Way back when this series first started we attended a crime scene. What I never delved into was the important task of handling and packaging the exhibits. So, I thought I would cover it today. Exhibits can also be seized when you search someone’s house or business address. In the case of a police officer […]
Writing Crime – Victim Personal Statements
Back in October last year we covered witness statements. But, what we didn’t cover was victim personal statements (VPS). A VPS is usually added at the end of a witness statement or it can be a statement all of its own created at a later date, closer to the court date or sentencing if the […]
Who is Chris? – Life With Face Blindness…
I found this great little video online and thought I would share it in the run-up to the release of Dead Blind, the standalone novel due for release on 8th May. Available for pre-order HERE. My protagonist acquires prosopagnosia – otherwise known as Face blindness, where you can’t recognise people by their face. This proves particularly […]
The Cover Reveal for Dead Blind!
I’m so excited about this book. It means so much to me and I’m excited to share the cover with you today. It was an idea that niggled at my brain for several months and wouldn’t let go until I sat down to write it. A cop who acquires prosopagnosia. Also known as face blindness. An […]
An Exclusive Writing Crime Group with FREE Helpful Policing Products
Today’s Writing Crime post is a little different. It’s to tell you about a Writing Crime group I have set up to help all crime writers. As you know I have already set up the consulting, fact-checking service for crime writers, details to be found HERE. This is something I am offering entirely FREE […]
Writing Crime – Who Should Be Your Protagonist?
This Writing Crime post is going to be a little different today. Instead of a factual post on points of law, policy or procedure, I’m writing a discussion piece. Why is that? Because I regularly see the debate around crime fiction and the protagonist and how factually correct or incorrect it is to have a Detective […]
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