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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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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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Name Your Favorite Underdog for a Prize!

I was thinking lately about some themes that all my books have in common (besides the mystery/thriller element of course!) and came to the conclusion that all my books are, in some way, about the underdog prevailing. In the Hunt for Jack Reacher books, the idea is that Jack Reacher is HUGE and FBI Special […]

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Unlucky 7

Seven Tales of Murder in Small Towns

7 tales of murder in small towns. A new Willa Carson mystery. Limited time. 99 cents. It all sounds too spine-tingling to be true, doesn’t it??? Well, that’s the description of Unlucky 7, the new mystery anthology released TODAY!!! My contribution to this anthology is the NEW WILLA CARSON MYSTERY Cold Justice A killer targets Judge Willa Carson […]

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Lee Child Visits Chicago

Lee Child is signing books in Chicago this week. One of my favorite people in one of my favorite cities? How I wish I could be there! I blogged recently about how much I love Chicago and why everyone should visit if they get a chance. Well, here’s yet another reason to go to Chicago. The […]

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Cuban Sandwich

The Cuban Sandwich: Fit For A Foodie

Have you ever had a Cuban sandwich? In Jack in the Green, Carlos Gaspar remarks that he doesn’t consider himself a foodie. “A good Cuban sandwich was good enough for him. And any dessert made with guava.” He’s thinking about food… as usual… on the way to dinner at George’s Place – the restaurant owned […]

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You Don't Know Jacques

Today is National Defy Superstition Day (No Joke!)

Can you believe we’ve got a National Defy Superstition Day? (Who knew?) Are you superstitious? Kim Otto isn’t, but in Get Back Jack, she’s amused when Frances Neagley says, “Fist bump. It’s what the special investigators always did before and after a mission.” “Who knew you were so superstitious,” Kim said. Defying superstitions is the […]

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Quick Thrills Giveaway

Sunday Special: Lee Child Mania

Lee Child’s new novel, Personal, was released this week, and boy, what a media whirlwind it’s been. The guy’s been doing book signings at Barnes and Noble and other bookstores, attending question and answer sessions, and he appeared on CBS This Morning. Next week he’s throwing out the first pitch at a New York Yankees […]

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Hit the Road Jack

5 Books in 1 New Paperback Today!

You asked us to publish all of my e-books in paperback and we’ve been working on it. We’re thrilled to let you know that today’s the day.  Now, ALL FIVE HUNT FOR REACHER BOOKS and TWO HUNT FOR JUSTICE BOOKS are available in paperback! Don’t Know Jack and Get Back Jack were already out in […]

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