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Win a Collectible Porcelain Doll or Arizona Crafted Earrings to Celebrate PERIL BY PONYTAIL, Nancy J. Cohen's Mystery Release!



Nancy J. Cohen is proud to announce the release of her latest Bad Hair Day mystery, PERIL BY PONYTAIL with a fabulous contest. One lucky US grand prize winner will receive a Collectible Porcelain Indian Drummer Doll and two US runners up will each win a pair of handcrafted earrings and a copy of HANGING BY A HAIR. Nancy had a great time touring Arizona doing research for While staying at a dude ranch, she picked up some fun gifts and this is your chance to win them!

About PERIL BY PONYTAIL

Hoping for a romantic honeymoon at an Arizona dude ranch, Marla and Dalton arrive to find a series of mishaps plaguing the resort. A nearby ghost town is suffering similar problems. Is it a coincidence that Dalton’s Uncle Raymond owns both properties? When the patriarch asks for their help in finding the culprit, Marla and Dalton jump on the trail. News of a local forest ranger’s death raises the stakes, especially when they learn the man was Raymond’s friend.

Since sleuthing comes more naturally to Marla than horseback riding, she throws herself into the investigation with her usual zest. But as she digs deeper, she discovers skeletons in the family closet. Someone means to drive Raymond out of business, and the reason may be linked to his past misdeeds. But Raymond isn’t the only one with secrets. The trail leads Marla from an environmental activist group to saguaro poachers to water rights proponents to an old copper mine beneath the ghost town. She’d better saddle up, rein in the clues, and find the killer before she becomes the next spirit inhabiting the haunted hillside.

PERIL BY PONYTAIL

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