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Our Top 10 Posts About Private Investigations in 2012

Posted by Writing PIs on December 30, 2012

Happy New Year from Guns, Gams, and Gumshoes!

It’s almost time to ring in the new year! But before we commence 2013, we’re honoring 2012 by listing our top 10 posts from the last year. Interestingly enough, a few were written in 2010 or 2009, but they remained readers’ favorites.

Guns, Gams, and Gumshoes’s Top 10 Posts in 2012

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#1: Booklist’s Online “Web Crush of the Week”: Guns, Gams, and Gumshoesdetective with flashlight

#2: Private vs. Public Investigators: What’s the Difference?

#3: Private Investigator and Murder Cases

#4: He Said, She Said: Pros and Cons of Being Married to Your PI Partner

#5: iPhone Apps for Private Investigators

#6: Showtime Series Homeland Bloopers and Fave TV Female Private Eyes

#7: Can You Put a GPS on My Boyfriend’s Car?

#8: How to Find Someone: Free Online Research Tips

#9: How to Conduct a Trash Hit: A Private Investigator’s Dumpster Secrets

#10: When the Amazing Race Reality Show Called and Invited Us to Audition

Honorable Mention:  What’s the Importance of a Crime Scene?

Happy New Year, Writing PIs

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