurious You’d Wish They Were Longer

When Jess Kimball boards Flight 12 from JFK to Rome, she’s traveling coach. On the Hunt for Jack Reacher, Kim Otto and Carlos Gaspar fly coach, too. I would venture to guess that for most of us, air travel means a tight seat with very little leg room in Economy class, similar to the British Airways […]

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Haiti Earthquake Survivor

2 Kids Who Beat the Odds in Haiti

One of the most miraculous stories to arise out of the Haiti earthquake catastrophe of 2010 was the four-month-old who was found alive in the rubble four days after the quake. Can you believe it’s been five years since the earthquake? When I was doing research for False Truth Books 4-6, much of which takes place […]

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Dali Museum

Diane Capri Steps Into the Shoes of Jordan Fox

I recently had an opportunity to step into Jordan Fox‘s world and it was truly surreal. No, I wasn’t sent to solve a cold case or to investigate a suspicious airplane crash. I was invited to a press event – a VIP reception and  preview of the “Dalí and da Vinci” art exhibit at St. Petersburg’s Dalí […]

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book reading

What’s your biggest reading pet peeve?

If you’re anything like me, there’s been more than one occasion when you’ve started a book and read a few pages or a few chapters, set the book down, and never came back. It happens. No shame in that. But WHY does it happen??? That’s the question that a recent Fussy Librarian survey addressed, and it got […]

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