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Dare I Call It Murder?

37 years ago today my parents set sail for Tahiti. I never saw them again: Dare I call it murder? These anniversary dates are tough, because they always trigger emotions lying deep in my gut. I do my my best … Continue reading

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36 Years Ago Today: Our Final Good-bye

Thirty-six years ago today I said good-bye to my parents. The next day, they set sail for the South Pacific aboard their 53-foot ketch, the Spellbound. I figured I’d see them again in a year or two. Three months later, … Continue reading

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“Dare I Call It Murder?” #3 in Amazon’s Top Rated True Accounts, #8 in Memoir

Not sure what to say about this other than I am taken aback by the great reception my book has received since its launch on July 9. Dare I Call It Murder?: A Memoir of Violent Loss  is #3 in … Continue reading

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Radio New Zealand Interview Today

Bridget Tunnicliffe of Radio New Zealand interviewed me yesterday about my book, Dare I Call It Murder?: A Memoir of Violent Loss. The interview is being broadcast this morning, and anyone can listen online to the streaming audio. RNZ will … Continue reading

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“Dare I Call It Murder?” Featured in ALLi News, Ranked in 5 Amazon Best-Seller Lists

The Alliance of Independent Authors featured my book in today’s news bulletin, noting that Dare I Call It Murder?: A Memoir of Violent Loss was “#2 on Amazon’s Hot New Releases list for Biographies & Memoirs and as high as … Continue reading

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Book Launch Day: Bittersweet Moment

People ask me, “Aren’t you thrilled that your book is finally coming out?” Yes. But it’s also a bittersweet moment. I wish I did not have to write this book. I’d rather my parents’—Loren and Jody Edwards—were alive and living … Continue reading

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Milestone Reached in Book’s March to the Press

Another milestone for a book—Dare I Call It Murder?: A Memoir of Violent Loss—the naysayers said would not (and in some cases “should not”) be published. Galley proofs for the hardback and paperback editions arrived this week and they look … Continue reading

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Book Launch July 9 — Dare I Call It Murder? — Win a Prize

Just when I had almost concluded my book Dare I Call It Murder? — A Memoir of Violent Loss, might never get published, things came together quickly and the date is set — July 9. We’ll have an online party … Continue reading

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Remembrance: The FBI enters the scene …

Thirty-five years ago today, at the Gendarmerie in Papeete, Tahiti, the FBI interviewed my brother for several hours about the suspicious deaths of our parents. At one point they took a break, and one of the agents—I dubbed him Steely … Continue reading

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Ann Rule, butt out and leave us survivors of violent loss alone

Sorry to bring up a depressing subject during this otherwise festive season, but I have to respond to this story in the San Diego U-T . . . Coronado mansion death gets ‘true crime’ treatment IMHO, Ann Rule is the … Continue reading

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