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veteran journalist, documentary filmmaker, and writer of The Body Farm novels -- with scientific collaborator Dr. Bill B...

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Gone Roadtrippin' : Blog & Book Tour 2012!

[...] , Tennessee Tuesday -- May 8, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. Purchase tickets to this benefit here. 3.      Jefferson Bass in Scottsdale, Arizona Poisoned Pen 4014 N. Goldwater Blvd Scottsdale, Arizona 85251 [...]

Release Day: May 8, 2012 -- The Inquisitor's Key -- and How YOU Can Help

[...] the success (i.e., sales) of The Inquisitor's Key will ultimately determine the future of Jefferson Bass. In other words, each one of you, dear readers, can directly influence the future of [...]

High-Noon Showdown -- Win a signed copy of "The Bone Yard"

[...] favorite book in the Body Farm series and explain why. 2.) Tell us about an encounter with Jefferson Bass, whether at a signing or somewhere else. 3.) Post a photo of yourself with Jefferson Bass, or [...]

Knocking 'em dead in Nashville: True Tales from Book Tour

[...] The book tour for The Inquisitor's Key - which led Jefferson Bass from Tennessee to Arizona, then from Georgia to Alabama and back to Tennessee and then [...]

Book Giveaway: "The Inquisitor's Key"

As Inspector René Descartes would say, “Bonjour, mes amis!” … I’m not exactly certain what he’d say next—it’s been too long since the g [...]

Get Your Popcorn & Tell Your Friends: Time to watch the video trailer! (And ...

I’d planned to write this time about one of the new book’s medieval characters: Petrarch, a 14th-century chaplain, poet, historian, and philosophe [...]

The Glory and the Power: Heavenly Daze and Worldly Ways in Avignon

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE The glory and the power: Avignon Cathedral (left) sits beside -- and is dwarfed by -- the formi [...]

E-Publishing, Take 1: An e-story excerpt from "Madonna and Corpse," and ...

A few months ago, my editor asked if I’d consider writing an original short story—something connected to The Inquisitor’s Key in some way. The s [...]

"The Bone Yard" Book Giveaway

[...] and I had staged here at the University of Tennessee's Anthropological Research Facility: the Body Farm. The Body Farm was perched on a hillside high above the Tennessee River. Here, a mile downstream [...]

Biography of My Dear, Dead Friend 31-01

[...] the rubberized fabric of body bags. When ordinary folks find out I write a series called the Body Farm Novels, they look squeamish and quickly change the subject. Forensic fans, on the other hand ( [...]

The Knights Templar and the Body Farm

[...] folks at Shots - Crime & Thriller E-Zine about weaving together the Knights Templar and the Body Farm. [...]

Fact/Fiction: The beautifully blurry line

[...] week. Seriously, folks: authentic forensic detail and meticulous research are trademarks of the Body Farm novels, so I had to go. Really I did... Read the rest of the article at The Writing Life. [...]

Release Day: May 8, 2012 -- The Inquisitor's Key -- and How YOU Can Help

[...] windows of cars speeding by on the street -- whether there will be an eighth novel in the Body Farm series. What will happen to Dr. Brockton? What will become of the illustrious and storied [...]

Gone Roadtrippin' : Blog & Book Tour 2012!

[...] you'd leave comments on the guest blog posts below in support of Jefferson Bass, the Body Farm series, and The Inquisitor’s Key! We're trying to get the word out to those who are not [...]

High-Noon Showdown -- Win a signed copy of "The Bone Yard"

[...] qualify you as an entrant to the giveaway contest: 1.) Share your favorite book in the Body Farm series and explain why. 2.) Tell us about an encounter with Jefferson Bass, whether at a [...]

Knocking 'em dead in Nashville: True Tales from Book Tour

[...] The book tour for The Inquisitor's Key - which led Jefferson Bass from Tennessee to Arizona, then from Georgia [...]

Gone Roadtrippin' : Blog & Book Tour 2012!

[...] to embark on a tour across the blogosphere...before I leave for the continental United States book tour. I'm nailing this note to the outside of the (virtual) Body Farm gate: an invitation to each and [...]

Get Your Popcorn & Tell Your Friends: Time to watch the video trailer! (And ...

[...] are dropping like flies (three of my favorite book-tour venues died between the 2010 book tour and the 2011 book tour, alas!). E-books now outsell printed books. A big part of my “job” [...]

Stabbed ribs, barbecued bodies, and other forensic adventures

[...] The "Inquisi-Key" blog-tour bus has stopped by Susanne Drazic's blog Putting Words on Paper, and Jon's reminiscing about lunch [...]

From Limbo with Love

[...] The blog-tour bus has arrived at Poe's Deadly Daughters. - A few years ago I complained to a friend – an old, [...]

The Knights Templar and the Body Farm

[...] Today, the blog-tour bus goes amphibious as Jon heads across the (virtual) pond to chat with the folks at Shots - Crime [...]

Fact/Fiction: The beautifully blurry line

[...]  Today, the blog-tour bus skidded to a stop at Janice Bashman's blog The Writing Life, and I'm talking about the blurry [...]

Release Day: May 8, 2012 -- The Inquisitor's Key -- and How YOU Can Help

[...] word of mouth. Tell people about The Inquisitor's Key through social media. Share the Jefferson Bass Facebook page with your friends and family. Ask your followers to follow Jefferson Bass on Twitter. [...]

Book Giveaway: "The Inquisitor's Key"

[...] will be factored in when we choose the winners. Wanna know how to score? Share the Jefferson Bass Facebook page on your Facebook Wall & ask—no—command your friends to LIKE us. Follow @ [...]

Writerhead

[...] Today, Jon Jefferson's in the interrogation room over at Kristin Bair O'Keeffe's blog Writerhead. [...]

Release Day: May 8, 2012 -- The Inquisitor's Key -- and How YOU Can Help

[...] happen to Dr. Brockton? What will become of the illustrious and storied partnership between Jon Jefferson and Dr. Bill Bass after The Inquisitor's Key? The truth is that the success (i.e., sales) of [...]

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Gone Roadtrippin' : Blog & Book Tour 2012!

[...] , Tennessee Tuesday -- May 8, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. Purchase tickets to this benefit here. 3.      Jefferson Bass in Scottsdale, Arizona Poisoned Pen 4014 N. Goldwater Blvd Scottsdale, Arizona 85251 [...]

Release Day: May 8, 2012 -- The Inquisitor's Key -- and How YOU Can Help

[...] the success (i.e., sales) of The Inquisitor's Key will ultimately determine the future of Jefferson Bass. In other words, each one of you, dear readers, can directly influence the future of [...]

High-Noon Showdown -- Win a signed copy of "The Bone Yard"

[...] favorite book in the Body Farm series and explain why. 2.) Tell us about an encounter with Jefferson Bass, whether at a signing or somewhere else. 3.) Post a photo of yourself with Jefferson Bass, or [...]

Knocking 'em dead in Nashville: True Tales from Book Tour

[...] The book tour for The Inquisitor's Key - which led Jefferson Bass from Tennessee to Arizona, then from Georgia to Alabama and back to Tennessee and then [...]

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