Order of Ellie Alexander Books
Ellie Alexander is the pen name of American author Kate Dyer-Seeley, who writes cozy mystery novels. Under her real name, she writes the Pacific Northwest Mysteries series. As Alexander, she writes the Bakeshop Mysteries series. Kate loves the outdoors and uses walks, hikes and swimming to deal with writer’s block. She also enjoys trying out pastry recipes either in her own kitchen or at a coffeehouse. Kate lives in the Pacific Northwest.
Kate Dyer-Seeley made her debut in 2010 with the non-fiction memoir Underneath the Ash. Her first novel was Scene of the Climb, beginning her Pacific Northwest Mysteries series. Only months later, she debuted as Ellie Alexander with her novel Meet Your Baker, which was the first in her Bakeshop Mysteries series. Below is a list of Ellie Alexander’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Pacific Northwest Mysteries Books
|Scene of the Climb||(2014)|
|Slayed on the Slopes||(2015)|
|Silenced in the Surf||(2016)|
|First Degree Mudder||(2016)|
Publication Order of Bakeshop Mysteries Books
|Meet Your Baker||(2014)|
|A Batter of Life and Death||(2015)|
|On Thin Icing||(2015)|
|Caught Bread Handed||(2016)|
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Note: The Pacific Northwest Mysteries and the non-fiction books were written under her real name of Kate Dyer-Seeley.
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Ellie Alexander Synopsis: Underneath the Ash is a memoir by Kate Dyer-Seeley (Ellie Alexander). In her early thirties with the birth of her first child, Kate Dyer-Seeley suddenly finds herself as caregiver for her mother, who is suffering from early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. As Kate’s son, Luke, takes his first steps, her mother struggles to stand. As Luke’s begins to speak, her mother’s words disappear. Kate must learn how to care for their ever-changing needs. To compound matters, Kate has become the family spokesperson and advocate for her mother’s care. She begrudgingly takes on this duty while her extended family refuses to accept the circumstances. Set in the Pacific Northwest with an erupting Mount St. Helens, Underneath the Ash is about more than Alzheimer’s disease. It’s the story of how the deterioration of one person can mirror the deterioration that misunderstanding and denial create in families. It’s the universal story of mother loss, the journey into motherhood and how the two come together.