Description of Mafia Hairdresser

I need a short Description and a Long Description for my book.
Can you read these and tell me ANYTHING in the Comments? Open to suggestions.

It’s the get-rich-quick 80s and a young hairdresser climbs the L.A. social scene ladder to get more than he bargained for by moonlighting for a cocaine trafficking couple. Cars made out of coke, Hawaiian vacations, new clothes & lots of money makes a fabulously dangerous lifestyle that becomes murderous. Based on the author’s own fabulous life. Book 1 of a series.

Southern California in the 1980s was the apex of the universe for the pauper-impaired. Dynasty, Madonna, designer-everything, mobile phones and cocaine ushered in the Me Generation’s appetite for addictive living. In Los Angeles, a young hairdresser named, Jessy, dressed for success and wanted to get rich quick and got more than he bargained for by moonlighting for clients like, Big-Don, who owned a chain of auto-repair shops and supplied drugs to the Hollywood elite. Big-Don’s wife, Claire, whose habit of employing young hairdressers for more than her fashion appetite gets Jessy hooked on more than a new lifestyle.
Jessy’s day-job, at an upscale salon, Beautious Maximous, becomes strained as his co-workers and employers try their best to keep the boy grounded despite the manager being the town’s “queen” of gossip and his friends having to deal with the oncoming age of compulsory condom-sex due to a new un-named plague.
This Mafia Hairdresser is gifted cars, clothing and coke. Vacations to Hawaii, attending music & movie industry parties, and all-you-can-snort cocaine from the mob couple only temporarily mask the fact that Jessy had become part of the crime family where there is no such thing as quitting or leaving. Must this Mafia Hairdresser resort to drugs, blackmail and a possible accidental manslaughter?
Mafia Hairdresser is Book 1 in series and based on the author’s own fabulously dangerous lifestyle.

Mafia Hairdresser is already available for Kindle. After these descriptions of the book are finalized, I’ll be able to make the book available on all Ebook formats such and Nook and ibooks.

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3 thoughts on “Description of Mafia Hairdresser

  1. Shorty: Cars made out of coke, Hawaiian vacations, new clothes & lots of money make for a fabulously dangerous — and murderous — lifestyle .Long: Based on the author's own fabulously dangerous lifestyle, Jessy is a a young LA hairdresser who dressed for success and wanted to get rich quick. He got more than he bargained for by moonlighting for clients like Big-Don, who owned a chain of auto-repair shops and supplied drugs to the Hollywood elite. Big-Don’s wife, Claire, whose habit of employing young hairdressers for more than her fashion appetite, gets Jessy hooked on more than a new lifestyle.Move the 'Must this Mafia…' sentence to its own paragraph…Fab! ~@gizmodesign

  2. Short: … "moonlighting for the mafia" … "makes a fabulously dangerous lifestyle murderous" Long: Los Angeles, a young hairdresser named, Jessy, dressed for success and to get rich quick, got more than he bargained for moonlighting for clients like, Big Don and Claire… employing young hairdressers for more than fashion appetites, Jessy hooked on more than a new lifestyle.Jessy’s day-job, at the upscale salon Beautious Maximous, becomes strained as his co-workers and employers try their best to keep the boy grounded. The manager, the town’s “queen” of gossip and his friends deal with the oncoming age of compulsory condom-sex due to a new un-named plague…This Mafia Hairdresser is gifted cars, clothing and coke. Vacations to Hawaii, attending music & movie industry parties, and all-you-can-snort cocaine from the mob couple only temporarily mask the fact that Jessy had become part of the crime family where there is no such thing as quitting or leaving. Must this Mafia Hairdresser resort to drugs, blackmail and a possible accidental manslaughter?Mafia Hairdresser is Book 1 in series and based on the author’s own fabulously dangerous lifestyle.(Great book!)

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