A MYSTERY AT
The Constipated Elephant is a mystery of a ninety-nine-year-old lady, Claire, who spins her life out to her nurse, Rosie. In turn, Rosie desires to write Claire's life story. Her husband, John, who works for the FBI warns Rosie to be careful.
Humor, serious, and sorry tales evolve either through Claire's conversation or in her journal, at which Rosie finds and copies it, discovering how Claire's secret desire is not to let her children ever know what truly happened in her life. Sheriff George is out of the picture in this one as it involves FBI. However, he is asked to help out with his local knowledge of the main character.
ABOUT A. JAY
Audrey J. Fick (A. Jay) was born in Detroit, Michigan. Author of six novels, she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Studies with a minor in Creative Writing and an emphasis in Criminal Justice from Lake Superior State University.
She was a fiction editor for the fifth edition of Border Crossing, an international literary journal. Her book review of Mark Jacobs' Forty Wolves was published in the September 2015 edition of Peace Corps Magazine.
She currently lives in Cedarville, located in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Murder in the Snows
Murder in the Snows is a murder mystery set in the eastern part of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
The year is 1947, just a couple years after World War II. When the victim is discovered, the shock to the local sheriff, George Kaughman, is overwhelming, as he was his best friend.
The search seems to be a roller coaster of clues and dead ends, until the end when he discovers shocking evidence that leads the reader to a surprise ending.
Revelation at the Snows
Revelation at the Snows is the second of a trilogy, following the first, Murder in the Snows—Snows being a channel in the Les Cheneaux area of eastern part of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Sheriff George is once again confronted with murder of the worst kind.
One murder after another causes George to realize he has a serial killer on the loose. The surrounding area of that population eagerly await for a final discovery and relief of their fears when George finalizes his search.
Marquette Island, View from the Snows
Twenty or so years have passed since the arrest of the evil one. Now, in Marquette Island, View from the Snows, Sheriff George is confronted with a dead body and various robberies.
Complications and deaths have George going in a quandary, searching for answers. Finding the truth completes his career as he contemplates retirement. So does he?
And that's what I hope you get from reading my books:
that no matter what, if you lean towards good, it'll always come out alright.
Her first novel, written under A. Hutchison, is a story of the murder of a female officer working in an all male prison, followed by three male officers deaths, caused a red flag for governmental investigation.
The involvement of one female officer and her experiences working with the FBI inside the prison depicts experiences not common to the general public. As the events of the investigation transpire, the reader will be compelled to continue reading to the end.
Who Is Ellen Roquefort?
This is this life story of a person who suffered from paranoia schizophrenia, yet she fought her illness and taught english and journalism, wrote poetry, oil painted, and parented a child.
From birth to her late teens she lived a normal life. While in college she began showing a personality change.
Her story will lead the reader on a hair-standing journey of horrific events hardly imaginable.