“Sullivan, a real nurse, melds the medical world with a historical mystery to give us a riveting suspense. You can feel the air of secrets and lies all around the town as you are walking with Adelaide. Wonderful! On a scale of 1-5, I give it a 4.9.”

Cynthia Clark, Futures Mystery Anthology Magazine 

“…finely drawn murder mystery…expertly crafted, perfectly paced novel…”

  Kirkus reviews

“…enjoyed the storyline, the writing style, the well-rounded characters…no facet of the story I did not enjoy!”

Reader Views

“…an enticing read of small village intrigue in America.”

Midwest Book Review

“Sullivan weaves a unique historical medical mystery set in the utopian Zoar Separatist community of 1830s Ohio, a tale that explores individual faith, women’s rights, and unrelenting courage–courage to stand for the right thing, no matter the cost… a refreshing change of pace!”

Foreword Magazine

“Readers who love stories with strong Amish heroines will be excited to discover Eleanor Sullivan’s Cover Her Body with its bold Separatist main character AdelaideThe historic Zoar Village and its unique community make for fascinating fiction, and Sullivan’s family ties to these people give the novel added depth. Vibrant descriptions and crisp dialogue also contribute to this compelling book.”

           Karen Harper, NYTimes Best Selling author of The Home Valley Amish Trilogy

“Cover Her Body is fabulous! Eleanor Sullivan has written a compelling mystery set in early 19th century Ohio with complex characters and well-integrated historical details. May she write many more books. I could not put this one down!”

           Priscilla Royal, author of The Killing Season

“Eleanor brings the characters to life and I love how the fictional parts of the story are interwoven with the actual ways of how things were done back then. I’m looking forward to the rest of the series…and I highly recommend it to everyone!!”
Amazon reviewer Debby J.

“Cover Her Body is not a good book, it’s a GREAT book!”
Radio host, Bob Krejcarek, Talkline WLDY, Ladysmith, WI, November 10, 2011