Hurricane Katrina is a foreboding backdrop as Ladonis and HeartTrouble weave in and out of danger trying to solve a murder.
Ladonis Washington finds success within her grasp after the grisly death of her business mentor, but will finding the truth risk her and her brothers lives.
Untangles the mystery of the change and celebrates the power of older women to live with energy, a keen mind, and healthy body.
A native of New Orleans, Alice Wilson-Fried worked in public relations at the Delta Queen Steamboat Company. For the past twenty-eight years, Alice has lived in California with her husband, Frank Fried of Chicago who passed away on January 13, 2015. She is the mother of two, stepmother of three, and grandmother of nine. She enjoys playing tennis, reading and writing. She has two published works--a nonfiction entitled MENOPAUSE, SISTERHOOD AND TENNIS and the first of her mystery trilogy called OUTSIDE CHILD set in New Orleans before Katrina
Woman of the year
Alice Wilson-Fried, member of League of Women Voters Solano County and creator of its Award-Winning
DEMOCRACY MATTERS CIVICS EDUCATION PROGRAM
A series of project-based hands-on civics learning activities on how to engage and participate in local government developed from League of Women Voters tools, resources and procedures on how to be an informed and engaged citizen.
Making sense of a mystery can evoke powerful emotions that generate respect of humanity.