✬ Designed To Die (Dallas OConnor Mystery, #2) Books ✮ Author Chloe Green – Writerscompany.co.uk

Designed To Die (Dallas OConnor Mystery, #2) A great second entry to the Dallas O Connor series After getting over the events in the first book, Dallas finds herself in Washington State on a catalog shoot with things that keep going wrong and a new mystery that begins with a dead model. Savvy Texan Fashion Stylist Dallas O Connor Is Back On Location And Tracking A Killer Who S Turning A Big Budget Photo Shoot From Fashionableto Fatal. I usually don t read mysteries like this, which are set in current times in America I thought this one might be funny, which is wasn t It was well written, though there was a lot of designing jargon to get through Way too ma Re read 6 4 10Another reread 10 8 14 Writing chops improved in this book Still love the fashion styling parts the best. This is the first book I have read by this author and I loved it I read this in one day as I wanted to see what all Dallas was going to do The characters are all so unique and funny This book was hysterical and I wantedI look forward to reading the other books in this series. Dallas O Connor has designs on a high profile assignment in Seattle in her second outing, Designed to Die Designing eye catching sets for a photo shoot featuring the latest wear by highbrow label Tobin Charles, Dallas makes friends quickly and enjoys her work Her zeal is short lived, however, with the suspicious death of one of the models a one car accident which ma This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book about stylist Dallas O Connor drove me crazy I enjoyed it, mostly, as I went along, but it got a little far into the absurdity range for me Then the ending was totally ridiculous Only the first of the three murders model Richard was solved Turned out the second murder Dieta, who was really some kind of FBI agent or something was faked And the third murder Kim the designer who was trying to kill her husband Tobin goes totally unsolved And the whole case had something to do

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