When Arlene Duvall telephoned Perry Mason and breathlessly announced that she had been robbed, he said: "Come in and see me." "I can't," replied the damsel in distress. "I've nothing to wear." Wandering nude at the Remuda Golf Club, she tells a strange story: while she peacefully sun-bathed near the course, someone made off with her Cadillac, her trailer, and all her belongings—including her precious diary.
Also released as The Case of the Sunbather's Diary.
Original title: The Case of the Sun Bather's Diary
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Legal Thriller