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Inside this Book – How’s Bloodygore?’ ‘It’s Ruddigore.’ ‘Same thing, isn’t it?’ ‘Does that mean when I say I admire your ruddy countenance, it means I like your bloody cheek?’ Conversation with W. S. Gilbert (attrib.) THE HATCHET flicked past, end over end, and struck a wooden shutter with a hollow thud. Light gleamed along the polished blade. Phryne Fisher closed a leather-gloved hand on the handle and extracted it with one strong pull. She hefted it. An admirable weapon, well-balanced, not too heavy, wickedly sharp. ‘Were you trying to attract my attention?’ she asked politely. An Asian face turned to her out of the mass of struggling bodies. He saw the black hair and pale face, the body shining silver like a Taoist goddess, and screamed at her, ‘ Jau!’ This meant nothing to Phryne, who had seen an 1 old woman go down without a cry under three attackers clad in dark blue. Little Bourke Street was chill, empty and dark. Sodium glare from the widely spaced street lights turned every puddle on the slick cobbles into a mirror and left black velvet pools of night in between.
Inside this book –Ruddy Gore PDF Book by Kerry Greenwood – ADAM: Richard Dauntless and Pretty Rose Maybud are here to ask your consent to their marriage. Poison their beer. Ruddigore, Gilbert and Sullivan PHRYNE GAVE Bunji the chocolates and said, ‘Back in a tick, old thing.’ She followed the young man down the stairs and round several corners into a dark corridor. It smelt of dust and old oilcloth and paint was peeling off the walls. Phryne was conducted into an office which contained, reading from right to left, a hysterical older lady, a young woman in evening dress supplying same with smelling salts and handkerchiefs, and Sir Bernard Tarrant and his trademark cigar. It was rather crowded. ‘Phryne my dear, sorry to drag you out of the house, but something’s happened.’ ‘Sir Ruthven?’ 23 ‘Yes. Dammit, that was the best fall he has ever taken – as soon as I saw him fold in that perfect boneless manner, right on cue, I knew something was wrong.’ ‘Well, what is wrong?’ ‘He’s been poisoned,’ said Bernard reluctantly. ‘At least, either that or he gave himself a big dose of something.’ ‘Does that seem likely?’ ‘Er . . . ’ Bernard looked at the women, ‘probably not.’ ‘No!’ wailed the old woman, raising a countenance purple with tears. ‘Not my Walter! Walter would never leave me! He’d never do such a thing!’
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- Full Book Name – Ruddy Gore
- Author of this Book – Kerry Greenwood
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Fiction, Crime, Cultural, Historical, Mystery
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