What Happened to “The Canal Murder”?

Several readers have asked what happened to our serialized novel

| Mar 1, 2005

Several readers have asked what happened to our serialized novel, “The Canal Murder” by Eve Geisler, of which seven chapters appeared in recent issues of Diabetes Health.

In a recent poll of our readership, we found that too few of you were reading the monthly installments to justify continuing it; there were about two years’ worth of chapters remaining.

The novel is in the process of being published, and we will let you know when it is available.

A message from Eve Geisler, the author of “The Canal Murder”

I am at the stage where the manuscript is with the typesetter. I will be sent a copy of the manuscript to nitpick after this stage is done. Believe me, I will tell you when the book is ready for sale. At some point, if you put your head out the door, you will hear a female voice screaming about where to get the book. You will know then that I'm standing on my roof telling everyone this valuable information.

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