Kerry Greenwood has done it again with another book in the Miss Phryne Fisher Mystery series. Miss Phryne Fisher is certainly a lady of class, but one that does not follow the crowd.
She marches to the beat of her own drum and instead of just walking along she skips, jumps, and twirls her way through life. She is someone that I would want to have as a friend.
For her, life is perfect with her adopted daughters and son. Tinker, her son, follows in her footsteps to solve mysteries wherever they may find them.
While her daughters are busy trying to solve an issue with the accounts at the local Blind Institute, Miss Phryne sends Tinker on a mission to find out who has been leaving notes cut from words in the newspaper in her letterbox.
Meanwhile, Miss Phryne stumbles across a body of a man when out on a night time beach stroll, and yet again is thrust into another mystery that she simply must solve.
If you have not met Miss Phryne Fisher as yet then you really need to make her acquaintance. With a huge stack of books in the series including some that are TV tie-ins from the series that makes Miss Phryne Fisher totally bingeable. You can easily switch between the books and the episodes in the TV series.
I really love that Kerry is an Australian writer and that this story was set in Williamstown. I don’t know Melbourne well, but I found it interesting. For a while my eldest daughter lived in Williamstown, and lived on one of the streets that is mentioned in the book. That was rather fun.
This summer jump into this Miss Phryne Fisher, and check out the other titles in this series.
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