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October ushers in great books with holiday themes!

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You never get a second chance at a first kiss…


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Fake Homecoming. Fake Boyfriend. Real feels.


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She's come to Captivity to go wild…


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A terrific, twisting romantic thriller that will keep you guessing.


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Tis the season … for unexpected love.


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Blessings, Georgia series, where the glow of a small-town Christmas and excitement of a winter love story will warm your heart!


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Secrets are every where

Tressed To Kill by Lila Dare

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Also by Lila Dare:

Wave Good-Bye, March 2013
Paperback / e-Book
Die Job, January 2012
Paperback / e-Book
Polished Off, February 2011
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
Tressed To Kill, May 2010
Paperback

Tressed To Kill
Lila Dare

Southern Beauty Shop #1

May 2010
On Sale: May 4, 2010
Featuring: Grace Terhune
304 pages
ISBN: 0425234746
EAN: 9780425234747
Paperback
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Mystery Woman Sleuth | Mystery Amateur Sleuth

First in the brand-new Southern Beauty Shop mystery series

St. Elizabeth, Georgia, offers charm, Southern hospitality-and, most recently, murder. When hairdresser Grace Terhune and her mother, Violetta, gussy up all the high-society ladies attending the town meeting, they find their snobbiest client dead. The police believe the mother-daughter duo did her in. But before things get snarled beyond repair, Grace sets out to clear their names.

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Re: Tressed To Kill

Thank you for our introduction to Lila Dare this month. I enjoy how these southern belles can speak so gentel yet be sharp as a tack with their observations.
(Susan Lathen 3:00am May 31, 2010)

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