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By Kerry Greenwood

A party of the divine Phyrne Fisher, this unique collectable deal with for her lovers is lavishly illustrated in complete color and comprises all-new Phryne brief tales, plus recipes and different miscellany.

The Honourable Phryne Fisher - she of the Lulu bob, eco-friendly eyes, Cupid's bow lips and diamante garters - is the 1920's so much based and irrepressible sleuth. This number of Phryne brief tales and different Phryne miscellany - together with Phryne's favorite sneakers and hats, decadent cocktail recipes and her most sensible assistance for discouraging undesirable admirers - is a gorgeously collectable deal with for all Phryne fans.

Lavishly illustrated with divine color illustrations by means of Beth Norling, A query of Death will deliver pleasure to the hearts of Phryne Fisher lovers far and wide.

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She remembered hearing some sound which she imagined to be the slamming of a door. That was a good deal earlier--half an hour at least before the ringing of the bell. When Mr. Ames ran to the front she went with him. She saw Mr. Barker, very pale and excited, come out of the study. He intercepted Mrs. Douglas, who was coming down the stairs. He entreated her to go back, and she answered him, but what she said could not be heard. "Take her up! " he had said to Mrs. Allen. She had therefore taken her to the bedroom, and endeavoured to soothe her.

But we must be thankful for what we've got. If we can't find where he went to, at least we are likely to get where he came from. But what in the name of all that is wonderful made the fellow leave it behind? And how in the world has he got away without it? We don't seem to get a gleam of light in the case, Mr. " my friend answered thoughtfully. " asked White Mason as we reentered the house. "For the time," said the inspector, and Holmes nodded. "Then perhaps you would now like to hear the evidence of some of the people in the house.

We found three or four grooms and idlers standing in the drive inspecting a bicycle which had been drawn out from a clump of evergreens in which it had been concealed. It was a well used Rudge-Whitworth, splashed as from a considerable journey. There was a saddlebag with spanner and oilcan, but no clue as to the owner. "It would be a grand help to the police," said the inspector, "if these things were numbered and registered. But we must be thankful for what we've got. If we can't find where he went to, at least we are likely to get where he came from.

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