WATERVILLE, Maine, Nov. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Baker & Taylor, one of the country's leading book and entertainment wholesalers, recently featured the video trailer for Ellen Larson's forthcoming dystopian murder mystery, In Retrospect as its home page "Reel Time" feature. Baker & Taylor, which serves the library market primarily, featured the In Retrospect trailer on its website, www.btol.com. The video trailer, created by artist Michael D. Sissons, uses original artwork, live actors, computer-generated imagery and features voiceover by legendary British news announcer Trish Bertram. Released in support of Larson's In Retrospect, a December release from Five Star Publications, the trailer is now available for public viewing at: http://www.inretrospectbook.com/trailer.html. An old-fashioned whodunit set in a frightening post-apocalyptic world , In Retrospect has garnered high advance critical praise: "[A] carefully crafted whodunit." - Publishers Weekly (Starred Review) "A cleverly structured mix of science fiction and mystery." - Booklist "Gripping" - RT Book Reviews About In Retrospect: Former elite operative Merit Rafi suffered during her imprisonment at the end of a devastating war, but the ultimate torment is being forced to investigate a murder she would gladly have committed herself. In the year 3324 the Rasakans have attacked the technologically superior Oku. The war is a stalemate until the Oku commander, General Zane, abruptly surrenders. Merit, a staunch member of the Oku resistance, fights on, but she and her comrades are soon captured. An uneasy peace ensues, but the Rasakans conspire to gain control of the prized Oku time-travel technology. When Zane is murdered, the Rasakans exert control over Merit, the last person on Earth capable of Forensic Retrospection. Ellen Larson's first story appeared in Yankee Magazine in 1971. More recently, she has sold stories to Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (Barry Award finalist) and Big Pulp Magazine. She is the author of the NJ Mysteries, now being reprinted by Poisoned Pen Press, and the sci-fi novella, The Measure of the Universe ("Enjoyable read for language lovers"-- Booklist). Larson lived for seventeen years in Egypt, where she worked as a substantive editor in the field of agriculture and developed a love of cultures not her own. These days she lives in an off-grid cabin in upstate New York, enjoying the solitude. Visit Ellen Larson online at: www.ellenlarson.com Five Star Publishing an imprint of Gale, part of Cengage Learning, is a publisher of hardcover, library-edition fiction.