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My Favorite Detective Stories

John A. Hoda

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My Favorite Detective Stories

My Favorite Detective Stories

John A. Hoda

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My Favorite Detectives Stories is a short form interview podcast for listeners who want to be inspired, informed and entertained by great detective stories. We hear from investigators past and present about the type of investigations they perform, how they got into this niche and what they feel are the traits of a good investigator. They will share their favorites detective stories with us.

Latest Episodes

MFDS 90 - Kelly Riddle

Kelly Riddle is the President of Kelmar Global Private Investigations, He has written 12 books, founded and sat on the boards of notable private investation associations and is a much sought-after speaker at conferences and seminars. He has an online school for private investigators and has grown his business from 5 investigators in 1989 to over 61 with staff support and a management structure. NAIS The National Association of Investigative Specialists named him on of the Top 25 PI's of the 20th Century. I count Kelly as a mentor and colleague striving to make our profession as professional as possible.

49 MIN2 d ago
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MFDS 90 - Kelly Riddle

MFDS 89 - Mark Bergin

Mark Bergin graduated from Boston University with a degree in journalism, then worked four years as a newspaper reporter and photographer, winning the Virginia Press Association Award for general news reporting, before joining the Alexandria, Virginia, Police Department in 1986. Twice named Police Officer of the Year for narcotics and robbery investigations, he served in most of the posts described in APPREHENSION, his debut novel, and rose to the rank of Lieutenant. Kirkus Reviews calls APPREHENSION “compelling,” and said Bergin is a “gritty and authentic new voice in police fiction" Bergin lives in Alexandria and Kitty Hawk, North Carolina with his wife Ruth, an attorney and former public defender. They have two children. Write him at berginwriter@gmail.com, Facebook friend him at Mark Bergin, writer or follow his blog at http://www.markberginwriter.com.

46 MIN1 w ago
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MFDS 89 - Mark Bergin

MFDS 88 - Michael Julian

Michael Julian is the CEO/President of MPS Security & Protection, a division of National Business Investigations, Inc., founded in 1967 by his father Ron Julian. The company provides corporate executive protection, threat and risk mitigation, and security. Michael is licensed in multiple states as a Private Investigator and Security Professional, is a graduate of the Executive Protection Institute and Executive Security International, and Board Director or member of several national and international industry associations. His security training includes behavioral threat assessment, active shooter survival, executive and asset protection, self-defense, defensive and evasive driving, close protection, aviation security, protective surveillance and counter-surveillance, and covert protection. Besides Active Shooter, he frequently teaches training courses in Executive and Asset Protection. In 2014 Michael created the A.L.I.V.E. Active Shooter Survival Training Program and began teachin...

40 MIN2 w ago
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MFDS 88 - Michael Julian

MFDS 87 - Andrew Welsh-Huggins

By day, Andrew Welsh-Huggins is an editor and reporter for the Associated Press in Columbus, focusing on criminal justice topics. By earlier in the day, he is the author of six mysteries featuring Andy Hayes, a former Ohio State and Cleveland Browns quarterback turned private eye. Of Andrew’s most recent book, Fatal Judgment, Publishers Weekly said, “Intriguing . . . Fans of Robert B. Parker's Jesse Stone books will be pleased.” Andrew is also the editor of the Columbus Noir anthology, upcoming in March from Akashic Books. His 2009 nonfiction book, No Winners Here Tonight, is the definitive history of the death penalty in Ohio. His short mystery fiction has appeared in Kings River Life, Down And Out Magazine, Tough, Mystery Weekly Magazine and Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine. When he’s not writing or reporting, Andrew enjoys running, reading, spending time with family, and trying to recall why having a dog, three cats and two parakeets seemed like a good idea at the time.

53 MIN3 w ago
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MFDS 87 - Andrew Welsh-Huggins

MFDS 86 - Rod Gagnon

Rod Gagnon started in the distressed asset investigations business in 1984 with a repossession agency in New Hampshire when he was a few years out of high school. From that simple beginning, he has gone on to specialize in financial fraud investigations and the enforcement of Court Judgments that range from $1,000 to $20,000,000 from California to Florida. His work includes finding financial account relationships (US and off-shore), locating hidden real estate, corporations, boats, planes, art, unknown beneficial interests, and third-parties with deeper pockets. Besides working with Creditors and law firms with asset recovery plans and ongoing support, he's also been an expert witness and a fact witness. Currently, he's a Certified Fraud Examiner and a PI trade association Board Member (Treasurer in CO and past Treasurer in NH) and currently resides in Denver, Colorado, along with his wife, children, grandchildren, and still supports the Patriots over the Broncos.

45 MINJAN 28
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MFDS 86 - Rod Gagnon

MFDS 85 - Max Wirestone

Max Wirestone is the writer of the Dahlia Moss mystery series. He's also a librarian by day, a dad by night, and a ne'er-do-well in most of the times in between. He lives in Kansas with his husband, son, and altogether too many books. We explore his mysteries set in the gaming community as well as the the 4 queens of crime: Agatha Christie, Ngaio Marsh, Dorothy Sayers and Margery Allingham.

