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Lots going on this week, from a lovely review of The Zen Man to the best private detective blogs of 2012.

5 Star Review of THE ZEN MAN by MacKenzie Brown

Super review from MacKenzie Brown on Goodreads:

A fantastic read from start to finish. Reminded me a great deal of the […]

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Today I’m sharing some slides from a presentation my PI-lawyer-husband and I gave last April at the Pike’s Peak Writer’s Conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  For this presentation, we gave a “big picture” view of skip tracing to help writers craft scenes where their private investigators/sleuths need to track someone.

Below are a […]

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Sometimes at our detective agency my husband-PI-partner and I wrap up a strange process service and we say, “Never again.”

One reason we can say this, and even pretend we’re going to no longer accept process services, is because husband-PI-partner is now also a lawyer and, fortunately, his caseload is growing.

But we’re still running […]

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While driving home last night, I heard one of my favorite bands from a long-ago era: The Flying Burrito Brothers (for those unfamiliar with this band, they were a bunch of cosmic country dudes headed by Gram Parsons, the musician who also first discovered Emmylou Harris).

Flying burritos, the food not the […]

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