6 posts tagged with missfishersmurdermysteries by WidgetAlley.
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Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries: Ruddy Gore Season 1, Ep 6
Miss Fisher attends a performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's Ruddigore for Dot's birthday-- but so does a mysterious apparition. After one of the actors is poisoned onstage, Miss Fisher's investigative services are engaged, as is her interest in a handsome Chinese businessman. [more inside]
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries: Raisins and Almonds Season 1, Ep 5
A young man dies after a seizure in Melbourne's Eastern Market. Miss Fisher suspects foul play, and pursues the line of inquiry by chasing leads through Melbourne's Jewish community. The investigation leads Phryne, Jack, and Dr. Macmillan to a personal laboratory and the dead scholar's attempts to recreate the legendary Philosopher's Stone. [more inside]
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries: The Green Mill Murder Season 1, Ep 3
Miss Fisher enjoys a night out at a fashionable club, but the good times are rudely interrupted by a less-than-discreet murder. Her dance partner and another of her friends are clearly mixed up in the incident somehow, so Phryne follows a trail of blackmail victims to discover the killer. [more inside]
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries: Murder on the Ballarat Train Season 1, Ep 2
Death follows Miss Fisher and Dot on the train on the way to pick up her flash new car. The gruesome murder of a passenger gains our detective her first official client, and a cast of oddball characters, including the victim's daughter, the husband of the deceased's former patient, and a pair of charming university boys, are somehow involved. [more inside]
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries: Cocaine Blues Season 1, Ep 1
We meet our heroine, the clever and stylish Hon. Miss Phyrne Fisher, as she returns to Australia for dark and personal reasons. She catches up with old friends, meets a handsome ballet dancer, enjoys a little coke and a lot of bubbly, and cheerfully inserts herself into the first many police investigations into mysterious deaths. [more inside]
It's a charming A(ustralian)BC production about a 1920s feminist lady detective. There's murder, mayhem, guns, casual sex, Socialists, wildly varying production values, a truly delightful number of excellent hats, and Season 2 just went up on Netflix. Is there any interest in a group watch? [more inside]