In "The Flame Blue Glove," Lana Turner plays a private eye who is asked to investigate her husband.
As the episode opens, Sarah "Shadow" Conway is describing her old boss, "Dutch," and how much she dislikes him. When Sarah married a rich widower, she gave up her job as a private investigator to become a housewife, but now "Dutch" has returned.
She never liked working for him, but when "Dutch" asks her to come back, she feels obligated to accept.
Now, she must investigate the death of the first wife of...her own husband!
Sarah resents "Dutch" for making her take on this job... but she resents him anyway...and she doesn't let him forget it...and she wants to make sure that investigation is handled properly.
What will Sarah discover about her husband, his first wife, and the three other girls he was dating?
"The Flame Blue Glove" was adapted by E. Jack Neuman from a story by Lois Eby and John C. Fleming. William Spier produced and Norman MacDonnell directed. Lana Turner, in her second appearance on Suspense, starred. Also appearing were William Johnstone and Lou Merrill. This episode aired on December 15, 1949.
(Image of Lana Turner from Wikipedia)