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The Pleasures And Perils Of The Rocky Mountains Pt. 1

In Fatal Dawn of my Jess Kimball Thriller Series, Jess takes a road trip through the Rocky Mountains. But this isn’t a regular road trip. A phone call that changes Jess Kimball’s life forever leads her on a breathless and dangerous chase. She has no time to enjoy the pleasures — or experience the perils […]

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MYSTERIOUS MURDER WEAPONS

What do green paint, electric guitars, and sweatpants all have in common? Murder. Every seasoned mystery reader knows that anything can be used as a murder weapon. If you’ve read The Hunt For Jack Reacher Series you also know that I’ve spent a lot of time researching real life crimes to keep my readers on […]

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True Crime: Hidden Heroes

Like a many of my thrillers, The Hunt For Jack Reacher Series focuses on catching the killer. But what happens when the killer leaves a messy trail behind him? After investigators have collected evidence and analyzed the crime scene, someone must clean up what is left behind. In BLACK JACK, a serial killer is on […]

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TRUE CRIME: GRAND THEFT AUTO

Have you ever accidentally misplaced your car keys in your refrigerator? Maybe your subconscious is trying to tell you something. A new form of auto theft may mean that your fridge is actually the safest place to store your car keys. As I do with each of my books, while I was writing Black Jack […]

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Why Biotechnology Might Save Your Life

Did you know that our survival often depends on Biotechnology? Not to mention great thriller stories! Many amazing medical discoveries from X-rays to bionic body parts can be attributed to Bio-Medical research and engineering. Both have saved millions of lives through the creation of vaccines, antibiotics and medical devices. I often use medical plots in my […]

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Travel to Africa: The Pleasures and Perils

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been discussing the pleasures and perils of some of the spots Jess Kimball passes through in Fatal Bond: A Jess Kimball Thriller. I blogged recently about Spain and Gibraltar. From Gibraltar, Jess flies onward to Africa where she spends time in several African countries. Africa is known for its […]

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Black Jack: Hunt for Jack Reacher Thriller by Diane Capri

New Book Cover! Next Hunt for Jack Reacher Book!

I am thrilled to reveal to you my first book of 2018 and my next brand new release in the Hunt for Jack Reacher Series!   Authorized and Recommended by Lee Child! Diane Capri’s Award-winning and Bestselling Hunt for Jack Reacher Series continues! “Make some coffee. You’ll read all night.” Lee Child, #1 New York […]

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Travel to Gibraltar: The Pleasures and Perils

In Fatal Bond of my Jess Kimball Thriller Series, Jess takes a road trip to Gibraltar enroute to Africa. She recognizes the famous Rock of Gibraltar but then is immediately on her way to Africa with no time to enjoy the pleasures — or experience the perils — of Gibraltar.   Gibraltar is British territory […]

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Malaria Impact Worldwide

The Threat of Malaria on Jess Kimball’s Journey

Jess Kimball gave her word to help a friend’s son – and her word is her bond.  Follow Jess Kimball into Spain and Africa in her latest thriller, Fatal Bond, where she encounters threats on her life — and a life threatening disease: malaria, one of the most severe public health problems worldwide. Malaria is a mosquito […]

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Is There Such A Thing As Being Too Loyal?

The definition of loyalty is ”faithful adherence to leader or cause.” The definition certainly fits Jess Kimball of my Jess Kimball Thriller Series. She constantly puts her life on the line while searching for her missing son and for people she believes need her help. Bus is there such a thing as too much loyalty?  It’s […]

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