Cold Case in Ellyson

Cold Case in Ellyson

by Susan Anderson
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Cold Case in Ellyson by Susan Anderson

Kathleen lives out the legacy of her grandfather - she, too, works in law enforcement. With her training, she sets out to solve the cold case of her grandmother's murder, but in seeking justice, Kathleen also discovers there is danger in working alone. Her best friend and fellow officer, Joe, helps her in this journey where they ultimately find the truth about themselves.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781449538835
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/16/2009
Pages: 210
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

Susan Anderson grew up a privileged Southern belle. She travelled overseas with her family, attended private schools, and debuted internationally. But that's not the life she chose for herself. Susan, like her grandfather, wanted to work in law enforcement. As a small-town cop, Susan found unique joy in helping and protecting her community, but her other passion, writing, drew her back to school for more studies. Cold Case in Ellyson is that intersection of her work as a cop colliding with her need to write.

Susan lives in Gulf Breeze, Florida with her husband and two sons. She shares tennis there with her friends, baseball with her boys, and good wine with her husband.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought it was a great mystery and I liked the way it gently unwrapped a lot of the "genteel southern" personalities. Having grown up in the south I have found that most books and/or movies do not really know how to deal with the southern traditions without a lot of exaggeration. It was also refreshing to read a mystery that dealt with a three dimensional main character. Most writers fail to develop their main character and the reader is left guessing what the main character is about. I recommend this book to anyone looking for a refreshing change from the "typical" mystery novel. Anderson's book also has an unexpected twist that is shockingly delightful. Should make for wonderful book club discussion.