“An ambitious, satisfying historical mystery.” Kirkus Reviews

“a tightly woven tale of historical as well as mystery” The Literary Review

“..a refreshing Americana whodunit.” Midwest Book Reviews

“Sullivan brings the pace of the thriller within a mystery that has many turns. Graven Images is a page turner that will leave fans on the edge of their seat.” Suspense Magazine

“Engaging, fully developed characters bring us back to another century to pose thought-provoking questions about social norms and challenging authority.” Clarion Reviews

“..very well written murder mystery. I would highly recommend this novel to anyone who enjoys a great time period mystery.” Reader Views

“The portrait of a closed society in Graven Images is fascinating in itself. Add a few juicy secrets, a couple of murders, and an engaging midwife/sleuth and you have an engrossing mystery novel that will leave readers wanting more.”
Kathy Lynn Emerson, author of How to Write Killer Historical Mysteries

“In Graven Images, Eleanor Sullivan transcends the usual historical mystery by reminding us that it takes more than laws to safeguard the rights of women—it takes courageous hearts. The result is a book both thought-provoking and entertaining.”
Joanna Campbell Slan, author of The Jane Eyre Chronicles

“Graven Images is a beautifully written, intricately crafted mystery that will keep you guessing right to its rousing conclusion.  Prepare to be drawn into the intriguing world of the Separatists and utterly beguiled by Adelaide, the midwife, healer, and indomitable woman sleuth who solves murder in a society where you’d least expect it.  Highly recommended!”
Sue Owens Wright, Braced for Murder (The Beanie and Cruiser Mysteries)

“A taut, unusual story about making choices based on moral judgment and weighing the consequences of those conclusions.”
Jan Christensen, author of Organized to Death

“Eleanor Sullivan has written more than a murder mystery, she weaves a story of what it is to truly love and live free within the confines of a community that demands conformity.”
Tess Collins, author of Notown