Monthly Archives: September 2013

Dare I Call It Murder?: 9 Weeks on Amazon Best-Seller Lists

A number of readers and fellow authors have asked me: “How’s your book doing?” I.e., how is it selling? Answer: Remarkably well, for which I am grateful. The support and response from readers has been more than I could hope … Continue reading

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Book News, Seattle Recap, River of Remembrance, Bookstore Events

Summary of the Book Update posted today on the Dare I Call It Murder? website: Incredible: The San Diego Union-Tribune features me and my book on the front page of today’s newspaper: “The lasting pain of murder’s ‘living victims’.” (Right … Continue reading

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Society’s Challenge: Survivors of Violent Loss

The survivors of violent loss who are gathering in the next few days to recognize the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims have added even more names to their ever-growing list. That list now includes the names of those … Continue reading

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Book Update: ‘Dare I Call It Murder?’ – News, Bookstores, Radio

Many of you have asked about the book and how it’s doing as it approaches the second monthiversary. It has been in the news again, bookstore events are scheduled for next two weeks and two radio interviews are on tap. … Continue reading

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Thank you, Barnes & Noble Booksellers

Thank you, Barnes & Noble. Yesterday, I stopped by the Barnes & Noble Booksellers’ Encinitas store in north San Diego County where I will be doing a book signing for┬áDare I Call It Murder?: A Memoir of Violent Loss on … Continue reading

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