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Type 1 Murder Mystery Now at a Bookstore Near You


Jun 1, 2006

“The Canal Murder”

Many of you may remember “The Canal Murder,” a murder mystery written by Evelyn Geisler, part of which was serialized in Diabetes Health last year.

The story follows Claire Burton, a private detective with type 1 who takes on the biggest case of her life.

“The Canal Murder” (Pleasant Word, 2006) can now be purchased at your local bookstore or online from Amazon.com or Barnesandnoble.com, or by calling (877) 421-7323.

Evelyn Geisler is a pharmacist, CDE and certified pump trainer who lives in Tehachapi, California.


Categories: Book Reviews, Books, Diabetes, Diabetes, Type 1 Issues



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