Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) February 22, 2013
Presenting the history of Arizona in an exhilarating new work of fiction is Elizabeth Bruening Lewis’ new ebook, “Dry Death in Arizona” (E-book published by Trafford Publishing), the second book in her Abby Taylor Mystery series.
One would think that trying to rebuild a life shattered by kidney disease and adapting to the demands of dialysis would be enough of a challenge for anyone. However, when someone attacks former Vassar professor of Anglo Saxon Studies Abby Taylor on her own patio, she fears that she has been targeted for an immediate death which has nothing to do with renal problems.
Why would anyone want to kill her? Why would anyone murder a local nephrologist with a “killer kidney?” Or shoot an annoying acquaintance of Abby’s with a classic rifle? Mysteries compound, and Abby, together with her faithful Corgi, Francis, and the intriguing, ever dearer David Neale, find themselves once again drawn into a maelstrom of mayhem and murder.
“Dry Death in Arizona” is the follow up book to Lewis’ debut novel, “To Live or Die in Arizona.”
What others are saying about “Dry Death in Arizona”:
“The author’s extensive research in both conservation and Arizona history is very impressive. Dry Death in Arizona should be read both for entertainment and for the facts and vital concerns presented which are important to the preservation of land in Arizona and the West.”
– Margaret Madden, former chairperson of the Arizona Chapter of The Nature Conservancy
About the Author
Elizabeth Bruening Lewis has written three interrelated works of suspense fiction. She is a journalist, a Ph.D. historian, has taught at the university level and has been an active volunteer in her community, including nine years on the board of the Arizona Nature Conservancy. Lewis and her husband of 47 years, along with their Corgi, Terrwyn, divide their time between Phoenix and Prescott, Ariz. They have two children and four grandchildren.
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