Phryne Fisher Murder Mystery Series Books 1-5 Collection Set by Kerry Greenwood
Phryne Fisher Murder Mystery Series Books 1-5 Collection Set by Kerry Greenwood
Phryne Fisher Murder Mystery Series Books 1-5 Collection Set by Kerry Greenwood

Phryne Fisher Murder Mystery Series Books 1-5 Collection Set by Kerry Greenwood

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Titles In this Set:
Miss Phryne Fisher Investigates:
Flying Too High:
Murder on the Ballarat Train:
Death at Victoria Dock:
The Green Mill Murder:

Miss Phryne Fisher Investigates:
Bored socialite Phryne Fisher leaves the tedium of the London season for adventure in Australia!Tea-dances in West End hotels, weekends in the country with guns and dogs... Phryne Fisher - she of the grey-green eyes and diamante garters - is rapidly tiring of the boredom of chit-chatting with retired colonels and foxtrotting with weak-chinned wonders.

Flying Too High:
Another runaway adventure with glamorous heroine Phryne Fisher!Whether foiling kidnappers' plans, walking the wings of a Tiger Moth or simply deciding what to wear for dinner, Phryne handles everything with her usual panache and flair!

Murder on the Ballarat Train:
Another runaway adventure with glamorous heroine Phryne Fisher!When Phryne Fisher arranges to go to Ballarat for a week, she eschews the excitement of her Hispano-Suiza for the sedate safety of the train.

Death at Victoria Dock:
A very young man with muddied hair, a pierced ear and a blue tattoo lies cradled in Phryne's arms. But sadly, it's not another scene of glorious seduction - this time it's death. The Honourable Miss Phryne Fisher, beautifully dressed in loose trousers, a cream silk shirt and a red-fox fur has just had her windscreen shot out inches in front of her divine nose.

The Green Mill Murder:
Dancing divinely through the murder and mayhem of her fifth adventure, the elegant Phryne Fisher remains unflappable. Gorgeous in her sparkling lobelia-coloured georgette dress, delighted by her dancing skill, pleased with her partner and warmed by the admiring regard of the banjo player.

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