|Clue in Blue, the (1948) [Novel]|
by Betsy Allen
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Series: Connie Blair Mysteries
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When Connie Blair takes a takes a temporary job modeling glamorous clothes at Campion's in Philadelphia she becomes involved in a baffling mystery taking place behind the scenes of the great department store.
It all starts with a missing fur beret. Connie's dashing young aunt, stylist for Campion's is deeply concerned. The hat, a Paris original, is fabulously expensive. But what really worries Aunt Bet is that it is not the first article in her care to vanish mysteriously, only to reappear later even more mysteriously.
Connie is faced with one unaswerable question after another. Who was the man in the woman's hat, that Sunday afternoon in the deserted store? Why was Grace, the little stock girl, sobbing in terror in the model's dressing room? Most important of all, what unknown enemy is trying to cast the shadow of suspicion on Aunt Bet?
Determined to find the culprit, Connie enlists the aid of Larry Stewart, the young display man, and finally comes face to face with a far more ruthless enemy than she had ever imagined in her wildest dreams.
Original title: The Clue in Blue
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Mystery