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Also by Kerry Greenwood:

Murder on a Midsummer Night, February 2018
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Dead Man's Chest, December 2017
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The Castlemaine Murders, August 2006
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Murder in Montparnasse, April 2006
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Death by Water, June 2005
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Queen of the Flowers, June 2004
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Death Before Wicket, June 2003
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Queen of the Flowers
Kerry Greenwood


Phryne Fisher #14
Poisoned Pen Press
November 2017
On Sale: November 7, 2017
Featuring: Phryne Fisher
256 pages
ISBN: 146420778X
EAN: 9781464207785
Kindle: B006ZCCAM8
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Mystery Historical

In 1928, the tony Melbourne suburb of St. Kilda is inaugurating its Flower Festival. The streets are hung with fairy lights, and tea dances, yacht races, tango competitions, lantern shows, and picnics on the beach are all on the schedule of events. Who but the inestimable Phryne Fisher could reign over it all, as Queen of the Flowers?

Unfortunately, where Phryne is involved it seems trouble is never far behind. When one of her flower maidens vanishes, followed by Phryne's adopted daughter, Ruth, the game is once more afoot. Elephants, old lovers, prostitutes and ne'er do wells be warned: Miss Fisher may be Queen of the Flowers, but she also packs a pearl-handled .38.

Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

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