What do Munchkins and writing conferences have in common? To find out, skip over to my post on The Kill Zone.
Come visit me at The Kill Zone crime writing blog where I’ll tell you a dirty story…here.
What a great way to spend a hot July afternoon! Bad Rock Books recently hosted a lovely signing for four Montana authors. Debbie Burke, Karen Wills, Marie Martin, and Dr. Betty Kuffel chatted with old friends and new readers. Visitors dropped in to share adventures about hikes, bike rides, and raft trips in… Continue reading
Hold onto your beach chair as you get lost in a gripping summer read: Instrument of the Devil, award-winning thriller ripped from today’s headlines. Tawny Lindholm, a tour guide at Montana’s Hungry Horse Dam, doesn’t know her smartphone has been hijacked by charming Kahlil Sharivar, a terrorist who romances her while snaring her in his diabolical plot… Continue reading
Recently I kicked up my heels in New York at Book Expo America (BEA), the giant book fair for publishers, booksellers, librarians, and authors. A once-in-a-lifetime experience! My post about BEA appears on The Kill Zone. Book Expo America 2018
I never expected to come face to face with history in an airport shuttle bus. My plane out of JFK was late taking off, causing many passengers, including me, to miss our connections. At 10:30 p.m. on a Sunday night, a bunch of us wound up marooned in Salt… Continue reading
How many spam emails do you receive offering you money? Dozens? Hundreds? Scammers target millions through email. Most of us just hit delete. But some enterprising folks embark on a mission to get back at online fraudsters. They’re called “scambaiters” and my post at The Kill Zone delves into their… Continue reading
Recent headlines confirm we’re being monitored through our smart devices, internet searches, and social media. What if a terrorist used those tools to take control of an innocent woman’s life? In Instrument of the Devil, Tawny Lindholm learns the frightening answer to that question. Vulnerable and lonely after her husband’s death, Tawny finds hope in a… Continue reading
When someone goes missing because of foul play or accident, cadaver dogs can play a vital role in solving crimes and bringing closure to grieving family. Learn how these amazing dogs use scent in my post on The Kill Zone. Cadaver Dogs – The Nose Knows
Katie O’Rourke interviewed me for Today’s Author about Instrument of the Devil. Here’s the link. Thanks, Katie.