Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Easter Hair Hunt by Nancy J. Cohen

This is another review that I have been remiss in sharing with you. Again, it had nothing to do with the book – I thoroughly enjoyed it and this series.

* Series: The Bad Hair Day Mysteries (Book 16)
* Paperback: 302 pages
* Publisher: Orange Grove Press (March 10, 2020)
* Language: English
* ISBN-10: 0999793276
* ISBN-13: 978-0999793275

While the Easter holiday has already been observed this year, the mere mention of it suggests many things to different people. One of the major fun icons of the holiday is the Easter Bunny.

Author Nancy J. Cohen has crafted an intriguing and zany way to feature the Easter Bunny in her latest cozy murder mystery, EASTER HAIR HUNT.

Hairstylist Marla Vail has to put her amateur sleuthing skills to work when she discovers a dead man in an Easter Bunny costume with a stolen Faberge egg nearby. To compound the mystery Marla’s client, Blinky was supposed to be wearing that costume and is now nowhere to be found. This all takes place on a wealthy estate, Tremayne Manor, where there is much more going on than meets the eye.

Despite being seven months pregnant, Marla can’t help but get involved in the case. She provides some useful assistance to her detective husband, Dalton.

As the plot thickens and the case unfolds, Marla and Dalton still find a way to share quality time with each other and their family. With the Easter holiday to celebrate, Marla cooks for her family providing some delicious recipes for readers to try. As Marla’s family core evolves, the characters grow and develop creating a bonding relationship with readers.

The author once again gives readers a tantalizing murder mystery to solve while renewing acquaintances with her delightful characters. The book is the 16th installment in the Bad Hair Day Mysteries but can be read on its own without leaving readers in the dark.

The story moves at a good pace and holds your attention to the very end. The characters are well developed, a bit quirky, and might remind you of real people you know. The plot will draw you in and could have you grinning a few times before the end.

This story will fill you reading basket with entertainment, charming characters, plot twists, tasty recipes, and a cozy murder mystery to solve.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Do you enjoy holiday-themed stores? Have you read any of the Bad Hair Day Mysteries? Ladies, isn’t that a great name for a series?

Receiving a complimentary copy of this book did not influence my review. The thoughts are completely my own and given honestly and freely.


  1. That sounds like a heap of fun - thanks for the heads up.

  2. Thank you for another wonderful review!

  3. A dead man in a bunny suit? Now that's funny.

  4. Oh, that does sound like a fun mystery, Mason. And very 'spring,' too. Thanks for sharing.

  5. 16 in a series is really impressive, especially if the quality hasn't lacked.


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