Book Reviews of Highlights to Heaven (Bad Hair Day, Bk 5)

Highlights to Heaven (Bad Hair Day, Bk 5)
Highlights to Heaven - Bad Hair Day, Bk 5
Author: Nancy J. Cohen
ISBN-13: 9780758200716
ISBN-10: 0758200714
Publication Date: 11/1/2004
Pages: 297
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 30 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Great book. So funny!
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If you want a mind-candy read somewhat reminicient of Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series, you'll enjoy Highlights To Heaven by Nancy J. Cohen. This is part of her "Bad Hair Day Mystery" series. The main character, Marla Shore, is a south Florida Jewish hair stylist with her own salon, and she finds herself in the middle of crime investigations, much to the dismay of her love interest and police dectective Dalton Vail.
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Marla is working to find her neighbor Goat. 5th in the series. Very quick read. Can't put these books down
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In the latest Bad Hair mystery, Marla Shore's next door neighbor disappears, leaving his animals and a dead body behind. Marla is able to identify the body when the police can't because she recognizes the highlighting technique and is able to help, even if they don't want it, the police in tracking down the killer.
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This is a nice series.
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Marla attracts more trouble than she knows what to do with! Agreat book.
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This is Cohen's fifth cozy whodunit, and another "Bad Hair Day" mystery. It's a romantic comedy that aspires to Evanovich and Strohmeyer. A light, fast read.