Elysium was difficult--the equivalent of a marathon labor, though not quite as painful as the Polish woman who was in labor for 75 days. (Yes, I looked it up!)
But now that the book is done, I'm happy with the final product, which is what any author strives for.
And as the new mother forgets the pain of childbirth when she holds her infant in her arms, the difficulties of the past years fade when I look at my lovely cover! So I'm delighted and relieved to finally send Murder Comes to Elysium out into the big, bright world!
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Addie agrees to this small favor, despite Elena’s death from anaphylactic shock appearing like nothing more than a tragic accident.
Soon, Addie uncovers small discrepancies in Elena’s untimely death. Even more troubling is Elena herself, who was not the inexperienced college student described by her uncle, but a woman with a dark secret.
When a second person dies at the Mercies, Addie discovers a connection between the two deaths. A connection leading back to one of the most heinous crimes in Florida’s history and the horrific poisoning of seven small children.
Suddenly Addie finds herself in a deadly chess match with an unseen opponent, a grand master of murder always one step ahead. Somehow, she must find a way to defeat this ruthless killer before another life is lost.