Tag Archives: Face Down series

Beware the Ides of March

Kathy Lynn Emerson here, writing on March 15, 2022. Superstition claims March 15 is an unlucky day because the “ides” was the date Julius Caesar was assassinated. The quote comes from Shakespeare, and that isn’t surprising. From my research for … Continue reading

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Making the Old New Again

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here. As I’ve mentioned before, now that I’m seventy-four years old and have declared myself to be semi-retired, I’ve been looking back over some of my sixty-four traditionally published books with an eye to new editions. … Continue reading

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A Few Thoughts: Page to Screen

Recently, I watched the DVD of the movie version of Janet Evanovich’s One for the Money, a  comic caper mystery featuring novice bounty hunter Stephanie Plum. There was a lot of online discussion about the casting of this movie and … Continue reading

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Choices for Crime Writers: The Sleuth’s Love Interest

In the traditional romantic suspense (aka Gothic) novel set up, the heroine meets two attractive men, one good and one evil, only she doesn’t know for certain which is which until near the end of the story. The traditional female … Continue reading

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