Going Out In Style

Meet Dallas O Connor, fashion stylist for the premier retail establishment in Texas, The Store In her debut case, savvy Dallas discovers that in the back stabbing business of fashion, jealousy and revenge are suddenly in vogue.At 5 45 a.m Dallas has nothing on her mind than making coffee and prepping the final day s shooting for the summer catalogue But the surreaMeet Dallas O Connor, fashion stylist for the premier retail establishment in Texas, The Store In her debut case, savvy Dallas discovers that in the back stabbing business of fashion, jealousy and revenge are suddenly in vogue.At 5 45 a.m Dallas has nothing on her mind than making coffee and prepping the final day s shooting for the summer catalogue But the surreal display that greets her on the set a dead super model, and a wild eyed, knife wielding stranger isn t her idea of a great spread And when Raul takes off, the police peg Dallas as their number one suspect Now, Dallas must throw herself into an investigation that exposes the seamy underside of the fashion biz in order to clear her name.
Going Out In Style Meet Dallas O Connor fashion stylist for the premier retail establishment in Texas The Store In her debut case savvy Dallas discovers that in the back stabbing business of fashion jealousy and rev

  • Title: Going Out In Style
  • Author: Chloe Green
  • ISBN: 9781575666686
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. I wish there was a category for "started to read, but gave it up". I haven't finished this book, and I don't intend to. It bored me. I love a good "cozy" mystery, but not this one. As an audiobook, I find the narrator to be the most important piece of the puzzle. If I can't like the narration, it ruins the story for me. Ah well, you can't win them all.

    2. Chloe Green is the pseudonym for one Suzanne Frank, authoress of a series of time-travel romance/suspense books, none of which I have read. Her debut mystery, Going Out in Style, is about as far away as one can get from time travel and ancient civilizations. The story is set in Dallas, and I've been there before and can say I don't recall seeing anything ancient there except maybe for the house my sister bought, and that technically was in Grapevine. Anyway, Going Out concerns Dallas O'Connor, a [...]

    3. This was a fun little mystery. The fashion industry isn’t one I’ve read much about, but as a stylist, Dallas is more on the periphery than smack in the middle of it. As the main characters, Dallas and Raul definitely make some questionable decisions, especially Raul. But, since it was entertaining, I didn’t mind suspending disbelief. The mystery didn’t have a conventional conclusion, and I appreciated that. The reasons behind the murder were not something one would expectokconfessions/20 [...]

    4. Fashion stylist Dallas O’Connor is stunned when she discovers her top model dead upon arrival at a shoot for a summer catalogue. Worse, the police suspect her of being involved in the murder. It doesn’t help that she’s kidnapped from the scene and they think she has fled. She’d better find the real killer before he finds her or the cops arrest her. Who would have wanted to hurt the fashion icon? Beneath the glitter lies a world of deceit and subterfuge. Who can Dallas really trust? Someo [...]

    5. A frenetic, scattershot read. There didn't seem to be any flow to this mystery. It was a hectic, herky jerky read at best, rushing the reader along at breakneck speed.The mystery wasn't all that hard to solve, despite the attempts at placing red herrings.The character of Dallas O'Connor has promise and there are two more books in this series; my hope is that the next installment proves to be a better read.

    6. It wasn't that it took forever for a crime be committed. It was that I either didn't care about or actively disliked every single character I encountered in the first hour of the audio book.There are too many books I want to read to waste my time with 'people' I don't care about.

    7. I enjoy this series a lot, but in rereading I definitely noticed several continuity errors. Also several elements that didn't make sense--including the plot.But I love the inside look at fashion styling. 3.5 stars.

    8. A fast, enjoyable beach read, set in the fashion merchandising industry. Some loose threads and she stretches the plot a bit, but a good debut. I'll read more.

    9. Love it! Keep rereading this one and the rest of the series. If you like Rhonda Pollero, Dorothy Howell and other fashionable mystery heroines, you'll love this.

    10. a fast read, but i got to the end and wasn't 100% sure who killed whom. very complicated and meandering. meh.

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