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Trace Evidence by Diane Capri

Revealing New Book Cover in Heir Hunter Series

Revealing a new book cover is like Christmas morning to me. I’m thrilled to show you the new cover and see your reaction. I hope you love it as much as we do! Of course, we’re told not to judge a book by its cover, but that’s exactly what we do, right? And this cover […]

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Fatal Game: Jess Kimball Thriller by Diane Capri

Heart Surgeon Convicted: Jess Kimball Investigates

Book #7 in the Jess Kimball Thriller Series is Now Available! Early reviews for Fatal Game are coming in now and they are stellar! (Whew!) When the world is against you, get Jess Kimball on your side! A heart surgeon is in prison. His wife kidnapped. Her driver murdered. The police files are thick. Video […]

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Jess Kimball Trailer

Want to see Jess Kimball in Action?

New! Official Trailer For Jess Kimball Thrillers Here’s a glimpse of Jess Kimball in action, in the new trailer for the Jess Kimball Thriller Series. She’s an investigative journalist. But she’ll never be the type to sit and work at a desk all day. Jess is on a mission: find her missing son, who was […]

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When Doctors Go Bad

One of the fun parts about writing thriller novels is hiding the “bad guys” in unexpected places. That’s why, when I was dreaming up my newest Jess Kimball thriller, Fatal Game, one of the ideas I liked was for a doctor to be less than trustworthy.  Unfortunately, the storyline happens not only in fiction, but […]

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Who Needs Heir Hunters When There’s Ancestry.com?

Why hire an heir hunter when you can go to ancestry.com — or one of the many other online genealogy services out there? Frankly, because sometimes cases are just way too bizarre to be understood by a computer search. Michael Flint would know. He’s an heir hunter, and the star of my thriller Blood Trails. […]

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handcuffs

The Crime With No Tangible Weapon

What words do you associate with white collar crime? Maybe: Fraud? Finances? Business? Government? Justice? What about victim? Do white collar crimes have victims? If you’ve read my Jess Kimball Thrillers, Fatal Demand and Fatal Error, you know the answer is most emphatically yes. The FBI describes white collar crime as “characterized by deceit, concealment, […]

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Anatomy of a Murder

Why Fewer Cars Means More Movies for Michigan

I love Michigan. The bitter cold winters there, not so much. At this point in my life I mostly spend summers in Michigan and flock to Florida for winters. As a mystery/thriller novel writer, this is a plan that works out well for me. There’s something for everyone in Michigan. You know the state is […]

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When Identical Twins Complicate Crimes

Do you consider yourself a professional armchair detective? Are you a true crime connoisseur? An heir hunter in training? If so, riddle me this: TRUE OR FALSE? “Identical twins have identical DNA.” Think you know the answer?   Scroll down….   Down some more…   The answer is… True! Identical twins do have the same […]

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Home Invasion Is Key to Arrest in “Gone Girl” Case

So far, I’ve released very little information about my upcoming new Jess Kimball novel, Fatal Game. I like to keep most of the thrills secret until the last minute. But I will tell you this: Fatal Game involves a home invasion. I do extensive research when writing all of my thrillers to ensure that everything […]

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Celestial Events

Mysterious Mercury Will Show Itself Again

A transit of Mercury is very rare. It happens only 13 or 14 times every century. And, as luck would have it, it happens in my new upcoming book in the Heir Hunter Series, which is due out in August (pre-order here for U.S. or here for U.K.). Mercury’s transit occurs when the planet passes directly […]

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