Tag: erotic thriller
Have you ever wondered what’s happening in the DNA profiling labs? You would have to spend many devoted hours reading a proper textbook if you need in depth knowledge. However, I can provide you with some ideas using a series of excerpts from my thriller, The Sex Tourist. This first excerpt is from Book Two, Chapter 7 – Polymerase Chain Reaction: Inside the PCR … Read More Do It Yourself DNA Profiling – Part 1
The original title of my 2 books in 1 novel, THE SEX TOURIST, is SORORAL BONDS. In this book the two main ‘characters’ (and authors) are non-identical twins. In the beginning of Book Two one of them experiences twin telepathy. Female non-identical twins should be called sororal twins (soror is for sister in Latin). Non-identical twins are called fraternal twins, but this is correct … Read More Telepathy in Fraternal Twins
Originally posted on Steph and Chris's Book Review:
I want to thank Olivia Wild and Netgalley for giving me this book for my honest review. Review By Stephanie This is the first book I have read from Olivia Wild and I have to say this was a good book. I was a little confused with the different POVs and the time frame jumping…
The majority of serial killers’ victims are women. Among them the sex workers are exposed the most due to their “high risk lifestyles”. They are the most convenient targets of serial killers. A definition of serial murder was settled on by the FBI recently: “The unlawful killing of two or more victims by the same offender(s), in separate events.” Known serial killers are rare, … Read More Are Serial Killers Rare?
For many working girls, loitering on the streets is a thing of the past. Picking up a sex worker has become much easier in the UK and elsewhere due to sex apps. A website called ‘Find Brothels’ claims to have almost 15,000 brothels just in the London area and tens of thousands more elsewhere in England. How could this be when brothels are actually … Read More Brothels in the UK
On its first trip to the US, the manuscript of “Jane Eyre” is on loan to the Morgan Library & Museum in New York. The exhibition “Charlotte Brontë: An Independent Will” has opened today, September 9, 2016. April 21st this year was the bicentenary of Charlotte Brontë and I celebrated it in style. On Charlotte’s 200th birthday I uploaded the polished, edited and proofread … Read More Three Quotations from Charlotte Brontë’s “Jane Eyre”
In July the FBI has declared that software it used during a sting operation, and which judges have tried to throw out of court for not having appropriate warrants, could not be malware because the FBI did not have malicious intent. Should the government or anyone else have the right to ‘infect’ smartphones or laptops of people, even if they are suspected criminals or … Read More Ethical Use of Malware? Is That Possible?
The governments of many countries, including the UK, have begun keeping a database with DNA profiles. These consist mainly of the information of those who have been accused, or convicted, of a crime. The samples have been collected from human cells at crime scenes, or the criminals themselves. Short tandem repeats of the DNA are stored and tested, instead of the full genomic sequence, … Read More A National Genetic Database – Pros vs Cons
There are two different types of twins, identical and fraternal. Identical, or monozygotic, twins are the result of one egg being fertilized and then splitting in two. Identical twins have the same DNA and normally look very much alike. They are always of the same gender. The majority of twins are fraternal, however, meaning they are not identical even though they may actually look … Read More That Twin Connection – Are Fraternal Twins able to Relate?