Author Archives: Joanne Doucette

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My two careers developed side by side, twins with slight, but obvious differences, vying for dominance at times, but mostly living together in harmony, each one unable to imagine life without the other. I’ve been a practicing psychologist for thirty years and with the publication of Last Seen: A Dr. Pepper Hunt Mystery, on May… Continue Reading

How Dr. Pepper Hunt Was Born

I’m a psychologist and a mystery novelist. The two careers share some of the same territory: narratives and story arcs, multiple layers of experience, disguised messages, and truth hiding in dark corners, twists and turns leading to clarity, the ability to focus and follow the story. In 1985 Jonathan Kellerman, a New York Times Best-Selling… Continue Reading

Muse Wyoming

A muse is a spirit or source that inspires artistic creation. Wyoming is my muse, but it didn’t start out that way. When I moved to Rock Springs, I arrived on a prop plane that rose and fell like a roller-coaster on the currents of a gale-force wind. But what felt like a freak storm… Continue Reading