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Inside this Book – Dot opened her eyes. Only because the Hispano-Suiza had, at last, stopped. It was a four-hour journey from Melbourne to Queenscliff, the holiday destination of the Hon Miss Fisher, her maid and companion Dot, her two adoptive daughters Jane and Ruth, and their dog Molly. Miss Fisher wanted to make it a three-hour journey and she drove like a demon. Only Phryne, Molly and Jane had really enjoyed the flashing panorama of fields, trees, cows, little towns, fist- waving motorists and shouting traffic policemen—Phryne because she loved speed and Jane because she was calculating how fast the car was going by counting seconds between milestones. She had been given a wristwatch for Christmas. Sometimes the car’s speed had exceeded eighty miles an hour. Jane was impressed. Ruth, who wanted to be a cook if she survived this trek, was feeling sick. She stared fixedly at the horizon and tried not to think of food. Dot had given up on courage and had just closed her eyes, crossed her maidenly breast and commended her soul to God. Molly had hung her head out the window and let the wind blow her ears inside out.
Inside this book –Dead Man’s Chest PDF Book by Kerry Greenwood – Mr Thomas had been prepared for visitors. There was a trunk hoist for lifting the luggage to the top floor. Phryne, deciding that the best thing she could do was get out of the way of the domestic preparations, climbed the stairs in a thoughtful frame of mind. It might be a good idea to have a look at the scene of the . . . crime, perhaps . . . before it was converted entirely to Phryne’s household usages. The layout of the house was simple and agreeable. The main staircase debouched onto a substantial landing, rather dark but provided with a skylight, and on Phryne’s right, at the back of the house, was a formidable padlocked door. It was customary for one who often lent his house to strangers to keep one room inviolate, a place to store his precious glassware, vintage port and dubious etchings, and to keep them from prying eyes or serious thirsts by locking the room ostentatiously. This was a brass padlock weighing about a pound and Phryne could take a hint.
Dead Man’s Chest by Kerry Greenwood PDF : eBook Information
- Full Book Name – Dead Man’s Chest
- Author of this Book – Kerry Greenwood
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Fiction, Historical, Crime, Mystery, Cultural
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- Size – 1.5 MB
- eBook Pages – 210
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