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Away with the Fairies

For those of you gracious enough to follow my blog, I apologize for my silence.  I went on “vacation” to visit my family for a week, and *mysteriously* finished approximately 0 books.  220 more words


Book review: Murder on the Ballarat Train by Kerry Greenwood.

Kerry Greenwood –  Murder on the Ballarat Train (2007, Poisoned Pen Press, Arizona)

When a fellow passenger is murdered and nearly everyone else is poisoned while on a train voyage, Phryne Fisher doesn’t hesitate to take on the case with her usual smarts, skill, and style.  80 more words

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Summer Bucket List: Read a Book in One Sitting

I’ve actually done this more than once already this summer! Well, maybe I’m being generous with one sitting, but definitely in one day!

My favorite thing to do when I go to the beach is to park myself in one spot with a good book and not stop except to reapply sunscreen. 179 more words


Judging your age on book characters

I’m hitting my quarter-life crisis a few years later than most of my friends, but the thing that set me off was a re-read of  146 more words


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


#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


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