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Series I Love: Phryne Fisher Mysteries by Kerry Greenwood

Here it is finally – the post about Kerry Greenwood’s Phryne Fisher series that I’ve been promising for so long!

Phryne was my discovery of the year in 2013 – I read the first book, Miss Phyrne Fisher Investigates* on June 1 last year – and by September I’d read the first 18 books in the series (books 19 and 20 took a bit longer because they initially fell outside my Kindle book cost limit as they were so new – although I stretched my limits on occasion for some of the others) reading them almost in one sitting.   640 more words

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TV Review: "Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries"

OVERALL: I adore this show. It has everything. Found it on Netflix and happy find it is!

POINTS: You will love the beauty of the show in it’s 1920’s color palette and textures – and acting. 394 more words

TV Reviews

Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

Miss Phryne (pronounced FRY-knee) Fisher (Essie Davis) is a P.I.  In the 1920’s. But if you have her pictured as a starving private eye with a dingy office over a Chinese restaurant, you’d have it all wrong.  375 more words

TV / Television

From Page to Screen: When it works and when it doesn't!

I always feel a sense of trepidation when I hear that a book or series that I like is being turned into a film or a TV series.   1,402 more words

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'Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries': Phryne Fisher's house. Book author: Kerry Greenwood.

Phryne Fisher’s house for the series ‘Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries’. This is a pen and wash.

Phryne Fisher's author: Kerry Greenwood 2014ⓒ Oil on linen 110x80cm

Phryne Fisher’s author: Kerry Greenwood. This painting was my entry for the 2014 Archibald Prize. It is now FOR SALE. Please contact me at lizmooregolding at gmail dot com for more information.

Review: Flying Too High by Kerry Greenwood

Final Rating:  cups of tea which tasted like delicious lollies.

Whether it’s me squeeing endlessly on Twitter about the television show, or my previous review of Kerry Greenwood’s work… 1,230 more words

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