Murder On The Ballarat Train
Publish date: October 1st 1998
Publisher: Bolitho Press
Pages no: 274
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Mystery
, Cozy Mystery
Series: Phryne Fisher (#3)
Series: Phryne Fisher #3 And here we have another fun installment in the Phryne Fisher mystery series. This time around the murder seemed a little more thought out, and some of objections to plot twists that I had were smoothed over by explanations later on. I still think it’s a really unlikely wa...
bookshelves: series, autumn-2012, cosy, mystery-thriller, fraudio, published-1991, shortstory-shortstories-novellas, tbr-busting-2012 Read on September 12, 2012 #3. Murder On The Ballarat Train (1991). [4 hrs 51 mins]blurb - When the 1920s' most glamorous lady detective, the Honourable Miss Phry...
If only I could have a stack of all the Phyrne Fisher books, placed right beside my bed, with a cocktail easily to hand, so that as soon as I finished the one book I could pick up the next with barely a breath between.As a side note, these books are a prime example of the female gaze: Phryne spends ...
#3. Murder On The Ballarat Train (1991). [4 hrs 51 mins]blurb - When the 1920s' most glamorous lady detective, the Honourable Miss Phryne Fisher, arranges to go to Ballarat for the week, she eschews the excitement of her red Hispano-Suiza racing car for the sedate safety of the train. The last thing...
Well, I was wrong. The good Scot doctor is still alive and well. Dr MacMillan made an appearance in this third novel. A lot of improvement in the show not tell, in the depth of the character development. The mystery plot are never really hard to solve but kept me reading. Again Greenwood tackles a h...
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