Walking into Lone Star Cuts is like stepping into the Texas State Home for Dysfunctional Hairdressers. There’s Nan, whose multiple personalities keep everyone guessing; Leon, a good ol’ boy whose octogenarian clients take his flirting seriously; and Ima the psychic manicurist who tends to fall asleep by the third finger. Judy, who dreams of becoming a stand-up comic and spends more time telling stories than doing hair, seems to be the least dysfunctional of the lot. Until, that is, she wins a comedy contest that starts a chain of events that begins with her best friend being fired and her sons being harassed by strange men in trench coats, and ends with an offer for her to run for Governor. Will she or won’t she? Only your hairdresser knows for sure. One thing is certain – it’s a hair-raising, thigh-slapping tale that will leave you wishing you’d put on Depends before you picked up the book.