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Goodreads Review: Murder and Mendelssohn

Murder and Mendelssohn by Kerry Greenwood
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I have enjoyed the Phryne Fisher books but by Murder and Mendelssohn I found myself falling out of love with Phryne. 168 more words

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#Book Bingo 2018: ‘A book with a mystery’ – Cocaine Blues by Kerry Greenwood

#Book Bingo 2018 is a collaboration challenge I am completing with my favourite blogger, Theresa Smith WritesHow does it work?  We have devised our own personalised book bingo card game. 1,012 more words

Australian

Sounds Familiar

Dot Williams: “Miss, about the job. I don’t know what my priest will think of your … guns and knives … and dancing.”

Phryne Fisher: “Considering your last employers were a drug baroness and a rapist, surely he’d find me a modest improvement.” 9 more words

Sounds Familiar

Phryne Fisher

The Phryne Fisher series are traditional, rather than cozy, because there is both blood AND sex on the page, but the most incredible thing is how character-driven these books are. 416 more words

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Murder on the Ballarat Train

Murder on the Ballarat Train by Kerry Greenwood

Phryne Fisher is on the case after being awoken on the train and saving all of the first class passengers.  586 more words

Book Review

Gab, Currently XVI

Tindera Life:

Between the rush for preparations and my anxiety, I totally forgot to post an announcement here but I was at Komiket a few weekends ago! 208 more words

Oh How I Ramble On

{Book Review} Murder on the Ballarat Train by Kerry Greenwood

There’s something about reading mysteries once the weather turns colder. Tea, blankets, and mystery novels simply go together–even if those mysteries are set in Australia in the 1920s. 572 more words