40 MINJAN 21
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MFDS 85 - Max Wirestone

MFDS 84 - Michele Stuart

Chris can you change the iTunes description for Michele Stuart to read: Ms. Stuart is a licensed Private Investigator in the State of Arizona with twenty years of experience specializing in the areas of Financial, Open Source Investigations (OSINT), Corporate Investigations, and Intelligence/Counter Intelligence. She started her investigative career as an Economic Fraud Investigator. She provides seminars on her specialized investigative techniques in Open Source Investigations (OSINT). Over the past years she has provided presentations, and private training, to both Federal and State levels of Law Enforcement Agencies and Military Intelligence throughout the United States including attendees of Department of Homeland Security, US Marshals, FBI, DOJ, Border Patrol, Indian Tribal Nations, and local law enforcement agencies throughout the country. She has written and published several articles pertaining to her investigative methods in various investigative publications and journals a...

42 MINJAN 21
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MFDS 84 - Michele Stuart

MFDS 83 - Casey Barrett

Casey Barrett is a Canadian Olympian and the co-founder and co-CEO of Imagine Swimming, New York City's largest learn-to-swim school. His short fiction, essays, and books coverage have appeared in The Village Voice, Mystery Tribune, Crime Reads, Booktrib, and elsewhere. A provocative voice in the swimming and Olympic community, he has won three Emmy awards and one Peabody award for his work on NBC's broadcasts of the Olympic Games; wrote a column for Swimming World magazine; and was the author of the popular swimming blog, Cap & Goggles. He writes the Duck Darley series Under Water, Against Nature and his latest: Tower of Songs.

49 MINJAN 7
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MFDS 83 - Casey Barrett

MFDS 82 - Intermountain PI Podcast Interview w/ Scott Fulmer

He’s been a police officer and an insurance fraud investigator. However, for the last 22 years of his life he’s been a successful private investigator. Not to mention an author of numerous books, both fiction and non-fiction. Now, he’s slowly turning the business over to his son as he focuses on coaching and fiction writing.

49 MIN2019 DEC 31
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MFDS 82 - Intermountain PI Podcast Interview w/ Scott Fulmer

MFDS 81 - Nick Kolakowski

Nick Kolakowski is the author of "Boise Longpig Hunting Club" (Down & Out Books) as well as the "Love & Bullets" trilogy of novellas from Shotgun Honey. His short fiction has appeared in Thuglit, Plots with Guns, Mystery Tribune, and various anthologies. He lives and writes in New York City, where he's inspired every day by whatever weirdness he witnesses on the subway.

52 MIN2019 DEC 24
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MFDS 81 - Nick Kolakowski

Latest Episodes

MFDS 90 - Kelly Riddle

Kelly Riddle is the President of Kelmar Global Private Investigations, He has written 12 books, founded and sat on the boards of notable private investation associations and is a much sought-after speaker at conferences and seminars. He has an online school for private investigators and has grown his business from 5 investigators in 1989 to over 61 with staff support and a management structure. NAIS The National Association of Investigative Specialists named him on of the Top 25 PI's of the 20th Century. I count Kelly as a mentor and colleague striving to make our profession as professional as possible.

49 MIN2 d ago
Comments
MFDS 90 - Kelly Riddle

MFDS 89 - Mark Bergin

Mark Bergin graduated from Boston University with a degree in journalism, then worked four years as a newspaper reporter and photographer, winning the Virginia Press Association Award for general news reporting, before joining the Alexandria, Virginia, Police Department in 1986. Twice named Police Officer of the Year for narcotics and robbery investigations, he served in most of the posts described in APPREHENSION, his debut novel, and rose to the rank of Lieutenant. Kirkus Reviews calls APPREHENSION “compelling,” and said Bergin is a “gritty and authentic new voice in police fiction" Bergin lives in Alexandria and Kitty Hawk, North Carolina with his wife Ruth, an attorney and former public defender. They have two children. Write him at berginwriter@gmail.com, Facebook friend him at Mark Bergin, writer or follow his blog at http://www.markberginwriter.com.

46 MIN1 w ago
Comments
MFDS 89 - Mark Bergin

MFDS 88 - Michael Julian

Michael Julian is the CEO/President of MPS Security & Protection, a division of National Business Investigations, Inc., founded in 1967 by his father Ron Julian. The company provides corporate executive protection, threat and risk mitigation, and security. Michael is licensed in multiple states as a Private Investigator and Security Professional, is a graduate of the Executive Protection Institute and Executive Security International, and Board Director or member of several national and international industry associations. His security training includes behavioral threat assessment, active shooter survival, executive and asset protection, self-defense, defensive and evasive driving, close protection, aviation security, protective surveillance and counter-surveillance, and covert protection. Besides Active Shooter, he frequently teaches training courses in Executive and Asset Protection. In 2014 Michael created the A.L.I.V.E. Active Shooter Survival Training Program and began teachin...

