Joy Morgan Davis will be the speaker for the 2 p.m., April 26 meeting of the Henderson County Literary Society in the Woman's Building at the Arboretum.
She will be reviewing the book "Loot," by Aaron Elkins which is a fictional story of a true happening during World War II.
The Nazi's confiscated a massive amount of Europe's priceless art treasures during the war, and in the winter of 1944, as the Allies began to advance into Europe, Hitler raced to hide them in a vast Salt Mine in Austria.
Joy Davis is an actress, author and popular public speaker who dramatizes the plots of best-selling books and plays.
Her characters come to life, stepping through the pages, as Joy, in costume, portrays them.
Joy has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Mississippi College in Clinton, Miss., and has been given their highest honor, the Golden Arrow Award.
She also won the George Washington Honor Medal from the Freedom Foundation in Valley Forge and was listed in the 23rd and 24th editions of “Who's Who of American Women.”
Joy has written several books. the latest being "Under These False Eyelashes There's A Grandmother. "
Joy Davis is an entertaining speaker, and this presentation will be both interesting and informative.
Come join the group on April 26 at 2 p.m. There will be refreshments and fellowship after the meeting.
If you have questions, call Marge Cochran, 903- 489-2022.