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Schaffer's award winning non-fiction book, Way of the Warrior: The Philosophy of Law Enforcement, is taught in universities and police academies around the world.
In addition to writing, Schaffer is a full-time police detective in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He has served in law enforcement for 22 years, with 15 of those years spent as a detective. He is a court-recognized narcotics expert, a child forensic interviewing specialist, and he has participated in over 2,000 hours of police training. In 2019, he arrested William Korzon for the murder of his wife in 1981, after a three year cold-case investigation. It is a rare example of murder charges being filed in a case where the victim’s body was never recovered.
About Sisters In Crime: We are 4000+ members in 50+ chapters world-wide, offering networking, advice and support to mystery authors. We are authors, readers, publishers, agents, booksellers and librarians bound by our affection for the mystery genre and our support of women who write mysteries. Sisters in Crime was founded by Sara Paretsky and a group of women at the 1986 Bouchercon in Baltimore. Our Mission To promote the ongoing advancement, recognition and professional development of women crime writers.
Our Vision: To serve as the voice for excellence & diversity in crime writing.
In this powerful psychological thriller, veteran police officer Bernard Schaffer reunites detective Carrie Santero with manhunter Jacob Rein—to plumb the depths of a madman’s obsession . . .
“I am The Master. . . .“
“The most engaging pair of detectives I’ve seen in a long while.”
SOME SECRETS WILL NOT DIE
For three agonizing decades, seasoned manhunter Jacob Rein has been consumed by one case—a missing girl never found and two cops dead, one murdered, the other a suicide.
“Schaffer is the real deal. His writing will knock you out.”
WHEN EVIL KNOWS YOUR NAME