What's so funny about murder? Check out Dixie Cash's "I Can't Make You Love Me, But I Can Make You Leave" (William Morrow).
The Domestic Equalizers, beauty parlor operators Debbie Sue and Edwina from Salt Lick, Texas, spring into action when aspiring country music singer Roxie Jo Jenkins turns up dead in her dressing room.
Debbie Sue and Edwina didn't have to go far for this case as the hair dressers turned private eyes were supposed to be back-up singers for Darla Denman at a telethon.
Darla, a famous county music singer in the twilight of her career, didn't get along with Roxie. One reason? Darla was once married to Roxie's husband, Bob.
But Roxie Jo antagonizes everybody in the cash-starved group, who needed help when their bus broke down in Salt Lick. That just adds to the number of murder suspects for Debbie Sue and Edwina.
They make for a funny duo. Think Lucy and Ethel solve a murder.