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Author Archives: Loretta Dillon

Loretta Dillon began her writing career publishing a neighborhood newspaper and handwritten and illustrated books as a child in a Cleveland suburb. Her strongest literary influences were MAD magazine and Mark Twain. When introduced to the internet, Dillon created a blog to showcase her satire that evolved into a popular forum on relationships, recovery and true crime stories, specifically spousal murder. Selected entries were published as a book in 2005 that was honored as a finalist for a non-fiction "Blooker" award. Dillon's comedy play, "The Smoking Diary" was produced off-Broadway in 2009.

September Sacrifice

In his engrossing true-crime thriller, September Sacrifice, Mark Horner reconstructs the extraordinary details of Girly Chew’s murder case in Albuquerque, New Mexico, beginning with her disappearance on September 9, 1999, through the murder trials of her estranged husband and his girlfriend, Linda Henning, portions of which were rebroadcast on Court TV recently. Doubtless, such a bizarre and fiendish plot could ... Read More »

Glimpses of the Devil

Dr. M. Scott Peck, best selling author, famous psychiatrist and spiritual expert, has written a new book called Glimpses of the Devil, narrating his experiences of conducting two exorcisms in the 80s. I have been a fan of Peck’s for years, and enjoyed most of his previous works including People of the Lie, which I cited frequently in my analysis ... Read More »