KILLER HAIR by ELLEN BYERRUM
Home of the helmet hairdo and congressional comb-over,
Washington, D.C. is a hotbed of fashion faux pas. If anyone
should know, it's "Crimes of Fashion" columnist Lacey
Smithsonian. She dishes out advice to the scandal-scorched
and clothing-clueless, doing her part to change this town—
one fashion victim at a time...
Can a bad haircut kill you?
An up-and-coming stylist, Angie Woods had a reputation for
rescuing down-and-out looks—and careers—all with a pair of
scissors. But when Angie is found with a drastic haircut
and a razor in her hand, the police assume she committed
suicide over the shear disaster. Lacey knew the stylist and
suspects something more sinister—that the story may lie
with Angie's star client, a White House staffer with a
salacious Web site. Or with a recent string of thefts at
the salon. With the help of a hunky ex-cop, Lacey must root
out the truth—before she becomes the next subject of a
Lacey's Fashion Tip of the Day:
Never wear pink to testify. (Lacey has complicated feelings
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