The Honorable Phryne Fisher decides it might be rather amusing to try her hand at being a lady detective in Melbourne, Australia. Almost immediately after she books into the Windsor Hotel, Phryne is embroiled in mystery: poisoned wives, cocaine smuggling rings, corrupt cops, and communism--not to... show more
The Honorable Phryne Fisher decides it might be rather amusing to try her hand at being a lady detective in Melbourne, Australia. Almost immediately after she books into the Windsor Hotel, Phryne is embroiled in mystery: poisoned wives, cocaine smuggling rings, corrupt cops, and communism--not to mention erotic encounters with a beautiful Russian dancer.
Publish date: May 28th 2012
Publisher: Bolinda Publishing
Edition language: English
Series: Phryne Fisher (#1)
Phryne Fisher is bored by the London society. When she gets a proposition to do some amateur sleuthing in Australia, she immediately grabs the opportunity and boards a ship to Melbourne. And there she starts her amateur sleuthing, which is fine by me. It´s your typical run-of-the-mill amateur sleu...
I picked this up years back when I first got a kindle. It was a freebie. Phryne Fisher is a woman whose family has gone fro literal rags to riches. She returns to the place of her birth Melbourne, in part because she wants to and to help parents who are somewhat concerned about her daughter. O...
Book – Miss Phryne Fisher InvestigatesAuthor – Kerry GreenwoodStar rating - ★★★★★No. of Pages – 195Cover – Gorgeous!POV – 3rd person, omni presentWould I read it again – Yes!Genre – Historical, Murder Mystery, Adventure, Humour, Cultural*Warnings: The story deals with illegal abortion, theft, attemp...
I have loved the television series based on this books for a long while, so eagerly picked this first book to read for the Twelves Tasks of the Festive Season. The story starts off with Phryne Fisher being at her family's home in England and bored. The lights go off, and a necklace is missing, in me...
- Read a book set in Australia or by an Australian author, or read a book you would consider a "beach read". Well, I can see how a screen version of this might work rather nicely, but alas, as written, it wasn't really for me. I liked Bert and Cec, and Dr. MacMillan, and Dot (once transformed, t...
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