It’s gonna be a great day! Or, so she thought.
Andi Anna Jones, so-so travel agent, amateur sleuth, doesn’t suspect her least favorite client, Stewart (The Pain) Payne, will set off circumstances that lead to disappearance and death.
After his wife doesn’t show for a convention in New Orleans, his threat to sue Graves Travel for “ten times more than it’s worth”, and Andi’s guilt over a long-overdue promise made to her dad, leads her to The Big Easy in search of Grace Payne.
Four unsolved murders, a body caught in a crawfish cage, and a mysterious candle, magic, and incense shop, leads Andi deep into the bayou on a hunt for clues. Will another victim be added to the serial killer’s list, or is the main suspect closer to Andi than she thinks?
Targeted Age Group:: Adult
Heat/Violence Level: Heat Level 1 – G Rated Clean Read
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Keeping with some excellent advice I got years ago to “write what you know’, the series is loosely based on a horrifying stint I had in North Miami Beach as a travel agent. I hope to exorcise the experience from my memory by giving main character, Andi Anna Jones, a positive course for her curiosity and love of a good mystery.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Andi Anna Jones is loosely based on me, although she leads a much more exciting and dangerous life.
Her employee in the agency, Ellie, is also loosely based on an agent I worked with in North Miami. Ellen had a Tennessee accent that wouldn't quit.
The Ruby Jones character, Andi's annoying ex-stepmother, came from an old sitcom called "Alice." I imagined Ruby as Flo from that series.
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