Monthly Archives: October 2013

Who kidnapped the Lindbergh baby?

Back in April I was interviewed by the people who produce the TV series Mysteries at the Museum, the show that travels to museums and tells the stories behind strange and historic objects in the collections. The location was the … Continue reading

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Websites big and small update; QR codes

At the risk of sounding geeky, I should mention another aspect of the big website/small website issue I wrote about earlier. Almost half of all web searches are now done by cellphone, tablet, or other small screen device. That is … Continue reading

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A real life detective story update (Curiouser and curiouser)

My previous post was about the lady who recently moved to California and found someone else’s possessions in boxes she had previously packed with her own stuff. Since my name and cell number appeared on one of the interloping items, … Continue reading

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A real-life detective story (sort of)

When that phone rings, you never know what awaits on the other end; recorded messages from politicians, pitches for charities you never heard of, or a hundred other intrusions you could do without. Last night, however, the phone brought a … Continue reading

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Websites big and small

Life just keeps getting more complicated. Like most authors, I have a website,, http://www.johnreisinger.com to show what my books are about and to have a presence on the web. And as with many websites, I try to put a lot … Continue reading

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Locked rooms and open minds

Recently I attended the Deadly Ink Mystery Conference in New Brunswick, NJ. Like most such gatherings, it was filled with people busily writing mysteries and people busily reading them. At one session, I gave a PowerPoint presentation with the rather … Continue reading

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