Ed Macy had mentioned a beautiful blonde female Apache pilot in his book 'Apache', the first female Apache pilot in the AAC. So I got some what excited when I found Dressed to Kill by Charlotte Madison. I read it in a few afternoon's and wasn't disappointed. While it isn't as good as Macy's 'Apache' it does cover the same periods of time and characters from an altogether different perspective. Namely, from that of a woman. The book goes through a lot, from Charlotte's beginnings with the Army to training with the AAC and following the Apache conversion course, before moving through her numerous tours, and its one hell of a ride. It was strange but welcoming to follow a girls account through this male dominated theatre of war and mixed in with the flying, the fighting, the briefings and usual army humour are dirty finger nails, men's smelly feet and wedding planning! The only reason I didn't give it that 5th star is because there were one too many detailed accounts of the struggles of going to the toilet as a woman while in Afghanistan. My missus would say the same about the toilets in the local clubs so felt it unnecessary. But then again, for the first time ever, the other half wants to read a book that interests me, and it probably helps other women relate so i'm sure she'll enjoy the book as much as I did, while complaining about the one too many accounts of shout-outs and battles. Altogether, an excellently written and exciting read that differs from the usual modern warfare account and will hopefully interest both sexes.