Friday, February 24, 2017

New This Week: Facials Can Be Fatal, A Bad Hair Day Mystery by Nancy J. Cohen

Omnimystery News is pleased to present a mystery, suspense, or thriller ebook that we recently found by sleuthing (as it were) through new or recently reissued titles from independent publishers during February 2017 and priced $5.99 or less.

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Facials Can Be Fatal by Nancy J. Cohen

Facials Can Be Fatal by Nancy J. Cohen

A Bad Hair Day Mystery (13th in series)

Publisher: Five Star

Edition(s): Print and eBook

eBook Price: $3.99 (as of 02/24/2017 at 12:30 PM ET).

Facials Can Be Fatal by Nancy J. Cohen, Amazon Kindle format

During the frenzy of the December holidays, the last thing salon owner Marla Vail needs is a dead body slathered in a green facial mask at her new day spa. The victim, Valerie Weston, had been a major donor for Friends of Old Florida, a nonprofit historic preservation society. Marla's stylists are scheduled to work backstage at their upcoming gala fashion show, but Val's demise might put a crimp in their plans.

Hoping to salvage her reputation, Marla determines to track down the suspects. Although Val had been well liked by most people, she may have stumbled onto secrets that others would kill to keep. What are the connections between a greedy land developer, a dress designer whose husband may have links to the Asian mob, a mortician who might be involved in the human hair trade, and members of the nonprofit group's board of directors? Are the latter as dedicated to their cause as they'd like Marla to believe, or do they have their own self-interests at heart?

Facials Can Be Fatal by Nancy J. Cohen

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