Liz Marshall was born and raised in New York City, and moved to Phoenix to raise her children. "Seeing Eye" is her first book, written at the ripe old age of - well, she won't say, but it was a bit old. And very ripe. Prior to publishing her novel, Liz had a short story, "Falling Into Place," published in the 2012 Desert Sleuths Sisters in Crime Anthology, and a poem, "Woman Eye, Man Eye," published in the Winter 2012 Issue of Canyon Voices. Her next project, a sequel to "Seeing Eye - A Day at the Fair," is in the works. Liz is a lover of animals and good fiction.
Seeing Eye - A day at the fair
"A realistic psychic mystery. And funny!" Rory Wilson is a cheap psychic in a carnival, dressed like a Gypsy, gazing into a crystal ball. She gives people just enough truth to earn a living while avoiding human relationships. She wants desperately not to be plunged into other people's drama, to not SEE things - like murder.
Unfortunately, it isn't working. Not only did she just experience David Miller's murder first hand, she now has to find his killer before the killer finds her. And she'll have to do it while sparring with two Phoenix Police detectives who would like to pin Miller's death on her.
". . . a humorously unsettling tone - Rory's exaggerated Hungarian accent is a hoot . . . mystery with a sympathetic heroine. . . " - Kirkus Reviews