Excerpt from A Better Man

Excerpt from A Better Man

I just finished reading A Better Man, book #15 in Louise Penny's Inspector Gamache series. Inspector Gamache has been demoted back to head of homicide, which is really where he belongs. The murder of Vivienne Godin is a real brain-teaser. While I suspected the murderer ahead of time, I didn't have enough to quite be sure. Louise Penny is always a good read! ...
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Sale on What the Cat Knew $0.99

Sale on What the Cat Knew $0.99

If you don't already have it, you can currently get What the Cat Knew on all platforms for $0.99. Get it now, because this deal won't last! ...
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Delusions of the Past and other freebies

Delusions of the Past and other freebies

Looking for some new books to add to your Kindle? Delusions of the Past, book #6 of the Reg Rawlins Psychic Investigator series is free this weekend only. And I have gathered together a few other freebies you might be interested in as well. Scroll past Delusions of the Past to find the rest ...
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Excerpt from 30 Red Dresses

Excerpt from 30 Red Dresses

I just finished reading the short book 30 Red Dresses by Johan Twiss. This is a book that was featured in my post on books about human trafficking in January, and it caught my eye. If you've been reading my work for a while, especially my young adult fiction, you know that human trafficking, street kids, and abuse are topics close to my heart. ...
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Project Planning, Scheduling, and Bullet Journal

Project Planning, Scheduling, and Bullet Journal

I've read several articles or posts recently talking about how Bullet Journals are ineffective and take too much time and do not result in productivity. The complaint that a lot of people have is that a Bullet Journal requires you to make fancy layouts that need to be constantly redrawn, which takes a lot of time and is more artsy than productive. ...
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Excerpt from The Alice Network

Excerpt from The Alice Network

I am currently reading The Alice Network, by Kate Quinn. I don't read a lot of historical novels, but I am enjoying the twists and turns and the great historical and geographical details that are woven into the story. It is an engaging suspense book, and I am looking forward to finding out more about the espionage network and what has happened to Charlie's cousin. ...
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Delusions of the Past and other new releases

Delusions of the Past and other new releases

It's launch day for Delusions of the Past! Delusions of the Past is book #6 in the Reg Rawlins, Psychic Detective series. If you love paranormal cozy mysteries, this one is for you. The books in the Reg Rawlins series can be read as stand-alone mysteries, or you can read the whole series and enjoy the development of Reg and the supporting cast of characters in Black Sands. The set of books 1-3 of the series is still available for the sale price of $2.99, if you haven't read them. ...
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Excerpt from Dark Sacred Night

Excerpt from Dark Sacred Night

I am currently reading Dark Sacred Night by Michael Connelly. It is officially part of the Renee Ballard series, but also features Harry Bosch as well. While there are a number of negative reviews on Amazon, I have enjoyed it so far. Michael Connelly is a master writer, he knows how to build characters the reader cares about and he knows his police procedure ...
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Announcing the High-Tech Crime Solvers series

Announcing the High-Tech Crime Solvers series

Under the supervision of Uvi Poznansky, several of the authors who contributed to the Do No Harm medical thriller anthology banded together to write a new suspense series. The result is the High-Tech Crime Solvers series. Eight books of thrills, cutting-edge technology, and brilliant sleuths. ...
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Virtually Impossible

Virtually Impossible

From USA Today Bestseller, Barbara Ebel, comes a gripping techno-thriller, part of a multi-author series tied together by an interlocking cast of characters, all centered around the fantastic new promise of high technology and the endless possibilities for crime that technology offers, in a world where getting away with murder ...
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Virtually Undetectable

Virtually Undetectable

Trawling through the lawless corners of the dark internet is the last thing respectable bank manager, Rachel Foreman, expected to be doing. But she’s just been fired after falling for a cyber-scam, resulting in the identity-theft and online targeting of a female Fortune 500 CEO, accused, among other things, of the murder of a disgruntled former employee ...
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Virtually Timeless

Virtually Timeless

A strange inheritance lures a doctor and his private-eye sister to a remote cabin in the northwest Connecticut mountains ...
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Virtually Gone

Virtually Gone

Investigative reporter Julie Crenshaw stumbles upon the case of a lifetime--one that could cost her everything. When Julie is called on to investigate a string of sexual abuse cases, she doesn't expect to land in the crosshairs of a serial rapist. Soon she's in a race to find the facts before a killer makes her the headline ...
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Virtually Dead

Virtually Dead

A young rising-star ad executive, Michael Saleen, in Vancouver dies unexpectedly. The police think it’s just another “routine” auto accident, in spite of some odd findings. The executive’s wife feels otherwise ...
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Virtually Harmless

Virtually Harmless

Micah lived a quiet, comfortable life, her involvement in law enforcement limited to the composite pictures that she produced with her computer and colored pencils. But everything is turned upside down when she involves herself in the case of an infant found abandoned in the Sweetgrass Hills ...
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Virtually Undead

Virtually Undead

When Ralph is invited to play and critique a new video game, Virtually Undead, and suffers a fatal heart attack, along with nine other players, it quickly becomes apparent that virtual reality has reached out of the virtual world and into the real ...
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Virtually Lace

Virtually Lace

Haunted by discovering the body of a beautiful dancer, Michael recreates the murder scene in a virtual reality simulation. Can he solve the mystery, before the man who killed Lace turns on the woman he loves? ...
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Pet Poisoning Awareness

Pet Poisoning Awareness

March is Pet Poisoning Awareness month. It just so happens that my April release, Delusions of the Past, book #6 of the Reg Rawlins, Psychic Investigator series, includes plot twist (possibly) involving poisoning. ...
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Excerpt from Invisible Women

Excerpt from Invisible Women

I've just started reading Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men, by Caroline Criado Perez. As you might guess by the title, this one is not a thriller! But I am finding it very interesting. Not as a "feminist" book, but as a book about data, the way the world has been engineered, how what data we gather affects the results, and how to become more aware of these built-in biases. It is a fascinating subject ...
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The Telepathy of Gardens and other freebies

The Telepathy of Gardens and other freebies

It is that time again! Time for another freebie roundup. The Telepathy of Gardens, book #5 in the Reg Rawlins Psychic Investigator series is free this weekend, and I have stacked up a few more books you might like as well. ...
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Reg Rawlins, Psychic Investigator 1-3

Reg Rawlins, Psychic Investigator 1-3

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A self-professed con artist practicing as a contact to the dead, a drop dead gorgeous warlock , and a psychic cat—what could go wrong?


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What the Cat Knew

What the Cat Knew

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Reg Rawlins, professional con, has really gotten herself into a bind this time. 

The fortune teller gig started as a scam, but she suddenly finds herself tangled up in the case of Warren Blake, a man who she thought was dead. It turns out he may still be alive, but in mortal peril. 


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