Elizabeth Marshall is the writing alter ego of a lady born in St Mary’s Hospital, at the Marianhill Monastery, in the province of Natal, South Africa and was brought up in a small, rural Natal village surrounded by a large Scottish farming family.
Her primary education was delivered by Nuns from the Monastery in which she was born. Through secondary school and into adulthood, Elizabeth’s life centered on a love of reading, music, writing and history.
After Elizabeth married she settled in the UK with her husband. She has worked at the Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in England, Nottingham Social Services in England and is currently a Director of an IT Project Management Consultancy.
Elizabeth lives in Derbyshire, England with her husband and children. She spends her spare time with her head in a book or her fingers on the keyboard writing one.
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Whispers In The Dark
Having left Australia to start a new life in York, Stacey Dodge is about to face her first Christmas away from friends and family, but a casual stroll around the ancient city sees Stacey torn even further from loved ones. Accidentally hurled through time, she finds herself in eighteenth century York, in the arms of a man who might just be worth staying for...
Immortality is a gift from the Highland Stag but even the Stag has to face its fate. In a fight to save her family, Corran murders her husband’s brother. The family’s dreams of a quiet life in York are destroyed by the discovery that Angus was not their only threat. To save his wife and unborn child, Simon billets them in an ancient pub, where their lives collide with Robert and Grace Hamilton.
Having endured years of an abusive marriage, Grace Evans finally walks out on her loveless marriage and boards a train for York. Within hours of arriving in the ancient city, her destiny is changed forever by a portrait in her hotel room.
When Fate Dictates
Scottish Highlands are well known for their mystical charms and tales of fantasy, yet few have encountered the power of a Highland Stag.
In the early hours of February 13th 1692 the sulfurous smell of gunfire hung in the air. Awoken by the sickly smell of fresh blood and death, Corran MacDonald is forced to flee into blizzard swept mountains. But she mysteriously defies death...
Smashwords book reviews by Elizabeth Marshall
- Pirates of Savannah: The Complete Trilogy (Adult Version) - Historical Fiction Action Adventure
on Sep. 02, 2011
This is one of the most grounded historical books I have ever read. If you like historical fiction that is accurate and entertaining you will love this book.
Filled with adventure, suspense, intrigue, danger, love and hate, this story is about freedom and the fight for it in a new and dangerous world.
Tarrin has an incredible knowledge of history and he has used this knowledge to take the reader to a place and time in history when people bravely fought for the lifestyle we enjoy today.
I adored the characters, especially April and personally think that the author did a great job in using these people to show us a world not many have had a chance to see.
I loved this book and hope that Tarrin goes on to write more stories because I really can’t wait to read what he might write next.