Eleanor Sullivan is an award-winning author of books for nurses as well as the Monika Everhardt medical mysteries. Holding both a nursing degree and a doctorate, she is a former dean of nursing and past president of the world’s largest nursing organization.
Now she’s turned her attention to the past, crafting a series of historical mysteries set in the 19th Century religious settlement of her ancestors. The stories feature a midwife and her cabinet-maker husband in the Northern Ohio village of Zoar. Graven Images is the latest in the series.
Join Eleanor Sullivan and me on Tuesday, October 29, 10-11 A.M. CT US as we discuss her passion for writing, family and her unabashed appreciation of her ancestors, the Society of Separatists.