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May 11, 2012


Martin Edwards

Very interesting - I've only read his Dead End stories and a couple of novellas.

BV Lawson

I think the Dead End stories are better, Martin. It's interesting that of all his novels and novellas that Black Dagger Crime chose this one to reprint.

Giana Forzareli

This sounds like my professor of Forensic behavioral analysis. My professor is one of the consultants on Criminal Minds, established the psyc division at Dallas PD, is a leading think behind helping brain injured individuals, and writes his own books on forensic psychology. I will have to pick up a Vicker's book because I want to explain the advantages of diversifying your talents to my youngest brother. He is starting his job as a Tampa court reporter next week. I am very excited for him, however he feels that he will be stuck in this job forever. If Vicker's life tells us anything, he'll be able to broaden his use of talents in the future. Thank you for sharing this.

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