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Book explores the immortal life

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Mar 10, 2014 - 2:15 PM |

Former Sudbury woman in town March 22 for book signing

A former Sudbury woman will be signing copies of her book, “Dying to Live: Death May Be a Second Chance,” at Chapters on March 22.

Gladys McElrea lived in Sudbury for many years before relocating to Western Canada with her husband in 2011. She now lives in Moose Jaw, Sask.

Her first book was a book of self-published poems entitled “Gypsie Song.” She's also well known as a singer/songwriter, performing under the name Northern Gypsie.

"Dying to Live: Death May Be a Second Chance" is a fast-paced story of what comes after a disastrous girls' night out.

Cherri and her best friend are attacked while on their way home from a popular singles night club, by predators her friend met earlier that night. She is left dying in an ally while her friend is abducted, and later found raped and murdered.

As Cherri’s life is slipping away from her, a mysterious stranger she had encountered at the same club earlier, appears beside her. She asks him to help her, but her rescuer is not human and his solution has dark consequences.

In order to save her, Adrian transforms Cherri into an immortal. Now Cherri must reconcile her new existence with her former human life.

She has two daughters to nurture, a friend to grieve for, a shaky marriage to settle, and a growing attraction to her mentor to manage. She desperately wants to keep her double life a secret, but secrets have a way of stepping out into the light when you least expect them to.

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