Author of the new suspense thriller, THE DOLLHOUSE IN THE CRAWLSPACE, Ellen Byerrum is a thriller writer, a playwright, and a former Washington D.C. journalist. She attended private investigator school in the Commonwealth of Virginia and holds a PI registration.
Best Thrillers calls THE DOLLHOUSE IN THE CRAWLSPACE “an ingeniously crafted psychological thriller that bewitches on page one and continues to mesmerize until its shocking conclusion. Fans of The Girl on the Train will love it.”
Kings River Life Magazine says, “Reminiscent of the best of gothic suspense fiction, readers will be thoroughly entertained by Tennyson. Her strong will and even sharper wit ensure that readers will be cheering for Tennyson to break free and discover the truth.”
THE DOLLHOUSE IN THE CRAWLSPACE introduces Tennyson Claxton, whose mind seems to hold the mingled memories of two very different women. Her past is full of questions, her present is filled with deception and danger, and her future is a blank page -- unless she can discover who she really is. Byerrum will explore Tennyson’s continuing odyssey in a future novel.
Byerrum also writes the popular Crime of Fashion Mysteries, which star a savvy, stylish female sleuth named Lacey Smithsonian. Lacey is a reluctant (but well-dressed) fashion reporter in Washington D.C., “The City Fashion Forgot.” Two of her Crime of Fashion novels, KILLER HAIR and HOSTILE MAKEOVER, were filmed for the Lifetime Movie Network. The tenth and most recent book in that series is entitled LETHAL BLACK DRESS. Byerrum has also penned a middle-grade mystery, THE CHILDREN DIDN'T SEE ANYTHING, the first in a projected series starring the precocious twelve-year-old Bresette twins. Follow Ellen Byerrum on the web at ellenbyerrum.com and on Facebook and Twitter. Her books are available through bookstores and from Amazon.