Janet Winters fell in love with mysteries and horses thanks to Trixie Belden. After Reading Trixie's first adventure, in which she and her best friend Honey cantered down the bridal path to solve a mystery, Janet was hooked. Then came Agatha, Sir Author, Rex, Daphne, and of course Dorthy L., who inspired her to name her horses after characters in the Lord Peter Wimsey series.
Janet was encouraged to write after winning a fifth-grade essay contest which was published in the local newspaper. After that, her writing took a deviant turn to ad copy, press releases, and commercials, for which she snagged a Matrix award.
After 30 years of convincing people to buy things they didn't need, she turned to her real love--mysteries. She penned her first novel "Murder at Morgan House" introducing amateur sleuth Ivy Snow, her psychic teenage daughter Jaycee, and potential paramour Detective John Garrett. Together they expose deadly secrets that lie beneath the veneer of quintessential American small-town life.
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Murder at Morgan House
by Janet Winters
When Ivy Snow, former Olympic Eventing hopeful moved to the charming town of Wellington to publish Equestrian Style magazine she never dreamed that her family's idyllic lives would be threatened by a prolific arsonist and a long festering plot for revenge.
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