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Dressed to kill
Patricia Hall
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When a young fashion model disappears, photographer Kate O'Donnell discovers there's a darker side to Swinging Sixties' London

It's 1963.
A new band called the Rolling Stones is beginning to make its mark and the mini-skirt is coming into fashion. For young Liverpudlian photographer Kate O'Donnell, it's an exciting time to be in the capital - especially as she's on secondment to an up-and-coming fashion photographer's studio.
But there's a darker side to 1960s' London, Kate discovers, when the naked, battered body of a teenage prostitute is found amongst the rubbish bins behind a Soho jazz club - and it turns out the victim was a former model at the studio where Kate's working.

When a second young model disappears, Kate enlists her friend DS Harry Barnard's help to find out exactly what's going on. Together, they uncover the first of several dark secrets surrounding Andrei Lubin's fashion studio and the notorious Jazz Cellar.

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Patricia Hall has been a journalist with the BBC and Guardian newspaper, and is the author of more than twenty crime novels, including the popular 'Ackroyd & Thackeray' series set in her native Yorkshire.
She lives near Oxford.

"Hall does a fine job of creating a groundbreaking protagonist whose fearlessness coupled with her talent forges a path for future female professionals"
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"A likable heroine, an unusual plot, and plenty of unexpected twists make for an intriguing read"

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O'Donnell, Kate (Fictitious character) - Fiction.|Women photographers - England - Liverpool - Fiction.|London (England) - Social conditions - 20th century - Fiction.|Detective and mystery stories.
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