Tag: murder

Free to Kill (Katie Freeman Mysteries Book 1)

Free to Kill (Katie Freeman Mysteries Book 1)

| July 5, 2018

FBI Agent Katie Freeman’s life has been upended. After being reassigned from Louisiana to middle Tennessee, her new bosses suspect that her reassignment is due to an indiscretion with her previous partner. Now, she and her new partner, Michael Powell, are asked to assist on the bewildering case of a woman who was kidnapped, tortured […]

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The Orange Curtain

The Orange Curtain

| June 21, 2018

Things aren’t what they seem on the top floor of the South Coast Tower, a.k.a. The Orange Curtain, so named because of its glassy veneeer that reflects the sun, a fifty-story apartment building located in ritzy Newport Beach, California. A violent murder takes place in penthouse 5008, prompting an investigation by Lieutenant Detective Max Cusini and […]

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Have Mercy

Have Mercy

| June 16, 2018

What is truth? What is memory? Do we determine our own truths? Do we choose our memories? Readers will ask themselves: What is my truth and how far will I go to defend it? People, their oddities and their ordinariness, fascinate Samantha. She is completing her doctorate in neuro-psychology when she takes on the clinical […]

Winslow: The Lost Hunters

Winslow: The Lost Hunters

| June 15, 2018

A 15-year-old first-time hunter and her father go missing on the first day of hunting season: a wilderness guide whose only hope until now has been the ghost of his late wife, a wilderness hunt, an abandoned mine, a struggle to survive, a wolf in sheep’s clothing, and a daring escape attempt with a killer […]

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Banquet of Consequences: A Juror’s Plight – The Carnation Murders Trial of Michele Anderson

Banquet of Consequences: A Juror’s Plight – The Carnation Murders Trial of Michele Anderson

| May 22, 2018

On Christmas Eve 2007, Judy and Wayne Anderson’s daughter, Michele and her boyfriend, Joseph McEnroe, arrived at their home for a family meal. Unbeknownst to them, their daughter was armed with a loaded 9 mm pistol and McEnroe was carrying a .357 Magnum. Both parents were callously shot dead by the pair and their bodies […]

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Gamekeeper Turned Poacher (Kindle Countdown $0.99)

Gamekeeper Turned Poacher (Kindle Countdown $0.99)

| May 19, 2018

How many of the 600+ murders in the UK last year can you recall?   Former Detective Superintendent Jeffrey Brandt believes society has become so desensitised to the affronts to decency and humanity that its slumber of indifference has made it complicit in its own fracturing. No longer sworn to protect you, he has now […]

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Why Not Kill Her: A Juror’s Perspective – The Jodi Arias Death Penalty Retrial

Why Not Kill Her: A Juror’s Perspective – The Jodi Arias Death Penalty Retrial

| May 19, 2018

On June 4, 2008, at approximately 5:30 PM in a quiet suburb of Phoenix, Arizona, Jodi Arias stabbed Travis Alexander twenty-nine times, cut his throat and then shot him in the head. The killer then went to great lengths to cover up the crime, including sending his grandmother flowers, going to the memorial service, driving […]

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Brain Damage: A Juror’s Tale – The Hammer Killing Trial (A Juror’s Perspective Book 1)

Brain Damage: A Juror’s Tale – The Hammer Killing Trial (A Juror’s Perspective Book 1)

| May 16, 2018

On January 14, 2009, Marissa DeVault killed her husband, Dale Harrell, by striking him multiple times on the head with a hammer. It seemed like a simple case of murder, but questions remained. Was Dale Harrell a hapless, innocent victim of a brutal killing, or was this the final act of a desperate woman who […]

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Death-Talk Silence

Death-Talk Silence

| May 14, 2018

It’s April 1984, and sixteen-year-old Nick Cooper misses his dad. Grief-stricken and bored with his Midwestern life, he makes a decision that does not sit well with his parents, especially his stepfather. As a result, his stepfather kicks him out. Being unsuccessful with staying at his godfather’s arcade, Nick locates an abandoned warehouse where he […]

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Secret Life of a Juror: Voir Dire – The Domestic Violence Query (A Juror’s Perspective Book 4)

Secret Life of a Juror: Voir Dire – The Domestic Violence Query (A Juror’s Perspective Book 4)

| May 13, 2018

On January 23, 2014, the author reported for jury duty without taking notice to the media vehicles lined in front of the courthouse. He checked in unaware that 1200 others were also being counted as potential jurors. He did not know when he walked into the courtroom that the case of premeditated murder would change […]

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