PLEASE EXCUSE MY BADGE
PLEASE EXCUSE MY BADGE

by Isabella Maldonado More than two decades with a gun and badge changes you—for better and for worse. After retiring from the force, I found shifting to civilian life somewhat challenging, and discovered that being a cop requires certain behaviors and skills that don’t transition well. Here are a...

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DO NOVELISTS PREDICT THE FUTURE?
DO NOVELISTS PREDICT THE FUTURE?

by Karna Small Bodman Many authors say they get ideas “ripped from the headlines” and then do a “what if” to craft a tale. But what if, instead of following headlines, the author actually predicts them? Have you ever read a novel and later discovered that an event, historical reference, attack —...

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MY OLD FRIEND, HARRIET THE SPY
MY OLD FRIEND, HARRIET THE SPY

by Tracy Clark Recently, I was moving an overstuffed bookcase from one side of my den to the other to make room for a new recumbent bike that I had convinced myself at time of purchase that I would use a lot, and not just as a hook for my jackets, which the elliptical machine next to it had...

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Z.J. CZUPOR’S MYSTERY MINUTE
Z.J. CZUPOR’S MYSTERY MINUTE

She Moved Our Collective Consciousness by Z.J. Czupor This best-selling author lived a lifetime of contradiction and experimentation. She was born with a man's name. She wrote and experimented across numerous genres. She grew out of poverty to became rich and famous, and her writing explored the...

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CHRIS HOLM GOES ROGUE
CHRIS HOLM GOES ROGUE

Chris Holm. Tess Gerritsen calls Child Zero “a terrifying look at a world gone mad and the possible plagues to come.” Once a molecular biologist with a patent to his name, Chris's novels are not only award winning, they're addictive! Gayle Lynds: A big excited welcome to Chris Holm,...

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