L Barnett Evans
Lillie Barnett Evans is a novelist, playwright, and award-winning storyteller. She has given spoken-word performances at schools, churches, art festivals and various other venues across the country. She has written several plays: Is God Calling My Name?, North Star, and The Body of Christ. She has also written for newspapers and magazines. Her first novel, And All the People Said...is a suspense thriller. Her comedy fiction, Grandmothers, Incorporated was her first collaborative effort and was co-written with C. V. Rhodes. Grandmothers, Incorporated received several on-line book awards including Best Book of the Year by two online websites. Barnett Evans also collaborated with Rhodes on the play, Grandmothers, Incorporated which enjoyed a successful Off-Broadway at the Billie Holiday Theater in Brooklyn, New York.. Barnett Evans holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration. Visit her on the web at: www.lilliebarnettevans.com and at www.grandmothersinc.com.
Crystal V. Rhodes is an author and an award-winning playwright. She is the author of five published romance novels. Her titles include Sin, Sweet Sacrifice, Sinful Intentions, Singing a Song..., and Still Waters.... Her comedy fiction, novel, Grandmothers, Incorporated, co-written with L. Barnett Evans was selected as Best Book of the Year by two online websites. Written Word Magazine named Ms. Rhodes as one of the Ten Up and Coming Authors in the Midwest. As a playwright she has been the recipient of the BTA Award for the Best Original Writing for her state play, Stoops. Rhodes holds a Master degree in Sociology and has written for newspapers magazines, radio and television. Visit her websites at www.crystalrodes.com and www.grandmothersinc.com
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There's Something Wrong with Miss Zelda
When friends Bea, Connie, Hattie and Hattie's mother-in-law Miss Fanny, go on a dream vacation, no one objects when Miss Zelda Chambers is invited along. After all she's a sweet old lady and Miss Fanny's friend. However, things are not as they seem. Soon mystery, intrigue and laughs abound as the amateur sleuths of Grandmothers, Incorporated discover that There's Something Wrong with Miss Zelda.
Saving Sin City
Crime solving takes a holiday,when amateur sleuths Hattie Collier, Bea Bell and Connie Palmer win a trip to Las Vegas. However, when the devil's playground proves to much for Hattie, she launches an outlandish plan to save not only her friends, but Sin City from the gates of hell.
Take two fun loving grandmothers and one religious zealot, put them in Las Vegas and the result is pandemonium!
When a former high school classmate dies, three "sixty-something" widows are determined to prove that the cause was nothing less than foul play. Certain that they know the culprit, the ladies turn the lives of everyone around them upside down in their hilarious quest for justice.
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