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When Closed Adoptions Require Investigation

Many adopted or abandoned children, now adults, are on a mission to trace down their biological parents. Or at least, to find as much information about them as possible. Sometimes, such a search calls for a man like Michael Flint, the star of my thriller novel, Blood Trails. Michael Flint is a professional heir hunter. […]

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Feral Hogs

What is The Problem with Wild Mega Hogs?

There’s a big difference between wild pigs and the pigs you see at a petting zoo. Why do we care about wild pigs? Read on….. Texas knows this. And so does Michael Flint, as you’ll read in my thriller Blood Trails. His latest assignment as an Heir Hunter takes him to Texas, where he encounters […]

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Can Personality Help Track Down Ancestors?

My new release, Blood Trails, deals with the subject of DNA. The series stars Michael Flint, Heir Hunter. You’ve heard of ancestry.com, right? The website traces relatives, finding connections to people you didn’t know existed or — in the mind of this mystery writer — people who have gone missing. My new Heir Hunter series works […]

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Blood Trails

Meet the Heir Hunter of Last Resort: Michael Flint

Today is the day you can officially meet Michael Flint, Heir Hunter of Last Resort. Michael Flint is the star of Blood Trails, the first in my new Heir Hunter thriller series published by Thomas and Mercer, officially released today! Blood Trails is available NOW in ebook, paperback, and audiobook from Amazon!!! Order the eBook Order […]

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Blood Trails

BLOOD TRAILS Now Available for Pre-Order!

I’m thrilled to announce to you today that the first book in my new Heir Hunter Series is now available for pre-order! Michael Flint, the star of Blood Trails, makes a big promise — that he can find anyone, anytime, anywhere — dead or alive. How would you go about finding Laura Oakwood, a woman […]

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Bookworm Problems

Catching You Up On My Whirlwind Summer!

Ah, bookworm problems… This is the story of my life! Yours too? Except, in my case this summer, the whole “new book, no sleep” thing applies not only to reading, but also to writing! Yes, I’m writing a new book. Several, actually. Let me catch you up: I’ve moved my home base from Florida to […]

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Jack in the Green Quote by Diane Capri

In honor of #NationalCheeseDay, a quote, some wine, and a joke

Today, June 4th 2016, is National Cheese Day. Which means we’ll need some wine to pair with it, of course! FBI Agent Carlos Gaspar can help us whet our appetites. You remember the meal he devours in Jack in the Green, right? “The combination of ripe Bartlett pears, Gorgonzola cheese, candied walnuts and vinaigrette perfectly blended. […]

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Coffee

Do Your Ancestors Determine How You Drink Coffee?

So I read recently that genes determine how you process coffee. Without even glancing at my family tree, I can tell you that my ancestors must have DEVOURED coffee because I’ve got a serious penchant for it. Besides just plain liking or not liking the taste of it, genes determine how we process coffee/caffeine. For […]

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Who Do You Think You Are

Genealogy Hunters on Television

Have you ever seen that TV show called Who Do You Think You Are? It’s a television reality program that traces the family histories of celebrities. It’s based on a popular show in the UK by the same name. In the show, the celebrities come along for the journey as genealogists help them trace their family […]

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DNA Mystery

Are You An Amateur Heir Hunter?

Do You Use Ancestry.com? The popular genealogy website isn’t paying me to write this article, scout’s honor. So tell me honestly. I’m curious as to whether or not you use ancestry.com, and if so, why? I ask because I’ve gotten sucked into the power of online genealogy tracing while doing research for my new books […]

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