I know that when it comes to missing people, family members and loved ones never give up hope, never give up the search, never give up looking for some kind of answer. That’s the case for Jess Kimball, the investigative journalist who stars in my Jess Kimball Thriller Series. Her son Peter was kidnapped when […]
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If you’ve read any of my Jess Kimball books you’ll know that missing persons is a subject that pervades the series. Jess Kimball won’t rest until she’s found her son, who was kidnapped as an infant. Her job as an investigative journalist for Taboo Magazine keeps her fighting along the way for victims’ rights. Do […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
The Paris catacombs are a network of quarries and tunnels found beneath the historic city. Since its creation, the catacombs have served many purposes, from housing millions of deceased Parisians to acting as a bunker during World War II. These incredible winding tunnels still hold many of the city’s mysteries — including a few secrets of […]
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 […]
Libraries are a wonderful concept, aren’t they? It’s estimated that the earliest libraries date back to 2600 BC. Even in the digital age libraries are still in style. In fact, there are several great ways that you can access my books from your local public library without leaving the comfort of your favorite reading chair. […]
Ah, we made it to the first weekend of 2016! Are you exhausted from the holidays, or feeling renewed with the changing of the calendar? I’m a little bit of both, but mostly, I’m welcoming 2016 with open arms. 2015 was unbelievably busy, and I like the comfort implied in the even-numbered years. Quite a […]
Thank you Martha Bourke and Helen Hanson for inviting me to appear on BSR Radio today! Lots of fun for me! Here’s the interview, if you missed it. Simply click on the photo here: As always, thank you for reading! p.s. Don’t forget the three big activities I shared last week. April Showers you […]
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