Tag Archives: Thriller Thursday

Thriller Thursday: Child Killers Roaming The Streets

Due to this post from Roni Loren (thank you for the warning, Roni) I’ve decided to remove most photos from Thriller Thursday. I hope you’re still able to enjoy them! On February 12, 1993, security cameras at the Bootle Strand Shopping Center … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday: Suspense vs. Thrillers–Easy Peasy, Right?

This post originally appeared as a part of  Nicole Basaraba’s genre series, and she’s been nice enough to give me permission to repost it for Thriller Thursday.  When Nicole first asked me to write this guest post, I jumped at … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday Welcomes Diane Capri

I’m very excited to have bestselling thriller writer Diane Capri visiting today! Diane writes nasty villains and strong female characters, and she’s just launched her first novel in the Jess Kimball series, FATAL DISTRACTION. Diane, thanks so much for stopping … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday: A Real Life Bluebeard

Old fairy tales are scary as hell. In The Legend of Bluebeard (“La Barbe bleue”, Tales of Mother Goose, Charles Perrault, 1697), a hideous man with a strange blue beard and a wealthy estate is known to have had several wives who disappeared. … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday: Walking Among The Dead With Laura Pauling

I’m thrilled to be a part of Laura Pauling’s wonderful series Spies, Murder, and Mystery to help celebrate the release of her excellent debut novel, A SPY LIKE ME. When she asked me to do a post on the Paris … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday: Targeted For Being Gay

Due to this post from Roni Loren (thank you for the warning, Roni) I’ve decided to remove most photos from Thriller Thursday. I hope you’re still able to enjoy them! Hate crimes. They’re nothing new, and yet they seem to grow more … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday: Barbie–A Murderer Set Free.

Due to this post from Roni Loren (thank you for the warning, Roni) I’ve decided to remove most photos from Thriller Thursday. I hope you’re still able to enjoy them! A Canadian woman only served twelve years for participating in countless rapes … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday: Mass Murder in Ohio

Due to this post from Roni Loren (thank you for the warning, Roni) I’ve decided to remove most photos from Thriller Thursday. I hope you’re still able to enjoy them! In his book, The Anatomy of Motive, legendary FBI criminal profiler John … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday: Villisca Axe Murders Revisited

I’m leaving later today to visit my best friend in the Twin Cities, so I’m reblogging this post. The Villisca Axe Murders were my second ever Thriller Thursday, and this is a new, much improved version. On June 10, 1912, … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday Welcomes Pat Dale

Today’s Thriller Thursday welcomes romantic suspense writer Pat Dale. My fellow MuseItUp Publishing author writes spine tingling suspense and drama – the kind we all love. But Pat’s no one-trick pony. He loves crossing genres, including romance, usually a woman’s … Continue reading

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