Killing in Time (Paperback)

By Elizabeth Carroll

Wordsmith Press, 9780956079527, 210pp.

Publication Date: May 7, 2012



A first class white-knuckle forensic crime thriller, and a well-written murder mystery, with tension that draws the reader into the web of deception and violence, told from several points of view. The well-crafted work speaks to the reader long after the book has been completely consumed. The sub-title is to be taken seriously. This well-crafted work speaks to every one of us, and is impossible to put down once Julianne steps out of her car into a pool of blood, flooding into "perfect" lives. Craftmanship, character and tension blended in excruciatingly exact detail with modern forensics.

About the Author

Elizabeth Carroll is the literary name for a pediatric physician and researcher now publishing the Killing series of forensic thrillers. Her professional interests have included special issues for women and children. Experience as an inner-city pediatrician devoted to the care of children with crippling and lethal illness and injury has given her the opportunity to observe and write about the darkness that emerges from the human heart, as well as the redemption that our best efforts can bring. A lifelong writer, she has studied creative writing and crime fiction both in California and the United Kingdom (Oxford). She has published extensively in pediatric science and medicine. Killing in Time is her first novel.