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The Baby In The Phone Booth

A few weeks ago we discussed the case of the Fronczak baby in relation to the unsettling trend of baby snatching. While 90% of these infants make it home to their parents unharmed, not all of these stories end happily. Jess Kimball is familiar with the horrifying and often disappointing journey of searching for a […]

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The Case Of The Fronczak Baby

A few weeks ago we discussed the unsettling trend of baby snatching. While 90% of these infants make it home to their parents unharmed, not all stories end happily. Jess Kimball is familiar with the horrifying and often disappointing journey of searching for a missing child. Her son Peter was kidnapped as an infant when […]

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The Pleasures And Perils Of The Rocky Mountains Pt. 2

In Fatal Dawn of my Jess Kimball Thriller Series, Jess takes a road trip through the Rocky Mountains, on the hunt for her son who was abducted when he was two. Jess has been disappointed by false leads before, but this time she’s determined to find her son’s captor and make him pay. Last week we […]

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The Pleasures And Perils Of The Rocky Mountains Pt. 1

In Fatal Dawn of my Jess Kimball Thriller Series, Jess takes a road trip through the Rocky Mountains. But this isn’t a regular road trip. A phone call that changes Jess Kimball’s life forever leads her on a breathless and dangerous chase. She has no time to enjoy the pleasures — or experience the perils […]

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The Case Of The Baby Snatcher

There are few crimes as unsettling as baby snatching. This is a crime so extreme that it’s often reserved for movies. But it happens in real life and the culprits may not be who you think they are. Since 1983 around 270 babies have been abducted from hospitals, nurseries, and even their own homes. Jess […]

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LIVING OFF THE GRID PART 2

If you’ve read books in my Hunt for Jack Reacher series, you know Reacher is as an expert at living off the grid. But he’s not the only one. In Part 1 of this blog, I asked: “In an increasingly monitored world where there seems to be no escape from security cameras, drones, and satellites, […]

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LIVING OFF THE GRID PART 1

If you’ve read books in my Hunt for Jack Reacher series, you know Reacher is as an expert at living off the grid. But he’s not the only one. Across the globe sixty-two million people are estimated to live off the grid in some capacity. Although there are varying definitions of what this unique lifestyle […]

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WHEN BULLETPROOF BACKFIRES

How do you catch a serial killer without becoming one of his victims? For FBI Agents Kim Otto and Carlos Gaspar, the answer is: brains, brawn, and bullet-proof vehicles. In, BLACK JACK, Otto and Gaspar are on a mission to find the elusive green paint bathtub killer. This is risky business that requires a lot of self-protection. […]

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TRUE CRIME: GRAND THEFT AUTO

Have you ever accidentally misplaced your car keys in your refrigerator? Maybe your subconscious is trying to tell you something. A new form of auto theft may mean that your fridge is actually the safest place to store your car keys. As I do with each of my books, while I was writing Black Jack […]

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Fair Justice by Diane Capri

Do You Know What You’re Drinking?

Do you know what is in your drinking water? Probably not. Neither did the residents in a small Florida town in the exciting short read, the 9th Willa Carson Mystery, FAIR JUSTICE  when a local reporter became suspicious when people in the community began suffering from a strange, debilitating illness. Like many of my plots, this one could […]

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