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A party of the divine Phyrne Fisher, this detailed collectable deal with for her enthusiasts is lavishly illustrated in complete color and contains all-new Phryne brief tales, plus recipes and different miscellany.
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Lavishly illustrated with divine color illustrations via Beth Norling, A query of Death will carry pleasure to the hearts of Phryne Fisher enthusiasts all over.
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