Day: March 2, 2017

Miller’s “The Elusive Miss Ellison” deserving of Austen, Heyer comparisons

When a novel is garnering comparisons to those of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer, it makes me take notice — sometimes the comparisons are justified, but sometimes they are not. When it comes to Carolyn Miller’s “The Elusive Miss Ellison,” those comparisons are completely on point. This novel set in […]