The Seventh Messenger, McElroy's first novel, a story of young love and intrigue, is set along the shores of Lake Michigan in the 1950s, an idyllic summer vacation environment--or so it seems. A parallel story, from a century earlier, interrupts the first, pulling the protagonist into the region's dark past, forcing her to admit unpleasant truths about herself. Her past, to the end, will not leave her. Don't miss this riveting tale set in Northern Michigan!
The Best President the Nation Never Had chronicles the journey McElroy took with Sam Nunn as he presented a message of common sense conservatism to the voters of Georgia in 1972. Nunn’s principled approach to making government work through cooperation and compromise, and his demonstrated mastery of complex issues, placed him among a rare few considered every four years for the highest office in the land.
The Great Mizzariddle, Jibicle & Cokie, and The Squiggle and Me! All three books should be in every young reader’s library. McElroy’s clever combination of ordinary words to form new words with a unique sound and meaning all their own has readers of every age squiggling out loud.