Booklist called Kerry Greenwood's charming Phryne Fisher mystery series "the best Australian import since Nicole Kidman" in a starred review. In Dead Man's Chest, the elegant 1920s sleuth is heading to Queenscliff for what she hopes will be a quiet, murder-free holiday by the sea. But upon arrival at her rental house, she finds the butler and housekeeper both missing, and all of the food gone. Then the servants' dog, Gaston, turns up starving and dirty. With the local constable being less than helpful, Phryne takes on the investigation herself. Soon she's following leads involving smugglers, filmmakers, and a local legend about buried treasure. "Phryne handsomely demonstrates once more that even a compulsion to explore every mystery that comes her way needn't interfere with her appetite for life."-Kirkus Reviews
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by Kerry Greenwood
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