Janice L. Davis lives in Florence, AL with her husband, Roy. She wrote a humor column for the local magazine, The Shoals Woman, for three years. Janice is in the Shoals Dulcimer and Folk Music Assn, and plays the dulcimer. She is a proud grandmother of two adorable little girls.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in a small town in Maryland. My grandfather and his father before him were both writers of articles, authors of books, and editors.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
After taking a writing class for a few years I learned about Smashwords, and how others were being successful in self publishing.
Agatha Larsen is on the detective trail once again. Only this time she is investigating a murder that took place fifteen years ago. The trail might be cold, but Agatha and her granddaughters, Mazie and Samara, are hot on it. Because she is questioning so many folks, dark secrets begin to unfold.
When Mayor Max Mueller is murdered at the Christmas tree lighting ceremony, Agatha Larsen and her granddaughters get involved with the investigation. They discover secrets that some of the townsfolk want kept quiet. The story is set against a backdrop of the annual Christmas carnival in 1946, a time of peace interrupted by murder.