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Mystery
  • Author:
    Chloe Green
  • ISBN:
    075820180X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0758201805
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  • Publisher:
    Kensington (July 1, 2002)
  • Subcategory:
    Mystery
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    1401 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.2
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Designed To Die book.

Designed To Die book. Savvy Texan fashion stylist Dallas O'Connor is back on location and.

Fashion stylist and occasional sleuth Dallas O'Connor must try to discover who is turning a big-budget photo shoot into a venue for murder, and faces suspects ranging from bickering designers to a lingerie model.

Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. O'Connor, Dallas (Fictitious character), Fashion designers, Women private investigators, Crime, Murder. Fashion stylist and occasional sleuth Dallas O'Connor must try to discover who is turning a big-budget photo shoot into a venue for murder, and faces suspects ranging from bickering designers to a lingerie model.

Going Out In Style (Dallas O'Connor Mystery, Designed To Die (Dallas O'Connor Mystery, and Fashion Victim (Dallas O'Connor Mystery, Dallas O'Connor Mysteries Series. 3 primary works, 3 total works. Book 1. Going Out In Style. Meet Dallas O'Connor, fashion stylist for the pr. ore. Shelve Going Out In Style.

Fashion stylist and occasional sleuth Dallas O'Connor must try to discover who is turning a big-budget photo shoot into a venue for murder, and soon, the big blonde Texan with a flair for fashion is faced with a wealth of suspects, from bickering designers to a lingerie model, and she must race against time to catch a killer before she becomes.

This critically acclaimed mystery series delivers a perfect blend of hilarity and suspense. Sprightly fashion stylist Dallas O’Connor is excited about a chance to escape the suffocating heat of Texas for a cool photo shoot in Seattle. But not soon after her arrival, a top male model and his Porsche plunge fatally into the ocean. Dallas suspects foul play, and she’s determined to sift through an assortment of zany characters to find the killer. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

DALLAS O’CONNOR MYSTERY Series: Main Character: Dallas O’Connor, Fashion Stylist, Texas.

aka J. Suzanne Frank). DALLAS O’CONNOR MYSTERY Series: Main Character: Dallas O’Connor, Fashion Stylist, Texas.

This critically acclaimed mystery series delivers a perfect blend of hilarity and suspense. Sprightly fashion stylist Dallas O'Connor is excited about a chance to escape the suffocating heat of Texas for a cool photo shoot in Seattle. Dallas suspects foul play, and she's determined to sift through an assortment of zany characters to find the killer.

Frank also wrote a series of light mysteries featuring fashion stylist and amateur sleuth Dallas O'Connor. Green, Chloe (1999-07-01). Designed to Die. Kensington Publishing Corporation. In 2013, she published Laws of Migration, the first of a contemporary series about three female ornithologists and their intersecting lives and choices Since 2005, Frank has taught adults how to write novels through The Writer's Path at SMU, where she is currently the program director.

She has written four novels under her own name and a short series of light mysteries under the name Chloe Green, which feature the fashionable sleuth Dallas O'Connor. She draws heavily on history, myth and especially the Judeo-Christian Bible. 2 Novels as Chloe Green.

Fashion stylist and occasional sleuth Dallas O'Connor must try to discover who is turning a big-budget photo shoot into a venue for murder, and faces suspects ranging from bickering designers to a lingerie model. Reprint.

Thohelm
She has nothing to do so when she receives an offer of a job on the opposite side of the country, she decides to take it. Dallas O'Connor is a stylist whose job is to make the fashions look so perfect people will believe in fantasy. Currently, Dallas works in Washington State for Tobian Charles, an up and coming firm that caters to the mobile male yuppie.

On her first day, Dallas is impressed by the amount of money being spent to make the company a success. She feels her new job looks perfect until she sees Tobian Marconi's car go into the nearby water. She tries to rescue the trapped person, but fails. The victim is a model who happens to belong to a New York Mafia family. When another popular person dies, Dallas and everyone else become spooked. When a third death happens, Dallas packs her bags as she no longer does Washington and instead heads home to Texas.

DESIGNED TO DIE is an enjoyable amateur sleuth mystery in which the motives are more critical to the reader than the actual homicides. Following the motives will lead the audience to an abundance of suspects, but weeding through the viable culprits is difficult yet feasible. Chloe Green has written a witty and breezy tale that will appeal to anyone who relishes an intelligent who-done-it.

Harriet Klausner
Zan
What a fun mystery series -- this is the 2nd book in the Dallas O'Connor fashion industry murder mystery series. By the way, you will learn all you ever wanted to know about the background of the fashion business, and it's wrapped up in a really cool mystery. (Pretty good for a chick-book! I like it 5-stars worth, and I'm manifestly not a chick.) Look for the author's other series, which starts with Reflections In The Nile, written under the name of Suzanne Frank. Buy them now. Read them now.
hulk
Dallas is... No, not the city...the mystery solvoing protaganist who lives in Dallas, Texas, in Chloe Green's novel, Designed to Die. This book is about as thought-provoking as naming a main character Dallas, that lives in Dallas. Dallas O'Connor, a stylist turned murder-solver does, however, have some good intuition. When she is on a boat headed to her new mysterious styling assignment she surmises: "Seattle was behind us, Canada to the right... Not that I could see it, but it was there." The dialogue is shallow and the characters are unrealistic. Forget suspense, thrill, and intrigue. Look for this novel that is "designged to die" in the humor section of your local book store.