Ellen Roehl

Ellen Roehl is a retired librarian with a master of arts in Italian and a master of Library Science from the University of California at Berkeley. Having worked in libraries in California, Washington, DC, and London, her experience includes university research libraries, a municipal library and school libraries. Born in Missoula, Mont., she lived in London, England, for 12 years, where her four sons attended the American School in London; she was a member of the London Library and belonged to four book discussion groups. She now lives in the historic district in Frederick, Md., home of an excellent public library.

2 entries by Ellen Roehl

Book Review

The Resistance Man: A Bruno, Chief of Police Novel

Murder, history, and fine wine blend in this enjoyable story of mystery and suspense.

Book Review

Kate Atkinson

Started Early, Took My Dog

Investigator Jackson Brodie untangles past and present in newest Atkinson mystery.