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Murder On a Midsummer Night
A Phryne Fisher Mystery #17
Written by:
Kerry Greenwood 
Read by:
Stephanie Daniel 
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
8 hours 35 minutes 
July 01 2015 
Available Date:
July 01 2015 
Age Category:
Fiction; Australian Fiction; Detective; Historical; Historical Fiction; Humorous Fiction; Mystery 
ABC Audio 
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"Miss Fisher has beauty, brains and oodles of style … a well-constructed novel that enchants, excites, enthrals and entertains."
Good Reading Magazine

The 1920s' most elegant and irrepressible sleuth returns.

Melbourne, 1929. The year starts off for glamorous private investigator Phryne Fisher with a rather trying heat wave and more mysteries than you could prod a parasol at. Simultaneously investigating the apparent suicide death of a man on St Kilda beach and trying to find a lost, illegitimate child who could be heir to a wealthy old woman's fortune, Phryne needs all her wits about her, particularly when she has to tangle with a group of thoroughly unpleasant Bright Young Things. But Phryne Fisher is a force of nature, and takes in her elegant stride what might make others quail, including terrifying séances, ghosts, Kif smokers, the threat of human sacrifices, dubious spirit guides and maps to buried pirate treasure...

"Greenwood's classy British whodunit, set in Melbourne, Australia, in 1929 once again features the young, irrepressible private eye Phryne Fisher. With the help of her eager coterie of snoops, including down-to-earth housekeeper Dot and Phryne's adopted daughters, they delve into a suicide that could be a homicide and the hunt for the illegitimate heir to a fortune. The superb Stephanie Daniel, who has been down the road with Phryne many times before, shines as the smart, sharp-tongued, but totally likable, sleuth; her no-nonsense housekeeper; and a group of vulgar 'bright young things'. This seventeenth in the series is as crisp, clever, and thoroughly enjoyable as ever."
AudioFile Magazine