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Elaine Bossik, Author of The Last Victim, was interviewed by the Boynton Beach Forum

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Boynton woman drew from life experiences in writing first novel

By LINDA HAASE, Palm Beach Post While writing The Last Victim, Elaine Bossik often felt like she was watching an enthralling play. "The characters took on a life of their own. They did things I didn't plan on," she explains. But penning the recently published manuscript wasn't always easy. There were rewrites, edits, rejection letters and a revised ending to the 263-page book. "Some people told me the ending was too grim. I reworked it, and I think I made it better," the Boynton Beach resident … [Read more...]

Elaine Bossik, Author of The Last Victim, was featured in the Palm Beach Post

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Novel Dramatizes Florida’s Real Estate Frenzies

In the newly published novel, The Last Victim, author Elaine Bossik dramatizes two longstanding and recurring Florida trends: Northerners retiring in the sunshine state and real estate speculation. Boynton Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 29, 2011 In the newly published novel, The Last Victim, author Elaine Bossik dramatizes two longstanding and recurring Florida trends: Northerners retiring in the sunshine state and real estate speculation.   Ms. Bossik, a former New Yorker who moved to … [Read more...]

A Conversation with Elaine Bossik, Author of The Last Victim

Scriptologist.com, an online magazine, spoke with Elaine Bossik about her new novel, The Last Victim. Scriptologist.com (Q): Where did the idea for The Last Victim come from? Elaine Bossik (EB): I was in a writing workshop where writers share their writing and offer critiques and suggestions. I wrote what I thought was a short story, but it was really a vignette. The group encouraged me to continue the story and develop the characters. This vignette turned out to be the first chapter of my novel. Q: … [Read more...]