“I need you to tell me our story,” Elisa says to her husband.
After 15 years as a powerful Hollywood agent, Elisa Hallerman trades it in for life as an addiction counselor.
They found that he was already a suspect in the disappearance of another woman: Elisa Claps.
Elisa hides in her university office until she can piece together what she does for a living.
When Jep closes his eyes, he sees Elisa and himself, young and naïve and with their whole empty lives ahead of them.
The old archdeacon was still living, and for the moment all except Elisa were at home.
"You are triste yet," said Elisa Puyrredon, drawing her chair nearer to Marcelino.
He suggested that she should adopt in lieu of Elisa the more impressive name of Rachel.
"I suppose it is," said Elisa, with something of weariness in her tone.
My sister Elisa had a man's intellect, a brave heart, and she would have met adversity philosophically.
ELISA (ĭ-lī'zə, -sə)
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; a sensitive immunoassay that uses an enzyme linked to an antibody or antigen as a marker for the detection of a specific protein, especially an antigen or antibody.