Murder, Curlers, and Canes
A Valentine Beaumont Mystery
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“Smart, entertaining, and laugh-out-loud funny!” —Liliana Hart, New York Times Bestselling Author
Valentine Beaumont is back in her second hair-raising mystery, this time, trying to find out who had it in for an elderly nun. Only trouble is there are others standing in her way: hot but tough Detective Romero, sexy new stylist Jock de Marco, and some zany locals who all have a theory on the nun’s death.
Making things worse: the dead nun’s secret that haunts Valentine, another murder, car chases, death threats, mysterious clues, an interfering mother, and a crazy staff.
Between brushing off Jock’s advances and splitting hairs with handsome Detective Romero, Valentine struggles to comb through the crime, utilizing her tools of the trade in some outrageous situations. Question is, will she succeed?
“MURDER, CURLERS, AND CANES is a beauty of a read. The quirky characters are fun, the mystery is well-plotted, and the romance is sizzling. Arlene McFarlane’s sleuth Valentine teases out every clue. It’s the perfect read for the beach or under the hair dryer. Delightful!” ~ Denise Swanson, New York Times Bestselling Author of mysteries and romances
Arlene McFarlane is the author of the Murder, Curlers series. Previously an aesthetician, hairstylist, and owner of a full-service salon, Arlene now writes full time. When she’s not making up stories or being a wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend, cat-mom, or makeover artist, you’ll find her making music on the piano.
Arlene is a member of Romance Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, Toronto Romance Writers, SOWG, and the Golden Network. She’s won and placed in over 30 contests, including twice in the Golden Heart and twice in the Daphne du Maurier.
Arlene lives with her family in Canada.
Valerie Beaumont has a heart of gold, a body to die for and a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time when murder is involved. She's a self employed beautician by day and a super sleuth by night, but right now she's got man problems. Her second in command, Max, is either her best friend or her biggest headache, depending on what day of the week it is. Detective Romero is her on again/off again love interest, but he disappeared several months ago leaving Val feeling lonely and confused. Now her new sexy-as-sin new employee, Jock de Marco, has legions of women falling all over him and while business is great, Val spends much of her day hot and bothered that she's hot and bothered over Jock. Add a dead body to the chaos that is Val's daily life and you're in for a hilariously delightful adventure that will make you laugh out loud but you need never doubt that this adorably clumsy crime solver will eventually get her man. I read a complimentary copy of this book and all opinions expressed in my voluntary review are completely my own.
Arlene McFarlane's Murder, Curlers and Canes
A sexy new stylist, a murder at the retirement
home, the return of a fired stylist, several blind
dates, a mother wanting to get her daughter
married, a movie production, a baseball game
and a missing in action handsome detective
make Valentine Beaumont's life an interesting
and intriguing one to follow.
You will like the array of a creative characters
in an adventure with plenty of twists and turns.
You will take part in all the humorous
This is the second book in A Valentine Beaumont
Mystery: Murder, Curlers Series. It can be read
as a stand alone.
Looking forward to the next book to see what
adventure awaits Valentine plus how her
romantic prospects progress.
I volunteered to read this story. Thanks to the
author for the opportunity. My opinion is my own.