“The Jogger”

Exciting news! My short story "The Jogger" is now up at All Worlds Wayfarer. Many moons ago, Ray Bradbury wrote a story where he explored the idea that the looky-loos at all accidents were actually the same people every time. Well, you know how it always seems like joggers find the bodies? (As one friend … Continue reading “The Jogger”

Creepy, Beautiful Things

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com By now, we’ve all seen the incredible spider web video footage and photography coming out of Australia. If you haven’t, you can look at it here and then come back. I’ll wait. Severe flooding drove millions of spiders inland. Perhaps you remember earlier this year when news footage of spiders … Continue reading Creepy, Beautiful Things

A Killer by Design: Murderers, Mindhunters, and My Quest to Decipher the Criminal Mind by Ann Burgess

*I received a review copy from Hachette for an honest review.For those who have read John Douglas' Mindhunter and Robert Ressler's Whoever Fights Monsters, you already know Ann Burgess -- the psychologist behind the groundbreaking studies which drove the development of criminal profiling as a crime-fighting technique. She's authored and co-authored several books, but this … Continue reading A Killer by Design: Murderers, Mindhunters, and My Quest to Decipher the Criminal Mind by Ann Burgess

Mare of Easttown: A Detective’s Defining Case

https://youtu.be/miQqyfO66uw Like everyone else this weekend, I was watching the finale to the limited series Mare of Easttown. Having worshipped Kate Winslet from Heavenly Creatures onward, and seeing how much crime fiction/film/shows I consume, Mare feels like it was created just for me. I started watching seven weeks ago (Who releases a show one week … Continue reading Mare of Easttown: A Detective’s Defining Case