Elaine Cunningham Writing Styles in Shadows in the Darkness

Elaine Cunningham
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Point of View

This story is told in third person, with the point of view being Gwen Gellman's. It are her comments that come through concerning the character, subject, and development of the people in the story. It is present day in Providence, Rhode Island. One knows that she is quite happy with her private investigation work. She finds it both satisfying to her and intriguing. It also helps keep her mind off of the mundane parts of her life.

Some of the characters are Elders from a Celtic Otherworld, but they are of a different species, not timeframe. Characters that are not of the Celtic Otherworld (humans) have no idea the Elders exist. It is only the Elders that can sense other Elders and they keep this very private.

This story is fiction, a work in which the timeframe stays the same. The people are depicted as hard...

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