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THANKSGIVING: PLEASURE OR PERIL?

For all of us celebrating American Thanksgiving, I hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend with friends and family.  As with every year – this year I am especially thankful for you, the best readers in the world! It may not be Thanksgiving Day where you live, but I still wish you a day full […]

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Chilling Photos From An Abandoned Cigar Factory

In the mystery serial False Truth that Beth Dexter writes with me, reporter Jordan Fox makes a visit to a cigar factory. I won’t give away any spoilers, but you know what I’m talking about if you’ve read the books that have been published so far. The factory Jordan goes to is a lot like this one, built in […]

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A Thanksgiving Poem from a Thriller Writer

Dear Friends, Normally I write with intrigue and thrill, But today I decided I’d sit back and chill And take a moment to appreciate you Be thankful, relax, and have pumpkin pie, too. It’s Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. of A. Since 1863, a National Holiday A perfect time to catch up on my reading […]

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Diane Capri Reveals Sue Grafton

Like millions of mystery readers, I’ve been a Sue Grafton fan from the letter A. “A is for Alibi,” that is. Sue’s first Kinsey Milhone story, the one that kicked off her extremely popular alphabet series, was published in 1982. Back then, I was dreaming of writing fiction one day. Sue was a trailblazer and […]

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