The Dressmaker's Doll is a short story, written by Agatha Christie.
Alicia Coombe manages her very smart dressmaking business with the help of her young assistant, Sybil. One day, a doll appears in the shop—a floppy, long-legged doll that sits itself on the best sofa. But where did it come from, and why does it appear to watch them?
- Alicia Coombe, owner of a dressmaking business
- Sybil Fox, her young assistant
- Mrs Fellows-Brown
- Fou-Ling, Mrs Fellows-Brown's Pekingese
- Mrs Groves, the cleaner