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La ronde de l’amour (cakes and ale)

de Somerset Maugham

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William Ashenden, écrivain peu connu, est un jour contacté par un vieil ami écrivain qu’il n’a pas vu depuis quelques temps, Roy. 2,591 more words

Littérature Anglaise

Cocaine Blues

Cocaine Blues

by Kerry Greenwood

Honorable Miss Phryne Fisher solves theft in 1920s London High Season society, and sets her clever courage to poisoning in Melbourne Australia.

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Mystery

Fangirl Friday: Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

DARLINGS! Here we are again, to do some more fangirling. This week I’m sharing with you the necessity to both watch AND read the fabulous Phryne (FRY-nee) Fisher mysteries. 1,092 more words

Book Readin'

Hey, It’s Photo Friday!

Here it is – the middle of October – and I just realized I haven’t even opened my 2016 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries calendar. Oh well. 30 more words

Hey, It’s Photo Friday!

Sounds Familiar

“Did you miss me?” – Miss Phryne Fisher (Essie Davis)

“I never get a chance to miss you. It feels as if you’re in my office every second day.” – Detective Inspector Jack Robinson (Nathan Page)

Sounds Familiar

Kerry Greenwood - Flying Too High.

Flying Too High – Kerry Greenwood (2006, Poisoned Pen Press, Arizona)

The unflappable flapper Phryne Fisher is on the case when a son is arrested in his father’s murder and things don’t seem as cut and dried as the Melbourne police initially make them out to be.  37 more words

Book Review

Badass Women: TV Characters

My love for all things entertainment started at a young age. I mean it was pretty unavoidable growing up on the cusp of the millennium with parents who read (and bought) me books, and took me to movies and watched lots and lots of TV. 1,129 more words

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