June 10, 1991 started off as an ordinary day. Jaycee Dugard, 11 years old at the time, was wearing her favorite all pink outfit. Her mom had left for work early and Jaycee, shy as a child, was worrying about an upcoming field trip while walking up a hill, against traffic to the school bus […]
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Jaycee Dugard: 18 Years in Captivity
Travel to Africa: The Pleasures and Perils
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been discussing the pleasures and perils of some of the spots Jess Kimball passes through in Fatal Bond: A Jess Kimball Thriller. I blogged recently about Spain and Gibraltar. From Gibraltar, Jess flies onward to Africa where she spends time in several African countries. Africa is known for its […]
Travel to Gibraltar: The Pleasures and Perils
In Fatal Bond of my Jess Kimball Thriller Series, Jess takes a road trip to Gibraltar enroute to Africa. She recognizes the famous Rock of Gibraltar but then is immediately on her way to Africa with no time to enjoy the pleasures — or experience the perils — of Gibraltar. Gibraltar is British territory […]
Travel to Spain: The Pleasures and Perils
In Fatal Bond, Jess Kimball has international adventures across Spain, Gibraltar, and Africa. Her adventures are filled with car chases, near misses and near death experiences, but in each spot she finds a small oasis as peril looms. In Spain, Jess stops at a local restaurant and wolfs down tapas and beer mixed with lemonade, […]
The Threat of Malaria on Jess Kimball’s Journey
Jess Kimball gave her word to help a friend’s son – and her word is her bond. Follow Jess Kimball into Spain and Africa in her latest thriller, Fatal Bond, where she encounters threats on her life — and a life threatening disease: malaria, one of the most severe public health problems worldwide. Malaria is a mosquito […]
“Never Give Up”: Good Or Bad Advice?
If you’re like many of us, you’re making a New Year’s Resolution right about now. How long will it last? To what lengths should you go to achieve it? Winston Churchill’s famous quote about “never, never, never” giving up may come to mind: “Never give in, never give in, never, never, never, never-in nothing, great […]
Last Call! Jess Kimball Double Feature on Sale!
Looks like the retailers are offering you one last chance to begin reading the best thriller series you haven’t started yet! Get Fatal Starts for just 99 cents! And at that price, you’ll want to gift a few copies to your friends, too! (I did!) Of course, double check the price before you purchase, but you […]
Is There Such A Thing As Being Too Loyal?
The definition of loyalty is ”faithful adherence to leader or cause.” The definition certainly fits Jess Kimball of my Jess Kimball Thriller Series. She constantly puts her life on the line while searching for her missing son and for people she believes need her help. Bus is there such a thing as too much loyalty? It’s […]
There’s Time For One More Book in 2017!
Only have a short time to read a NEW Jess Kimball Thriller? Fatal Past, an exciting short read is available for your reading consumption now! In Fatal Past, Jess Kimball’s past mingles with the past of those buried in the Paris catacombs. Sam Sommers has just retired from the Denver PD and has a few weeks of R&R […]
Holiday Mystery Sale: December 8-12
Why not snuggle up with some new books this holiday season? Holiday Mystery Sale December 8-12, 2017 I’m teaming up with a fantastic group of authors to brighten your holiday season! Eleven terrific mysteries, all reader favorites, each on sale for only 99 cents! Sale lasts December 8-12. My Double Feature, Fatal Starts is […]
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