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The Hon. Phryne Fisher, languid and slightly bored at the start of 1929, is engaged to find out if the antique-shop son of a Pre-Raphaelite model has died by homicide or suicide. He has some strange friends – a Balkan adventuress, a dilettante with a penchant for antiquities, a Classics professor, a medium and a mysterious supplier who arrives after dark on a motorbike. At the same time she is asked to discover the fate of the lost illegitimate child of a rich old lady, to the evident dislike of the remaining relatives.

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July 17th, 2015
These books are a pleasure. Plus they inspire and support my love of outrageous clothing. If Phryne were real she could be the equivalent of Iris Apfel as a the detective.
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I love the Phryne Fisher books and hope there will be more. Keerry Greenwood is an awsome writer!!
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