In KILLING JANE, the killer is inspired by arguably the most well-known serial killer—Jack (or was it Jane?) the Ripper. We’ll likely never know for sure who Jack really was, and he will always be a phantom in serial killer lore. Which means we’ll never know for sure what made Jack tick—a shame. Was he … Read the rest →
i’ve decided to try a new theme on the blog. I’m calling it Confessions of a Thriller Author, and every Monday, I’ll be posting about some of the darker things that go through my own twisted mind. Confessions of a Thriller Author #1 People often ask me about my love of true crime, thrillers, and … Read the rest →
Serial killer. Those two words send chills down our collective spines and yet many of us, including myself, are fascinated by them. We want to understand WHY they do what they do, if their actions are driven by base instinct or shaped by environment, or if there is some sort of genetic flaw that renders … Read the rest →
Guest Post by Kassandra Lamb. Thanks so much for holding down the fort, Kass. Take it away! While Stacy’s off gallivanting around the blogosphere talking to folks about her new book coming out on November 30th, she let me squat here asked me to come visit here at Turn the Page and talk about a … Read the rest →
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! Television shows like Criminal Minds and Bones have made profiling criminals mainstream, but coming up with a psychological sketch of an offender isn’t as easy as an … Read the rest →
In 1948, Dr. Hervey Cleckley published The Mask of Sanity after working as a therapist in a mental institution. The book described clinical interviews with incarcerated psychopaths and is still considered on of the most influential clinical descriptions of psychopath. Cleckley’s basic elements of psychopathy outlined in the book are very much relevant today, including … Read the rest →
Stacy Green is the best selling author of psychological thrillers and mystery with a dash of romance. As a stay at home mom, she's blessed with making writing a full-time career. She lives in Iowa with her supportive husband, daughter, and their three fur-babies.