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Book 1: Mister Mottley Gets His Man

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***** “It’s as if P. G. Wodehouse and Dorothy Sayers met up for drinks in the West End.

***** Classic whodunnit, cleverly plotted and very entertaining.

***** “Cozy Mystery Joy…Wonderful Book! 

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Book 2: Mister Mottley and the Dying Fall

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An absolute bounder has stolen the woman Mottley loves. But when the bounder’s accused of murdering an eccentric millionaire, Mottley must clear his name, or break her heart.

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Mister Mottley and the Key of D: A Short Mystery

***** “A lot of fun to read.”

**** “Interesting. Entertaining. Can’t wait for the next one…”

A bestselling Kindle Short Read, now FREE on Amazon or Nook.

Mister Mottley Stirs Up Trouble: A Short Mystery

***** “A well paced and extremely engaging mystery! Ellen Seltz is a master craftsman in this genre. Well done!”

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About Me

IMG_20160530_163357I’ve worked in the entertainment industry for twenty years, from Miami to New York and points in between. My primary roles were actress and producer, but I also served as a comedy sketch writer, librettist, voice artist, propmaster, costumer, production assistant, camera operator and general dogsbody.

I turned to fiction writing in the vain hope that the performers would do as they were told.
Joke’s on me.

 

I’m a native of Birmingham, Alabama, where I now live with my two daughters and my husband. I enjoy vegetable gardening and vintage-style sewing.

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