After being placed in witness protection, Ruby and her daughter move to the former ghost town of Paradise, Arizona, which is nothing like the name implies. The US marshal handling their case has this advice: Fly under the radar—but that's difficult to do after their neighbor is murdered.
Janice's newest passion is glass micro mosaic jewelry. Micro mosaics originated in Italy and became popular with tourists in the 1800s. Janice has learned how to create these ancient pieces using her lampworking skills to create contemporary designs. You can learn how to make micro mosaics in one of Janice's upcoming classes.
The Glass Bead Mystery Series includes High Strung, A Bead in the Hand, Be Still My Beading Heart, Off the Beadin' Path, and To Bead or Not to Bead. These humorous murder mysteries feature glass beadmaker Jax O'Connell, a cast of quirky characters, fun beading details, a catnip-addicted cat, and a little bit of romance.
Janice creates lampworked glass beads using a torch and colorful glass
from Italy. She designs and
assembles jewelry from her handmade beads. These pieces are one-of-kind
wearable glass art. Janice also
makes large sand-casted glass sculptures that have a similar style to her smaller works.
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