J.D. Blackrose is back with a paranormal/cozy mystery series you'd give your right arm for--or, well, someone else's. In book one of the Zombie Cosmetologist series, Pluck & Cover, you'll find Waylon Jenkins--and your newest favorite zombie addiction.
About the Book:
It’s lipstick and lies, murder and mascara, when (unnaturally long-lived) cosmetologist to the stars Waylon Jenkins is dragged into a murder investigation by the local police captain.
Bodies are showing up with limbs missing and Captain Perkins thinks the zombie is the killer because “who else needs the spare parts?” Waylon’s a lover not a fighter but he’s forced to clear his name in Pluck & Cover with the help of a few zany friends and a couple of off-color jokes.
Page Count: 133
Genre: Cozy mystery/paranormal
Publisher: Falstaff Books
Published: March 5, 2020
Next Book in the Series: Hide & Chic (available now)
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Praise for the Book:
"Waylon Jenkins is not your typical detective. For one thing, he’s a cosmetologist and make-up artist. For another, he’s dead. Now, this zombie with a keen wit and a warm (non-beating) heart is teaming up with a ghost and the local police captain to find out who’s killing and dismembering men in LA. “Pluck and Cover” delivers paranormal chills, plenty of twists and turns, and lots of laughs along with a one-of-a-kind protagonist readers will want to check in with again and again. "
Casey Daniels, author of “Don of the Dead” (Pepper Martin Series)
About the Author:
J.D. Blackrose loves all things storytelling and celebrates great writing by posting about it on her website, www.slipperywords.com
. She has published multiple series through Falstaff Books, as well as numerous short stories. She spends a lot of time chatting with the imaginary people in her head and is often accused of having a hearing problem. As a survival tactic, she has mastered the art of looking interested. She credits her parents for teaching her to ask questions, and in lieu of facts, how to make up answers.