by Kerry Greenwood
✅ Editor: Poisoned Pen Press
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Praise for Ruddy Gore”The call of this story is the glimpse it gives in the 1920s world of the theater”comic opera in clever prose,” -Sydney (Australia) Morning Herald late for a Gilbert and Sullivan Ruddigore gala performance, Phryne Fisher responds to some of the thugs in a dark alley, and manages them convincingly, before the ruin of her money dressPhryne then discovers that she has saved the beautiful Lin Chung and her grandmother and is briefly mistaken for a deityDeny the divinity, but to the acceptance of cognac, later, she continues safely for theaterBut the execution is interrupted by a strange death on stageWhat links can Phryne eventually find between the incredibly entertaining plot of Ruddigore, the Chinese community of Little Bourke Street, and the actors treading the stage at His Majesty’s TheatreDesigned backstage and on stage, Phryne must solve a murder case old to find a new murderer, and of course, banish the ghost theatre-which seems likely to kill againKerry Greenwood, winner of the Australian Crime Writers Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award, began her Phryne Fisher series (pronounced Fry-genou, to rhyme with brackish) in 1989 with Cocaine BluesShe wrote eighteen books in this series with Miss Fisher’s footsteps yet hanging her pearl gun handle pearlwwwphrynefishercom
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