Susan Yates, fashion designer, was called in by the district
attorney's office to give an expert opinion in a murder case.
Fingerprint men, photographers, detectives of every status and the
assistant D. A. himself were working on the case, but there was one
thing about the victim that brought them all up short-why would a
fashionable young lady wear a decollete evening gown over long
winter underwear? This was the way in which Prunella Parton was
dressed when she was found murdered on an incoming ski train, and
it was the reason for this peculiar garb that Susan Yates was
called on to supply. Dressed to Kill is sophisticated and fast
moving, with a humor both in dialogue and treatment which is
distinctly of the present day and modern scene. An exceedingly
complicated plot is handled with sureness and finesse. Dressed to
Kill was first published in 1941. This edition includes an
introduction by Curtis Evans.
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