The wisdom of hair / Kim Boykin.
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- ISBN: 9780425261057
- ISBN: 0425261050
- Physical Description: 296 pages (softcover) ; 21 cm
- Edition: Berkley trade paperback edition.
- Publisher: New York, New York : Berkley Books, 
- Copyright: ©2013
Life can be beautiful, but it takes a little work...--cover.
Includes Readers Guide (pages 293-296).
In 1983, on her nineteenth birthday, Zora Adams finally says goodbye to her alcoholic mother and their tiny town in the mountains of South Carolina. Living with a woman who dresses like Judy Garland and brings home a different man each night is not a pretty existence, and Zora is ready for life to be beautiful. With the help of a beloved teacher, she moves to a coastal town and enrolls in the Davenport School of Beauty. Under the tutelage of Mrs. Cathcart, she learns the art of fixing hair, and becomes fast friends with the lively Sara Jane Farquhar, a natural hair stylist. She also falls hard for handsome young widower Winston Sawyer, who is drowning his grief in bourbon. She couldn’t save Mama, but maybe she can save him. As Zora practices finger waves, updos, and spit curls, she also comes to learn that few things are permanent in this life—except real love, lasting friendship, and, ultimately… forgiveness.
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