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JFK Assassination sale - CASE CLOSED ebook on sale TODAY only for $2.99 (normally $14.99)
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My 'Pharmacist of Auschwitz' manuscript finally off to my publisher today! A January 2017 publication date! 
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So the Vatican has published a report that Hitler planned to kidnap the wartime Pope, Pius XII. I wrote about this in GOD'S BANKERS.

The Vatican fails to mention that the author of the new report is the nephew of the the layman who founded the Vatican Bank in the middle of World War II. That's the same person who made all the secret church investments wth the Germans. The very same uncle about whom I raise the possibility in GOD'S BANKERS that he might have been a German spy.

The Vatican still evidently has a little trouble with transparency.

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"You could go to jail!"

That was the subject line in an email I got this morning from a friend who works at a foreign publisher. "Under a law approved by Pope Francis" Vatican whistleblowers, and the journalists who printed the secrets, face possible prison sentences.

I suggested to my friend that my next book could be "Prisoner in the Vatican" :-)

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Why it's not a good idea to put the podium too close to a mirrored wall 😉
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Miami Beach friends, tonight is a rare 'Posner double feature' as Trisha Posner and I are very happy to be part of the wonderful South of Spice evening of neighborhood food, drink and entertainment. We will be talking books and Pop Digital Art at One Sotheby's Rose Lounge (next door to Red's Steakhouse). Stop by to say hi and enjoy some donuts and champagne #SouthofSpice +Trisha Posner +Trisha Posner +Gerald Posner +Gerald Posner 
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Congrats +Trisha Posner - I love this book!
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TBT: Prisoners of Love, 1992 Dallas.

Actually, Trisha Posner and I trying out the handcuffs that were on Lee Harvey Oswald the day when nightclub owner Jack Ruby shot and killed him. All courtesy of Jim Leavelle, the Dallas Homicide Detective forever memorialized as the man in the white suit and matching cowboy hat who escorted Oswald in the basement of the Dallas Police Headquarters on November 24, 1963.

Research for Case Closed was always interesting :-)
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SAVE THE DATE: Trisha and I are very happy to be featured guests in this year's South of Spice coming July 26

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Check the others at http://buff.ly/298OiR0

More details in the next couple of weeks

Here's to a great, fun July 4 holiday to all

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TBT: Prisoners of Love, 1992 Dallas.

Actually, Trisha Posner and I trying out the handcuffs that were on Lee Harvey Oswald the day when nightclub owner Jack Ruby shot and killed him. All courtesy of Jim Leavelle, the Dallas Homicide Detective forever memorialized as the man in the white suit and matching cowboy hat who escorted Oswald in the basement of the Dallas Police Headquarters on November 24, 1963.

Research for Case Closed was always interesting :-)
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TBT: A recent article in the Daily Mail about Hong Kong’s notorious Walled City, the gang-controlled, densest slum on the planet, was a vivid reminder that Trisha and I were two of the few Westerners to ever get inside. With a police escort, of course. That was back in 1987 while researching “Warlords of Crime," an investigation of the Triads and the heroin trade.

As I wrote in that book, the Walled City was “a haven for drug addicts, a stronghold of gangsters, and a refuge for those fleeing legitimate authorities. It is a center for numerous illicit businesses ranging from snake vendors to counterfeiting shops. At times it was ‘governed’ by a motley crew of adventurers comprised of gunrunners and narcotics smugglers. It was inevitable that it should also become one of the chief breeding grounds for the Triads.”

The Walled City was torn down in 1992.

Chapter 10, “White Powder Ma” describes the beginning of our ‘tour’:

"Three police were in front of me and another two stepped in
just behind. The police escort was gathered at the opening to
an alleyway off a busy street. With the street light illuminating
the front of the path, I walked into the place where a Hong
Kong police superintendent had told me, 'If you go in alone,
the chances are you won't be coming back out.'

The alley we entered was enclosed like a concrete tunnel. It
was dirty. More than a hundred years of neglect had left the
stucco walls with inches of grime. The ceiling was low and covered
by a bewildering jumble of knotted wires, dangling electric
cables, and exposed fuses and sockets, all hanging less than a foot
from the tallest cop's head. The floor was a mixture of broken
concrete and dirt, which made it difficult to walk. As my police
escort led me deeper into the tunnel, an occasional naked bulb
providing the barest light, the ceiling and walls closed in. Within
a hundred yards the walls had narrowed so that we had to proceed
single file, and the ceiling dropped so we could only walk
crouched over. Then the tunnel began to widen again, and suddenly
we entered a new section that first appeared to be a maze.
Other tunnels led off in a half-dozen directions, and some staircases
offered dark climbs to unknown overhead locations.

One of my police escorts pointed at a wooden sign imprinted with
Chinese characters hanging over the second opening on the right.
'See that, it says the name of that street is Rats' Piss. That's where
we are going.'"
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Journalist, Author and sometimes multimedia pop artist
Employment
  • freelancer
    journalist/author/artist, 1984 - present
  • Area 51 LLC
    Shareholder, 2010 - present
  • Mr. Freedom; Vittorio Ricci; SWS Records
    Manager/Creative Director, 1981 - 1984
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Introduction
I'm a health and fitness journalist and author. This is Not Your Mother’s Menopause (Villard, 2000), was my journey through menopause hormone free. My follow-up was No Hormones, No Fear (Villard, 2003).  I am a regular contributor for national magazines. My 2004 series in Salon on women, sex, aging, and fitness, won a wide web following. After a two-year stint as the “Health Watch” and “Cultural Chatter” columnist for Miami’s Ocean Drive magazine, I also wrote for wellness for The Miami Herald.

In addition to my health and fitness pieces, I've also written features from architectural controversies to profiles on everyone from eccentric Miami wine collectors, artist Romero Britto, business developers Jorge Perez, Miami's Boom and Bust Condo King and boutique hoteliers Ian Schrager and Andre Balazs, and even politically charged interviews with outspoken pundits like Bill Maher.

Before journalism, I was in fashion and music for twenty years, and at different times, managed boutiques in London, Barcelona, and New York, created my own menswear collection, ran the art department for a Swedish recording label, and modeled. During much of that period I also researched and developed ten investigative non-fiction books with my husband, Gerald, a New York Times bestselling author (www.posner.com).

In addition to my writing, I'm a mixed media artist, a career I launched in the mid-1970s in Ibiza. I recently exhibited in Miami. My latest phase is Pop Digital Art, the digital remastering of photographs and images into limited edition collections, using the highest quality commercial equipment, utilizing incredibly stable and vibrant inks, substrates, and matte coatings, to produce brilliantly colored fine art prints. Currently in a self-described “Neon Period,” my latest work highlights the vibrant colors of Miami, which is now home.
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Survived months in the Golden Triangle chasing heroin traffickers - after that, everything is a piece of cake
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new york - london, uk - ibiza - alicante - barcelona - benidorm - majorrca - palma majorrca - miami - milan - marseilles
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