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An Open Letter to the Internet: Why You Really Must Watch Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries

Hi there – Emily here!

So, a couple of weeks ago, as I was enjoying a slow snowy evening with nothing particularly pressing on my to-do list, I finally took the advice of the… 676 more words

The Babadook - Finally a good horror film

“If you touch my son again, I’ll fucking kill you!”

It was my brother who recommended me this film. He told me “You should see that horror film, the Mr. 347 more words

Films & Series

Oh Phryne

If you have not met Phryne Fisher, you need to remedy that situation. Phryne is a modern women in 1929 Melbourne, Australia who is a private investigator. 438 more words


Jazz Age January Returns - Review of Cocaine Blues

The new year brings a slew of reading challenges. I know, I know, do I really need to participate in another reading challenge? Well I’ve got to stay on track with my reading goal somehow, and this one only requires a one-book commitment. 627 more words

Book Review

Queen of the Flowers by Kerry Greenwood (Phryne Fisher #14, audiobook)

In brief: Phryne’s set to be Queen of the Flowers at the upcoming St Kilda Flower Festival, but there’s a missing girl and a suspicious near-drowning to deal with first. 587 more words


A Moving Target; New Fiction

As reading is the easiest way to stick to my new year’s resolution, I’ve taken to it again like a duck to water. Not to enlighten my mind; although I have plenty of heavy, depressing, but excellent books about the state of the world to get to, my constant perusal of new sources every day keeps me up to date, and the fodder for further research is all around if I am so inclined. 710 more words

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