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Nancy J. Cohen's Bad Hair Day mysteries shimmer with wit in the glow of the Florida sun. In her sixth hair-curling adventure, she lands stylist Marla Shore in the midst of a murder with the darkest of roots...
There's no love lost between Marla and Carolyn Sutton since Marla left Carolyn's Hairstyle Heaven to open her own place. Still, it's a nasty shock when Marla enters the meter room behind the shopping center that houses both salons and stumbles over her rival's murdered body.
Curiosity would have been enough to send Marla snooping, but then Detective Dalton Vail actually asks for her help. Marla's quest becomes even more personal when Wilda Cleaver, Carolyn's trusted psychic and new owner of her salon, insists that Carolyn's spirit is begging Marla to solve her murder. Marla's got her work cut out for her—poor Carolyn was far from popular. There's her snubbed sister, who only inherited an unspecified, valuable "collection," the chiropractor whose shady dealings Carolyn had uncovered, and the immigration lawyer who had suspicious ties to Hairstyle Heaven. With no shortage of suspects and a few more surprising twists, Marla's well-coiffed head is soon spinning. It will take all her skill to untangle this snarl of clues before the murderer strikes again. . .
"Nancy Cohen has penned another follicle-raising frolic with a wry twist of romance." —P.J. Parrish, author of Dead of Winter and Island of Bones
"Cohen fashions her Bad Hair Day series with plenty of humor, snappy repartee, and even a healthy helping of current events." —Fort Myers News-Press
"A likeable series with a spunky heroine." —Mystery Lovers Bookshop
Nancy J. Cohen is the author of five previous Bad Hair Day mysteries: Permed to Death, Hair Raiser, Murder by Manicure, Body Wave, and Highlights to Heaven. The mother of two grown children, she resides in Florida with her husband and their poodle, who bears a strong resemblance to Marla's dog, Spooks.