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Serita Stevens: The Mistress of Mystery

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Dr Arlene Barro

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"Serita Stevens: The Mistress of Mystery" On WIN Without Competing! Dr. Arlene will interview award-winning author Serita Stevens who has had 30 published books to her credit including two non-fiction books: The Forensic Nurse and The Book of Poisons. As a forensic nurse, Stevens was trained to observe evidence that physicians may overlook. She has been frequently first on the scene of a crime or in an emergency room which puts her in a unique position to collect evidence regarding accidents, alleged sexual assault, spousal abuse and other violent incidents. Her book The Forensic Nurse – how nurses help police solve crimes – is currently being turned into a television drama in Canada (CTV) with Greg Bell (former showrunner of Bones) as the head of production. Writers frequently questioned Stevens on how to kill off their characters in their books. Stevens, recognizing their need, wrote The Book of Poisons to instruct writers on how to murder their victims correctly. Any questions about poisons? Stevens, a highly versatile writer, has turned her attention to scriptwriting with “Murder Me Twice” (a reincarnation thriller and winner at Cinema City International Film Fest as best script,) “Mother In Law” (a female driven dramady with a supernatural twist – also a winner at CCIFF and at Broad Humor Festival,) “Dragon Seeds” (a psychological horror written with director Sean McNamara,) “The Presence” (a psychological horror), and “Guilty Prey” (you always thought your attorney’s were blood suckers and now they are). She is currently working on a TV pilot “Gangsta” (about the cops who run the gang land stations) and “A Match Made in Heaven” (a true romantic comedy.) To read more, visit...http://www.drbarro.com/.

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