Police work and experience has brought heiress and non-Masonic author Eliza Earsman into close contact with some of the most prominent leaders of Freemasonry. As a result, Eliza has become an unintended agent provocateur. As such, she has become uniquely qualified to present her publicly profiled narrative non-fiction, Days of Elijah. Despite fierce Mountbatten-Windsor contention against her work going public, Eliza still presses on against all controversy. Eliza is a member of international literary communities and has travelled internationally.