Tag Archives | Jess Kimball

Diane Capri Reveals Louise Behiel

Here on Diane Capri Reveals, we’ve featured some of the biggest names in our genre, including my friends and colleagues Lee Child, the father of Rambo, David Morrell, my colleague at the Bar, Steve Berry, the dynamite writing duos Maxine Paetro (and James Patterson), Grant Blackwood (and James Rollins), and more. You can check out those posts by clicking HERE. Our series […]

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Thrilled to Wish You Happy Holidays!

Dear Friends, The holiday season is upon us. We have several things planned for you over the next few weeks. We hope you’ll enjoy them all! Let’s start with two gifts of holiday cheer from us to you.  One is free and the other is a special sale price to celebrate! The new Licensed to Thrill: […]

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Fatal Enemy – NEW! Jess Kimball Short Story – Now Available!

#1 Amazon Bestselling Author Diane Capri’s Jess Kimball is a hit! Investigative Journalist and Relentless Advocate Jess Kimball returns in Fatal Enemy, a new short story available now! Download a sample or buy a copy: CLICK HERE! Jess Kimball’s Impossible Mission: Protect Crime Victims Relentless victims’ rights advocate Jess Kimball and Jack Reacher both deliver justice when […]

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Diane Capri Reveals Indie Author Jillian Dodd

A year ago, I began this unexpected indie journey. Along the way, I’ve been blessed to meet some amazing independent authors who helped me travel the path with unexpected warmth and generosity. If you’re reading and enjoying my books and this blog, we have these authors to thank. Above all, these folks demonstrate every day […]

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Introducing Jess Kimball

The Invisible Gorilla Experiment and You

Four years ago, when I was plotting my new book, Fatal Distraction, the first job was finding the central crime that pits the psychopathic villain against Jess Kimball. Because I write crime fiction with hopeful endings, a compelling central crime must be each story’s focus. The news of the day generally provides more than enough […]

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Beware: Psychopaths Among Us (Part Two)

We’re back today with therapist and writer Louise Behiel, author of the terrific new release Family Ties, discussing the Psychopaths Among Us, and particularly the villain in my latest thriller, Fatal Distraction. This is Part Two of the series. If you missed Part One, you’ll want to read that first. Louise Behiel: Before we start, […]

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Beware: Psychopaths Among Us (Part One)

Because the stronger the villain, the better the story, I chose a true psychopath for Jess Kimball’s Fatal Distraction nemesis. A villain with no conscience is one of the most difficult to vanquish because their behavior makes no sense to the rest of us. We simply don’t jump to that conclusion at the start. Instead, […]

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Tubthumping Women Rule in Fatal Distraction

Fatal Distraction, like the rest of my books, is about strong women who never, never, never give up until they triumph over life using their inherent gifts – and sometimes, humor and an equalizer. Jess Kimball and Helen Sullivan don’t have to bring home the bacon and fry it up in a pan, but they know […]

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True! The Tell-Tale Heart(less)

Have you read The Tell-Tale Heart? Edgar Allen Poe, perhaps the father of the modern thriller, published this short story in 1843. It has fascinated and stood the test of time partly because of its narrator. He’s a cold, rational, calculating killer. But he’s not a psychopath. Why? Because what drives him insane is guilt. Psychopaths are without […]

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How many times will he get away with murder?

Before Don’t Know Jack, before Agents Otto and Gaspar began their Hunt for Reacher, another story nagged to be written. A story and a cast I really hope you’re going to love. Especially Jess Kimball. Let me introduce you to them now and the book we’re launching tomorrow. I was writing Florida crime fiction and […]

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