The Brush-Off by Laura Bradley
A Hair-raising Mystery

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Make an appointment for intrigue at Reyn Marten Sawyer's hair salon! Outrageous, flirtatious, and as colorful as a magenta mohawk, Reyn tracks twisted crimes, untangles tight knots, and never, ever leaves loose ends.
Someone clearly meant business when they targeted San Antonio's hair salon king, Ricardo, who was fatally stabbed with a one-of-a-kind weapon: a sharp plastic hair pick. Reyn had loaned Ricardo the tool -- and now she's not only mourning her friend and mentor's murder: she's also a suspect. And in the eyes of sexy detective Jackson Scythe, she's one alluring stylist who should drop her insistent sleuthing like a hot roller. But Reyn's wound a little too tight to stay out of the thick of things, including teasing and taming the stubbornly single Scythe while taking short cuts to catch a killer -- and uncovering the past of a dead man, whose secrets will make Reyn's hair curl....

About Laura Bradley

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Laura Bradley studied as an undergraduate and postgraduate at St Edmund Hall, Oxford. She then held a Junior Research Fellowship at Merton College, Oxford. She is now a Lecturer in German at the University of Edinburgh.
Published May 1, 2004 by Pocket Books. 368 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When Reyn's friend and mentor, Ricardo, beauty salon mogul of San Antonio, is murdered with the sharp end of one of Reyn's styling brushes, Reyn shoots to the top of handsome detective Jackson Scythe's suspect list.

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Reyn, an 'I'm my own person' hair stylist, receives a phone call from her mentor shortly before he is murdered.

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She came from a small Texas town to San Antonio to make something of herself and she talked Ricardo, the famous Beauty Salon King into giving her a job.

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