Sunday, August 12, 2018


Ellison Cooper has a Ph.D. in anthropology from UCLA, with a background in archaeology, cultural neuroscience, ancient religion, colonialism, and human rights. She has conducted fieldwork in Central America, West Africa, Micronesia, and Western Europe. She has worked as a murder investigator in Washington DC, and is a certified K9 Search and Rescue Federal Disaster Worker. She now lives in the Bay Area with her husband and son.

Ellison applied the Page 69 Test to her new novel, Caged, and reported the following:
Page 69 of Caged is pretty damn representative of the book. The main character, Sayer, is talking to a scruffy Irishman who is a potential suspect in her murder investigation. He offers her proof that he can't possibly be the killer setting off a series of plot twists and turns. Why would someone implicate this suspect? And what should she do about the line of media vans already lingering outside his house hoping to catch a glimpse of the Cage Killer?
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My Book, The Movie: Caged.

--Marshal Zeringue