Mysteries of Lancaster County Book 11: Pride and Pettiness

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Mysteries of Lancaster County Book 11: Pride and Pettiness
Author: Elizabeth Ludwig
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Pride and Pettiness

When Mary is asked out on a date by the handsome and fun-loving baseball coach at the local high school, she thinks it is the perfect time for a new haircut and color. However, things go terribly awry when she goes to old friend and hairdresser, Paige Schiller, and winds up with blue hair. Paige is mortified by the fiasco and has no explanation, but Mary stumbles on a clue when she finds the label switched on a bottle of hair color. Could it be an unhappy accident or is someone trying to sabotage Mary’s date . . . or Paige’s salon? Mary believes the latter, especially when one of Paige’s customers falls prey to faulty clippers and another receives a bad perm, which results in more unhappy customers. Can Mary and her sisters, Elizabeth and Martha, track down the culprit? The clues may be cut and dried, but the case is anything but in this hairy caper.

About Mysteries of Lancaster County

Welcome to Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania, a quaint village in the heart of Lancaster County’s Amish Country. It’s here, amid rolling green hills and well-tended farms, where the Classen sisters, Elizabeth, Martha, and Mary, reunite after inheriting their family home. Together, they operate Secondhand Blessings, a charming gift-and-thrift store, housed in the old homestead’s barn. Little do the sisters suspect as they stock their shelves with Amish handcrafted gift items, antiques, and yummy baked goods that they’re also filling their rustic store with a host of mysteries and surprises.

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