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  • Hardcover
  • 164 pages
  • Death at Victoria Dock (Phryne Fisher, #4)
  • Kerry Greenwood
  • English
  • 07 June 2018
  • 1590582381

10 thoughts on “Death at Victoria Dock (Phryne Fisher, #4)

  1. says:

    I could have given this book 4 stars, but decided that I would now rate books 4 stars only if I wanted to reread them To read this book was like pulling teeth I find it hard to see myself NOT reading the sequels, however.These books in the series are not memorable, but they are incendiary I found it hard to have action sequences splice in right from the beginning I couldn t feel cozy reading it Also I found the promiscuity of the heroine shocking.I know, it s a problem for me to accept that I could have given this book 4 stars, but decided that I would now rate books 4 stars only if I wanted to reread them To read this book was like pulling teeth I find it hard to see myself NOT reading the sequels, however.Th...


  2. says:

    I was introduced to the lovely Phryne Fisher book series by the TV series However, I just must point out that, despite liking the books my heart has been captivated by the TV series and I deeply, very deeply miss Detective Inspector Jack Robinson in this book Now, he doesn t have a prominent role in the book series that have in the TV series and that is regrettable At least that s how I feel.Now, how about this book I did enjoy reading this cozy mystery series I quite like Phryne Fisher and I was introduced to the lovely Phryne Fisher book series by the TV series However, I just must point out that, despite liking the books my heart has been captivated by the TV series and I deeply, very deeply miss Detective Inspector Jack Robinson in this book Now, he doesn t have a prominent role in the book series that have in the TV series and that is regrettable At least that s how I feel.Now, how about this book I did enjoy reading this cozy mystery series I quite like Phryne Fisher and those around her her adopted daughters Jane and Ruth, and Bert and Cec that are working for her And of course Dot, her assistant, and friend In this book, we are also introduced to Hugh Collins who is playing a large part in Dot s life in the TV series It will be interesting to see the book s version of their relationship I did feel that the book s story was familiar, it has probably been made into an episode, but I didn t mind it because it was quite entertaining to read the book Although I...


  3. says:

    The fabulous Phryne Fisher returns in the fourth installment of Kerry Greenwood s delightful series, and she remains as clever, just, and chic as ever When Phryne alights from her Hispano Suiza only to have a handsome young anarchist die in her arms, she launches into an investigation at Melbourne s wharf With the help of a new friend, a handsome communist wharfie named Peter Smith, and of her stalwarts fellow red raggers Cec and Bert, her intrepid maid Dot Williams, and adopted daughters The fabulous Phryne Fisher returns in the fourth installment of Kerry Greenwood s delightful series, and she remains as clever, just, and chic as ever When Phryne alig...


  4. says:

    A short little escapism read This was my first Phryne book, tho it is number 4 in the series. I had just started watching the tv series at the recommendation of a good friend and thought it was quite fun I saw this book available for request on NetGalley a long while back 2016 and downloaded it, but, didn t get to it til this summer break I think it s entertaining and I feel I know the characters much better having read one of the books Phryne is unforgettable and I like her as a sleut A short little escapism read This was my first Phryne book, tho it is number 4 in the series. I had just started watching the tv series at the recommendation of a good friend and thought it was quite fun I saw this book available for request o...


  5. says:

    If you were under the impression that Phryne is unfeeling, that her lovers mean nothing to her, this one should thoroughly disabuse you of that notion I don t know how you could be under that illusion after the anger she feels about the people hurting Sasha in Cocaine Blues, or the way she protects Jane and Ruth, but still The story opens with a young man dying in her arms and that injustice drives the story, through Phryne s anger.The story itself is a whole world away from what I m used to k If you were under the impression that Phryne is unfeeling, that her lovers mean nothing to her, this one should thoroughly disabuse you of that notion I don t know how you could be under that illusion after the anger she feels about the people hurting Sasha in Cocaine Blues, or the way she protects Jane and Ruth, but still The story opens with a young man dying in her arms and that injustice drives the story, through Phryne s anger.The story itself is a whole world away from what I m used to know about, in terms of date, setting and politics, so I mostly just let it carry me I love, though, that Phryne has loyal friends in the chance met Bert and Cec, in Dot and ...


  6. says:

    Rating 2.5 of fiveDeath at Victoria Dock by Kerry Greenwood is the fourth installment in the Phryne Fisher series.I am seriously irked This Greenwood moll has something against teenaged girls, and puts them repeatedly in the most heinous jeopardy imaginable and then when they re extricated all is suddenly sweetness and light.I don t do book reports, because if I want to know what a book s about I read it I also hate spoilers But I am about to make a big fat plot ruining spoiler here, so go Rating 2.5 of fiveDeath at Victoria Dock by Kerry Greenwood is the fourth installment in the Phryne Fisher series.I am seriously irked This Greenwood moll has something against teenaged girls, and puts them repeatedly in the most heinous jeopardy imaginable and then when they re extricated all is suddenly sweetness and light.I don t do book reports, because if I want to know what a book s about I read it I also hate spoilers But I am about to make a big fat plot ruining spoiler here, so go away if you don t like them.Are you gone yet Good.I have one daughter in this life She is, thankfully, well out of teen age and in fact is pushing thirty I still find stories of teenagers abused by adults extremely upsetting, on her behalf as well as my own The teenaged girl in this story is abused sexually by her older brother She quite naturally Has Issues, and one of them is her new stepmomma is preggers by that same brother She gets locked up ...


  7. says:

    I love a lady detective in the old days Miss Marple, Jessica Fletcher, and obviously now, Phryne Fisher I started watching the TV series first and then moved on to the books The TV series is great, that is where you get to see The Honorable Miss Phryne Fisher in her old school splendor On paper her glamour dims a little but she is still a formidable character I like the book well enough, this book has been dramatized and if you have seen the episode, you would be familiar with the book I i I love a lady detective in the old days Miss Marple, Jessic...


  8. says:

    Phryne Fisher solves the mystery of a missing girl and some chaos making anarchists I am slightly frustrated with the fact that the television show has cut several characters from the books Especially when you realize that...


  9. says:

    I must say this was one of the finest Phryne Fisher novels I ve red so far Anarchists, religious zealosts, cuckkoolds and a machine gun Roaring twenties really roar from the pages of this book.


  10. says:

    My favorite of the bunch two mysteries for the price of one


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Death at Victoria Dock (Phryne Fisher, #4) A Very Young Man With Muddied Hair, A Pierced Ear And A Blue Tattoo Lies Cradled In Phryne S Arms But Sadly It S Not Another Scene Of Glorious Seduction This Time It S Death Outraged By This Brutal Slaughter, Phryne Promises To Find Out Who Is Responsible But Phryne Doesn T Yet Know How Deeply Into The Mire She Ll Have To Go Bank Robbery, Tattoo Parlours, Pubs, Spiritualist Halls And The Anarchists.


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