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#Inktober – Day 4 – Phryne Fisher

Day four in #Inktober, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. A woman who wears Haute Coutre fashion and solves mysteries in Australia in the 1920s.

I suppose there really were women like her, at this time, my husband’s Aunty Des, wore flamboyant clothes and threw parties. She had a fancy clothing for hire shop in Queen Street Auckland city…

Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries were based on Kerry Greenwood’s Bestselling novels..

I used to have a book called, “Gusty Girls & Stroppy Shelias” but a sister of mine the eldest, borrowed it and have not seen it since…I forgot about it…but maybe she may know some people like it..


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Written by Pamela Moresby

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  1. I have not seen any other user participating in this challenge. Is this your own category? You are doing great – I see this is your fourth and yes these days there is no hard and fast rule about what is trendy and what is not.

    • Thanks so much Grace, it was a challenge put on by an Auckland Art Shop, “Gordon Harris”, and thought just by entering I could enjoy the challenge in it’s own right. No prizes for anyone, I secretly think this was a sales promotion of art materials as they were put out clearly to be seen in the shop for this very challenge.
      However, they did have a word theme that I did not follow as they did not say it had to be followed but next year I will follow their word themes and hope to be able to do more art work when I can


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