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Murder, Curlers, and Cream

A Valentine Beaumont Mystery (The Murder, Curlers Series, Book 1)
Written by: Arlene McFarlane
Length: 9 hrs and 9 mins
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“Smart, entertaining, and laugh-out-loud funny!” (Liliana Hart, New York Times bestselling author) 

Valentine Beaumont is a beautician with a problem. Not only has she got a meddling mother, a wacky staff, and a dying business, but now she’s got a dead client who was strangled while awaiting her facial. 

With business the way it is, combing through this mystery may be the only way to save her salon. Until a second murder, an explosion, a kidnapping, death threats, and the hard-nosed Detective Romero complicate things. But Valentine will do anything to untangle the crime. That’s if she can keep her tools of the trade in her bag, keep herself alive, and avoid falling for the tough detective. 

In the end, how hard can that be?

©2016 Arlene McFarlane (P)2019 Arlene McFarlane

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  • ky89
  • 2019-10-21

slow go

it was okay. hard to keep up slow go trying to build things. but the murder was unexpected. migjt come back to the series haven't decided yet

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  • M. Natale
  • 2019-09-12

Boring

I feel that the story was influenced by Janet Evanovich without the funny characters. I found myself avoiding listening. I started weeks ago and still didn’t finish.