With more than a dash of glamour and serious helpings of style, the witty and courageous Phryne Fisher returns. In 1928 St Kilda’s streets hang with fairy lights. Magic shows, marionettes, tea dances, tango competitions, life-saving demonstrations, lantern shows, and picnics on the beach are all part of the Flower Parade. And who else should be chosen to be Queen of the Flowers but the gorgeous, charming and terribly fashionable Hon Phryne Fisher? Phryne needs a new dress and a swimming costume but she also needs a lot of courage to confront her problems: a missing daughter, the return of an old lover, and a young woman found drowned at the beach at Elwood.
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Better than the TV!
Delightful, enthralling, evocative
Phryne Fisher, she is so accomplished, stylish and resourceful.
You concentrate on the story, not the delivery.
One of Phryne's adopted daughters meets her mortally ill Mother.
- Caryl L. Dyson
make accents more authentic, please
yes, please try and make accents used sound more authentic, it really distracts when they are laboured and don't sound right!
- Mrs W.