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Death at the Salon
Louise R. Innes

A Daisy Thorne Mystery Series #2
Kensington
April 2021
On Sale: March 30, 2021
288 pages
ISBN: 149672982X
EAN: 9781496729828
Kindle: B08CBM34BZ
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
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Mystery Woman Sleuth | Mystery Private Eye | Fiction

After hairdresser Daisy Thorne finds her missing scissors in a customer’s back, she becomes the prime suspect in a murder . . .
 
When Ooh La La regular Mel Haverstock left the hair salon that morning, no one expected it would be her final parting. But when Daisy closes shop Saturday night, she finds her client dead as the mullet cut. Homicide is back in style in the quiet village of Edgemead in Surrey, England. But who would want to harm a hair on poor Mel’s head?
 
Suspicions higher than a beehive pile on Daisy when it’s revealed that she and Mel had tangled back in high school, and DNA evidence seems to color her guilty. Handsome DCI Paul McGuinness gives the hairstylist new accessories—a lovely pair of silver handcuffs. To clear her name, Daisy must highlight the real backstabber, or she’ll end up shaving heads in the prison barbershop.
 
Praise for Death at a Country Mansion
 
“Everyone who loves a manor house mystery will love this one.”
—Nancy Coco
 
Death at a Country Mansion has more twists than a French braid.”
—Sherry Harris
 
“With an endearing cast of characters, this tightly-plotted mystery will keep you guessing until the very end!"
—Tina Kashian
 

Daisy Thorne

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