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November 11, 2014

The Sexy Vibe of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries

By Liz Everly

Have any of you watched the Australian-based series. “Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries” ? Its second season is now available on Netflix and I’m assuming elsewhere.

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The basic premise of the series surrounded Phryne Fisher, a playful, unmarried, gorgeous, Jazz-age “lady detective.” Phryne was apart of all-women ambulance brigade in France during the last year of The Great War, and is decorated for courage. With all her relatives killed during war, Phryne is rich but remains beholden to her past. Because of her war experiences, she has a zest of life and love. Along with investigating murders, she sleeps around. A lot. Interesting to note that the only real critcisms of her sexy adventures have comes from conservatives in the U.S.—even though there’s no sex scenes just some very sexy before and after scenes. (I wonder if those folks watch James Bond????)

One of my favorite day-after-sex scenes is when she spots her stockings on the ceiling fan. How I love that image. Very intriguing and sexy, while leaving MUCH to the imagination.

I’ve become quite obsessed with the series. Here’s some reasons why:

  1. The writing. I think this show is one of the smartest murder mystery series I’ve watched. And it could be studied in terms of “how far to push the envelope” with sex and gore. It’s very much a sexy-cozy mystery cousin to the cozy mystery books I’ve read. It keeps a very light touch, while maintaining a smart and sexy vibe.
  2. The clothes. Okay, so if you are going to have a filthy rich heroine, you may as well dress her to the hilt. And WOW do I love Miss Fisher’s clothes. The 1920s have always been one of my favorites in terms of fashion (and music). But some of these clothes are just extraordinary.
  3. images-1imagesimages-5images-3The history. So, not only is it set in a fascinating time, but it also brings to light some other lesser-known bits of historical tidbits. One show had Latvian Jewish immigrants fighting for the Zionist cause. Another was focused on the cocaine trade.
  4. The sex and romance. Okay, I love wondering who she is going to bed next. Usually it’s a good looking guest star, right? But I always wonder, how will they get from A to B…
  5. The gorgeous and talented Essie Davis.

If you love good mysteries imbued with a little romance, check out Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.

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5 comments

  • Post authorC. Margery Kempe

    I’ve only seen the first one, but I book marked it on Netflix and hope to watch some more maybe over the T-Day break assuming I catch up with all the craziness. Love the costumes! Research for Kit’s jazz age series.

    Reply to C. Margery Kempe
    • Post authorLiz Everly

      I imagine it would be great for that research. Good luck finding time to watch it. 😉

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  • Post authorElizabeth Shore

    This sounds great! Thanks, Liz. I love these kinds of shows. Totally with you on the clothes, too. If she’s gonna be filthy rich, I want to see the clothes and I adore those from the ’20’s.

    Reply to Elizabeth Shore
    • Post authorLiz Everly

      Me, too. My wedding actually had a 1920s theme. I adore the style of clothes and music. Thanks for commenting.

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  • Post authorLiz Everly

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