Robin’s Review of Shampoo & Condition

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Shampoo & Condition

by M.L. Ortega

Rating: 5 out of 5.
Shampoo & Condition 
by M.L. Ortega

 If Janet Evanovich’s signature character were a single mom, she’d answer to the name Maggie Chessman. In Shampoo & Condition, Vivian, Maggie’s soon to be ex sister-in-law, drops dead in a beauty salon and Maggie’s brother becomes suspect number one – 
 - creating friction between our main character and her policeman boyfriend.
What can a girl do but pursue other suspects: Vivian’s shifty sisters, a smooth financial operator, and a secretive shampoo girl.

Meanwhile, Maggie’s best friend is matching corpses with missing persons on the Jane Doe website, eventually spotting a dead person in their midst.
Robin's Review: The main characters, Jane and Maggie are looking into a death at a beauty salon which turns out to be Maggie’s soon to be ex sister-in-law.

This was a light and enjoyable read. The story is of the cozy mystery genre, but with a whole lot of fun thrown in. It's a short book, so I won't go into detail, but suffice it to say that this was an entertaining and exciting story.

Series Order:
Turn Key Condition: a "Me Too" mystery
Shampoo & Condition: a “Me Too” mystery
In Mint Condition: a “Me Too” mystery May 2023

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