Doug Graham, known as Chandler through high school, was born in Roanoke, VA in 1930. His choices of employment run the gamut. Amusement ride operator, US Army Air Corps (later US Air Force), policeman, finance officer, real estate salesman, radio ad salesman, bottle club operator, automobile salesman, specialty advertisement salesman, mail carrier, private investigator. In January of 2000 he moved to Florida and has traveled extensively, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Hawaii and throughout the South and West United States. Writing, computer animation, camping and travel are his interests today.
Hairdresserby Douglas Chandler Graham
Ridgemont may be a small town but it has big city situations. Who murdered the man, he had no enemies, that employed most of Ridgemont's workers? Can a beautiful woman find religion when a handsome pastor moves to town? Can a drifter lose his past? Can a church pot-luck supper turn into a murderous standoff? Questions, questions, questions, everyone in Ridgemont has questions but the answers are secrets, some of them twenty years old. Some snooping, some detective work and some psychiatric help sort it all out in Hairdresser.
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This novel plots two story lines. First is the life and times of Shellie Shotwell, a sexy hairdresser in the small town of Ridgemont. Second is the murder of a prominent business man, Garlow Smith, who has no enemies. As the stories intertwine, the reader discovers Graham's wit, imagination, and sense of humor. He embellishes his tale with mystery, suspense, and sexy situations that will make you eager for the next chapter. Graham's style of prose is sure to delight you.