Killing in Time by Elizabeth Carroll
How Well Do We Know the Ones We Love? (Killing series 1)

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Home should be a place of safety, but when Julianne steps out of her car with her young son Teddie she fi nds herself standing in a pool of blood. Drawn into the brutal double slaying of a young couple within a stone’s throw of her lovely California mansion, Julianne finds herself having to fight for her life, caught in a whirlpool of abuse, duplicity and violence.

“An innovative and creative approach to a traditional genre.”
Kathy Sward

“Powerful both in concept and execution, this is a work with great gravitational force – an emotional power pulling the reader to the surprising end. I am one of many who, once well into it, could not put it down. It is indeed a thriller – with tremendous impact and scope, covering crucial subjects with relevance and urgency. The sub-title is to be taken seriously. This well-crafted work speaks to every one of us.”
G.B. Claes

About Elizabeth Carroll

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Elizabeth Carrollis 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 Timeis her first novel.
Published May 20, 2012 by Wordsmith Press. 212 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Carroll takes readers on a whirlwind ride through Julianne’s life, from her somewhat difficult marriage to Simon to her fulfilling job at a clinic, from her college days in Washington to her current life as the mother of two sons and a stillborn baby.

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