What words do you associate with white collar crime? Maybe: Fraud? Finances? Business? Government? Justice? What about victim? Do white collar crimes have victims? If you’ve read my Jess Kimball Thrillers, Fatal Demand and Fatal Error, you know the answer is most emphatically yes. The FBI describes white collar crime as “characterized by deceit, concealment, […]
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The Crime With No Tangible Weapon
By Diane on May 9, 2017 in Beyond The Covers, Blog, Jess Kimball Thrillers
When Too Much Money is a Problem
By Diane on March 28, 2017 in Beyond The Covers, Blog, Michael Flint
Is there such a thing as too much money? Possibly. Say, for example, when you don’t know who the owner is, hmm? That’s the world Michael Flint dives into in my mystery novel Blood Trails. Michael Flint is an Heir Hunter extraordinaire. Flint tracks down people who are heirs to a fortune. Why do these […]
Investing in Gold: Silly, Sound or Criminal?
By Diane on August 16, 2016 in Beyond The Covers, Blog, Hunt for Jack Reacher
Research for my thrillers usually takes some wild and crazy turns. Every book is sparked by an idea or an event and then, after a while, it can grow into a great story. Such was the case when one of my friends told me at lunch a couple of years ago that she was investing […]
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