Cocaine Blues is the first book in the Phryne Fisher series, but one of the last to be published on audible. Which may be a good thing, because the se..Show More »
Phryne Fisher is a very "modern" girl (the servants call her a vamp), which is fitting along with all of the other things she takes on that were forme..Show More »
This is a delightful series--entertaining characters, perfectly paced, colorful settings & escapades, amusing romantic romps, and oh yes--always a mys..Show More »
Phryne is back--maybe better to say, Stephanie Daniel, the narrator who IS Phryne to those of us who listen to these delightful books--returns to her ..Show More »
This is the best Phryne Fisher story that I have heard so far. The mixture of that mad character, history lessons and always tongue-in-cheek story tel..Show More »
Overcome by boredom, Phryne allows herself to be convinced by some circus friends to join a travelling circus in order to discover who is behind a str..Show More »
What a marvelous book! Lovely story and I learned SO much. I didn't even know that Gilbert and Sullivan had written a play called Ruddigore. I lear..Show More »
This Phryne Fisher adventure is a bit different from earlier Greenwood books. In "Urn Burial," the author has decided to play a game as many earlier ..Show More »
I have not read a print version but I think the performance is a big part of my enjoymentment
It's right up there with all of the other wonderful Phryne Fisher books I've listened to as audio books.
I loved every minute of it. One is not often able to read books set in 1920's Australia. The details of a city I know well as a modern 21 century ci..Show More »
Phryne's sister is making her presence known ,and the very cool clam and collected Mr Lin Chung ,is playing peace maker between his family and the who..Show More »
Fun, light, interesting
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and have read several others now in the series. The heroine is a very unusual, brave single woman who rose from rags t..Show More »
I think this is the strongest of the Fisher mysteries. Masterful narration once again by Stephanie Daniel. I have downloaded all of the titles avail..Show More »
Yes. I was surprised because when I've read Greenwood's Phryne Fisher mysteries I've always enjoyed them, but Ms.Daniel really brings Phryne to life! ..Show More »
This was a treat to my ears ,Miss Fisher lady detective is witty and timeless ,her constant composed manner delighted me to no end ,she is a wonderful..Show More »
All good books should have a little of everything - humour, fear, grief, relaxation and exhilaration. And this book has all those in spades.
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I didn't know it was possible for one person to feel so polarised about something. But I am!
Usually it requires two individuals of opposite..Show More »