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Zen and Me

I never knew many of my cousins, but one of them, Wayne, a photographer, introduced me to Zen. He was a big fan of the book, Zen in the Art of Archery by a German named Herrigel. My cousin’s interest … Continue reading

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Meet John Hixon

In Stephen Woodfin’s review of The Tourist Killer, he informs readers, “Claudia Barry is an assassin nearing the end of her career, who has reached the point in her life where she questions the livelihood she has crafted with such … Continue reading

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The Story Behind the Title: “The Tourist Killer”

In a recent author interview, conducted by Juneta Key, readers hear how the title of “The Tourist Killer” came about. Here’s the question and answer: Interviewer, Juneta Key: I guess even assassins need a vacation—tell us a bit about that … Continue reading

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