Thursday, August 21, 2008

New Mystery Man Coming Friday

We hope you read our last Mystery Man column, a collaboration from a dynamic duo in cracking cold cases in Texas. Our next guest contributor comes from the desert and is an expert in cracking the criminal psyche. Tomorrow, look for our 11th Mystery Man, a clinical and forensic psychologist. He spent part of his summer in the hills of old Colonial Mexico conducting personal research on the pleasures of tequila.

For more than thirty years, he has evaluated and treated victims and perpetrators of interpersonal violence. In doing this work, he has performed hundreds of forensic evaluations and testified as an expert witness in state and federal court in cases of murder, rape, assault, domestic violence, and child sexual abuse.

He is the author or co-author of four books. The cover of his most recent publication inspired him to consider developing a line of autographed cutlery—oh, yes, he does have a great sense of humor.

Read what this man has to say on the subject of women in crime this Friday, right here at Women in Crime Ink.

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