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Ever wonder what an FBI profiler actually does all day?
This week I'm joined by award-winning author Elizabeth Heiter.
Liz is the author of seven books, including the wildly successful profiler series, starting with Hunted and including the recently released Stalked. Her novels have been published in more than a dozen countries and translated into eight languages. They've also been shortlisted for the Daphne Du Maurier award, the National Readers' Choice award and the Booksellers' Best award and won the RT Reviewers' Choice award.
Research for her books has taken her inside the FBI, CIA, the military, and other various law enforcement agencies. She is weapons trained, and knows what all of those acronyms mean.
In addition to talking about her work, Liz gives us a peek behind the curtain to the FBI, and what life is like for a profiler. For those looking for tips on how to make your writing about law enforcement more authentic, tune in. You can also learn why cops can't really shoot out the tires of a runaway car.
THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:
FBI Acronyms: Scroll down here for Liz's glossary of FBI terms
Zabibah and the King: A romance novel written by, you guessed it, Saddam Hussein
Baghdad Bedrock: The Flintstone Village Saddam Hussein built for his grandchildren
Honestly, we don't spend that much time talking about Saddam Hussein.