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In this cozy mystery collection, hairstylist Marla Shore finds the culprit when her client dies in the shampoo chair, saves a gala fundraiser from sabotage, and solves a murder at a sports club.
PERMED TO DEATH
Sassy salon owner Marla Shore is giving grumpy Mrs. Kravitz a perm when her client dies in the shampoo chair. If that isn't enough to give her a bad hair day, handsome Detective Vail suspects Marla of poisoning the woman's coffee creamer. Figuring she'd better expose the real killer before the next victim frizzes out, Marla sets on the trail of a wave of wacky suspects. Her theory regarding whodunit gels only after she looks for the culprit closer to home.
"Marla the beautician is a delight!"—Tamar Myers, author of the Pennsylvania Dutch Mysteries
"Fast-paced and jaunty." Publishers Weekly
When hairstylist Marla Shore volunteers for a fundraiser involving celebrity chefs, she doesn't count on murder being part of the menu. First Chef Pierre's rum-soaked Bananas Foster erupts in his face. Then more chefs drop from the roster like overcooked soufflés and the nonprofit's attorney becomes the victim of fowl play. With a killer on the loose, Marla has a lot more to worry about than which canapés her chefs should serve. She'd better sift through the suspects to stop the saboteur before their gala event goes up in flames.
"Curl up with Nancy Cohen's stylishly witty and chillingly suspenseful tale of murder on the Florida coast—Hair Raiser is a cut above." Joanne Pence, author of the Angie Amalfi mystery series
"An easy-to-take series title with the ready appeal of an independent female sleuth and colorful Florida settings." Library Journal
MURDER BY MANICURE
Hairstylist Marla Shore joins a fitness club to get in shape but discovers a dead body instead of an exercise routine. Jolene Myers—a client at Marla's salon—has drowned beneath the frothing waters of the whirlpool. When Detective Dalton Vail determines Jolene's death was no accident, Marla decides to give her deductive skills a workout and help solve the case.
"Marla Shore is a beguiling, very clever sleuth who teases out every clue. Absolutely delightful!" Jill Churchill, author of the Jane Jeffry & Grace and Favor mystery series.
"Cohen fashions her Bad Hair Day series with plenty of humor, snappy repartee and even a healthy helping of current events." The News Press