Echo Ellis

Echo Ellis : Adventures of a Girl Reporter

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Trouble always finds Echo Ellis. Constantly on the hunt for the next big scoop, Echo is a savvy journalist who does whatever it takes to land the story - whether sashaying into a club like a fashionista or skulking across muddy fields in her Wellies. With an enigmatic pedigree and a well-stamped passport, Echo learned at an early age that a seedy underbelly usually lurks right under a glossy surface. With that in mind, she often finds herself in dangerous, yet thrilling situations, as she strives to seek the truth in a snare of lies. One night at an art show, Echo meets Dash Oxford, a handsome doctor with a roving eye. Her reporter instinct kicks in - as does her attraction to this mysterious man - and Echo soon finds herself unraveling a Southern Gothic mystery in the heart of the Mississippi Delta. With her dry humor and penchant for irony, Echo matches wits with everyone from Southern pastors to corrupt politicians as she uncovers the big story while trying to stay alive.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 246 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 14.22mm | 435.45g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508572542
  • 9781508572541

About Suzi Parker

Suzi Parker is a journalist, author and lifelong Southerner who lives and works in Little Rock, Arkansas. Her work has appeared in such diverse publications as "The Economist," "Penthouse," "The Christian Science Monitor," "The Washington Post," "Town & Country," "Salon," and many other national and international publications. She is the author of "Sex in the South: Unbuckling the Bible Belt" and "1000 Best Bartender's Recipes." "Echo Ellis: Adventures of a Girl Reporter" is her first novel. In 1999, she won a Society of Professional Journalists award in California for her Salon story "Blood Money" about tainted prison plasma that infected thousands with Hepatitis C and HIV around the world when former President Bill Clinton was governor of Arkansas. An audiophile, Suzi is a devoted Duranie who loves Duran Duran, punk and new wave music.show more