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Earlier this year, the realms of law and new media collided when Lori Drew was hit with federal charges for creating a fake MySpace page and harassing a neighboring teenager, who then committed suicide. In another case of courtrooms v. CNN reports that party photos and pictures of defendants drinking or looking unrepentant have resulted in harsher sentences for people charged in drunk driving accidents, with prosecutors presenting the incriminating pictures as evidence that the defendant lacked remorse.
In one instance, a prosecutor showed the court a Powerpoint presentation of party photos that had been posted on Facebook by a year-old defendant after he nearly killed another driver in a three-car collision. A girl charged in a fatal drunken driving crash also had photos from her MySpace page downloaded by prosecutors, who used them in their pre-sentencing report.
You lean to, working altogether?? Is that metal, be C making. He teamed with Robert Cornett in the s to create the Vietnam Ground Zero series as well as write many science fiction novels. He makes his home in Iowa where, if nothing else, the seasons change and sometimes the sun shines. Bob Cornett Bob Cornett was born in a small town in Iowa no one has ever heard of. And he tries to keep it that way. Growing up, he developed an appreciation for hunting and fishing. At the University of Iowa, Bob worked for Dr. He has been a private investigator, a fire-medic, an outdoors writer, a junior college instructor in both creative writing and EMS, and a Marine no longer on active duty.
Bob now makes his home in New Mexico where he enjoys shooting, ham radio, and retirement when his three dogs and his cat will let him. Frances Garrood I first started writing as a child; mainly poetry, but there was one horrific novel mercifully, never finished in which a woman gives birth to a hideously deformed child in a thunderstorm. While I was bringing up my four children, I began writing and selling short stories to magazines before the enforced immobility following a fractured spine gave me the time to tackle my first novel, Dead Ernest.
Widowed in , I re-married and now live with my husband in Wiltshire, where I enjoy riding my horse in the beautiful Pewsey Vale, reading, writing, singing in our large church choir and keeping up with my grandchildren. I also write regularly to a prisoner on Texas Death Row and do local voluntary work with homeless and vulnerable adults.
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This could also make another great international thriller movie, or better yet a mini TV series. A very easy rating of 5 stars. His interests range across ornithology, tropical forest ecology and animal taxonomy. He has written numerous scientific papers as well as books, including the bestselling Naturalist's Guide to the Birds of Malaysia. Sapere Books will be publishing nine of Geoffrey's espionage novels. With four adult children and nine grandchildren, there is always plenty to do but her passion for writing occupies much of her time.
Following this, five years working in the voluntary sector for Victim Support brought a whole new range of experiences as she supported victims of crimes, from burglary to homicide. Combining these experiences with a lifelong love of writing, the fictional counsellor, Maggie Sayer, was created. Each book introduces three different clients for Maggie, as well as moving her own story along what is often a rocky path.
Other novels include Abduction which opens thirteen years after the abduction of three year old Grace Bryson, when her sister is convinced she has seen her alive.
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Dare the family hope again and if it is Grace, where has she been all these years? The police investigation is hampered by lies and deceit as secrets begin to surface. Danny himself is terrified as he is held prisoner, in fear of what his fate may be but an unexpected friendship springs up, one which will change his young life forever. After their degrees Gillian returned to Cornwall and Graham followed.
They have two children, Andrew and Hannah, and two grandchildren, Miranda and Sophie. Gillian and Graham now live in Northamptonshire.
Slaughter and Forgetting followed. In and Graham was shortlisted for the Debut Dagger again. The earlier novel, Death in Delft previously titled The Allegory of Art and Science , is set in 17th century Delft and features the philosophy lecturer and reluctant detective Master Mercurius.
Sapere Books will publish it in Get in touch with Graham You can check out Graham's website here and follow him on Twitter here. Briggs J. She now lives in a cottage in Cumbria. Dickens was fascinated by police investigation and by murder, in particular — there are plenty of murderers in his writing, and Dickens is credited with the creation of the first literary detective in Inspector Bucket who solves the murder of Mr Tulkinghorn in Bleak House. The second in the series is Death at Hungerford Stairs , and the third, Murder by Ghostlight, set in Manchester and London, was published in After that she took time out to hone her craft and with two successful independently published novels under her belt is delighted to be joining Sapere Books.
The timing is perfect because last year Jane and her husband fulfilled their dream of moving to Cornwall and, despite the obvious distractions of surf, sand and the great outdoors, she has now become a full time author. Jane writes contemporary romance with a twist of mystery and a glance back over the shoulder at the past. More than anything she is inspired by a place, delving back into its history to find stories which resonate with her modern characters — and her readers — alike.
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Coming soon Sapere Books will be publishing two timeslip novels looking back to World War 2. The first is a re-issue of Another You , a novel based in Dorset around the 60th anniversary of a tragic D-Day exercise. Archaeologist Rachel is trapped in a destructive pattern of behaviour as far as relationships are concerned, but the past has a habit of repeating itself and could provide her with the impetus she needs to break free. Jean Stubbs Jean Stubbs was born in in Lancashire. She lived in London for over 20 years, thriving on city life and later its publishing world. Her writings included innumerable short stories for magazines and collections, some of which have been adapted for radio.
Her books include three Victorian-set crime novels featuring the charismatic Inspector Lintott, and she also based some of her fiction on historical figures like Henry VII. In Jean moved to Cornwall with her husband, to live in a small stone cottage on the Lizard peninsula — a sea change.
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Jean died in John Matthews Crime and thriller writer John Matthews lives with his wife and son in Surrey, close to the Kent border. After gaining a Kent scholarship at his plus, he spent most of that summer taking entrance exams and gained acceptance to Dulwich College; but because his family were moving at the time, he ended up going to a less illustrious nearby Grammar school. John also spent a while in Spain during his early writing days where he had a regular doubles tennis game up until his tennis partners died hopefully not from his hard-edged tennis game, but more their heavy social drinking habits.
They have been translated into 14 languages with total sales of 1. In , Past Imperfect was included in a top ten all-time best legal thrillers list in The Times. He was one of only two British authors in the list. John is also an accomplished screenwriter, including a film adaptation for Past Imperfect and original screenplays, with two recent projects in collaboration with Nigel McCrery, creator of TV's Silent Witness and New Tricks.
Kate Dunn Kate Dunn comes from a long line of writers and actors: her great-great-grandfather Hugh Williams was a Welsh chartist who published revolutionary poetry, her grandfather, another Hugh Williams, was a celebrated film star and playwright and she is the niece of the poet Hugo Williams and the actor Simon Williams. Kate has acted in repertory, toured around Britain, the Far and Middle East and appeared in three West End plays, as well as a number of television productions. Get in touch with Kate You can check out Kate's other books on her website , or follow her on Twitter.
He is a part-time doctor, medical journalist and novelist, writing in several genres. Curiously, his medical background finds its way into most of his writing. In his spare time, Keith enjoy the movies, theatre and making bread. He plays golf, tennis and runs at carthorse speed. As a frustrated actor, he has found occasional solace as a supporting artist, but enough said about that!
Keith lives in West Yorkshire in England with his wife Rachel and whichever of his children and grandchildren happen to pop home. Kim Fleet Kim Fleet holds an MA and PhD in Social Anthropology and spent five years living and working in Australian Aboriginal communities, helping indigenous people gain access to their traditional country.