Stopping only for a brief but intensely erotic dalliance with the beautiful Simon Abrahams, Phryne picks her way through the mystery with help from the old faithfuls: Bert, Cec, Dot, and Detective Inspector "Call Me Jack" Robinson. But ultimately it is her stealth and wit that solve the crime - and all for the price of a song....
Solve another case with Phryne Fisher.
©2007 Kerry Greenwood; (P)2009 Bolinda Publishing
I've been thoroughly enjoying the Phryne Fisher stories. The history of 1928 Australia is very interesting. Having Jewish grandparents, I particularly enjoyed this this book. And Stephanie Daniel did GREAT Jewish accents, nu?
Just as enjoyable as all the other books up to this point in the series. Probably not the best one but still a fantastic listen.
I loved all the new Jewish characters that were introduced. Stephanie Daniel did a great job with the accents.
I have not read a print version but I think the performance is a big part of my enjoymentment
I wouldn't recommend it because there was too much description of the sexual aspect of the story.
Her voice and inflections bring a personality to the charaacters that would be missing in print.
"Worth a listern"
I can't get enough of these books at the moment and I recommend them to anyone!
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