40 MIN2 w ago
Comments
MFDS 88 - Michael Julian

MFDS 87 - Andrew Welsh-Huggins

By day, Andrew Welsh-Huggins is an editor and reporter for the Associated Press in Columbus, focusing on criminal justice topics. By earlier in the day, he is the author of six mysteries featuring Andy Hayes, a former Ohio State and Cleveland Browns quarterback turned private eye. Of Andrew’s most recent book, Fatal Judgment, Publishers Weekly said, “Intriguing . . . Fans of Robert B. Parker's Jesse Stone books will be pleased.” Andrew is also the editor of the Columbus Noir anthology, upcoming in March from Akashic Books. His 2009 nonfiction book, No Winners Here Tonight, is the definitive history of the death penalty in Ohio. His short mystery fiction has appeared in Kings River Life, Down And Out Magazine, Tough, Mystery Weekly Magazine and Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine. When he’s not writing or reporting, Andrew enjoys running, reading, spending time with family, and trying to recall why having a dog, three cats and two parakeets seemed like a good idea at the time.

53 MIN3 w ago
Comments
MFDS 87 - Andrew Welsh-Huggins

MFDS 86 - Rod Gagnon

Rod Gagnon started in the distressed asset investigations business in 1984 with a repossession agency in New Hampshire when he was a few years out of high school. From that simple beginning, he has gone on to specialize in financial fraud investigations and the enforcement of Court Judgments that range from $1,000 to $20,000,000 from California to Florida. His work includes finding financial account relationships (US and off-shore), locating hidden real estate, corporations, boats, planes, art, unknown beneficial interests, and third-parties with deeper pockets. Besides working with Creditors and law firms with asset recovery plans and ongoing support, he's also been an expert witness and a fact witness. Currently, he's a Certified Fraud Examiner and a PI trade association Board Member (Treasurer in CO and past Treasurer in NH) and currently resides in Denver, Colorado, along with his wife, children, grandchildren, and still supports the Patriots over the Broncos.

45 MINJAN 28
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MFDS 86 - Rod Gagnon

MFDS 85 - Max Wirestone

Max Wirestone is the writer of the Dahlia Moss mystery series. He's also a librarian by day, a dad by night, and a ne'er-do-well in most of the times in between. He lives in Kansas with his husband, son, and altogether too many books. We explore his mysteries set in the gaming community as well as the the 4 queens of crime: Agatha Christie, Ngaio Marsh, Dorothy Sayers and Margery Allingham.

40 MINJAN 21
Comments
MFDS 85 - Max Wirestone

MFDS 84 - Michele Stuart

Chris can you change the iTunes description for Michele Stuart to read: Ms. Stuart is a licensed Private Investigator in the State of Arizona with twenty years of experience specializing in the areas of Financial, Open Source Investigations (OSINT), Corporate Investigations, and Intelligence/Counter Intelligence. She started her investigative career as an Economic Fraud Investigator. She provides seminars on her specialized investigative techniques in Open Source Investigations (OSINT). Over the past years she has provided presentations, and private training, to both Federal and State levels of Law Enforcement Agencies and Military Intelligence throughout the United States including attendees of Department of Homeland Security, US Marshals, FBI, DOJ, Border Patrol, Indian Tribal Nations, and local law enforcement agencies throughout the country. She has written and published several articles pertaining to her investigative methods in various investigative publications and journals a...

42 MINJAN 21
Comments
MFDS 84 - Michele Stuart

MFDS 83 - Casey Barrett

Casey Barrett is a Canadian Olympian and the co-founder and co-CEO of Imagine Swimming, New York City's largest learn-to-swim school. His short fiction, essays, and books coverage have appeared in The Village Voice, Mystery Tribune, Crime Reads, Booktrib, and elsewhere. A provocative voice in the swimming and Olympic community, he has won three Emmy awards and one Peabody award for his work on NBC's broadcasts of the Olympic Games; wrote a column for Swimming World magazine; and was the author of the popular swimming blog, Cap & Goggles. He writes the Duck Darley series Under Water, Against Nature and his latest: Tower of Songs.

49 MINJAN 7
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MFDS 83 - Casey Barrett

MFDS 82 - Intermountain PI Podcast Interview w/ Scott Fulmer

He’s been a police officer and an insurance fraud investigator. However, for the last 22 years of his life he’s been a successful private investigator. Not to mention an author of numerous books, both fiction and non-fiction. Now, he’s slowly turning the business over to his son as he focuses on coaching and fiction writing.

49 MIN2019 DEC 31
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MFDS 82 - Intermountain PI Podcast Interview w/ Scott Fulmer

MFDS 81 - Nick Kolakowski

Nick Kolakowski is the author of "Boise Longpig Hunting Club" (Down & Out Books) as well as the "Love & Bullets" trilogy of novellas from Shotgun Honey. His short fiction has appeared in Thuglit, Plots with Guns, Mystery Tribune, and various anthologies. He lives and writes in New York City, where he's inspired every day by whatever weirdness he witnesses on the subway.

52 MIN2019 DEC 24
Comments
MFDS 81 - Nick Kolakowski
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