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From the author of the bestselling Phryne Fisher Series comes Flying Too High, the next historical mystery featuring the unstoppable amateur sleuth Phryne Fisher. And this time around, she takes to the air...

"...the incomparable Phryne Fisher...beautiful, wealthy, sophisticated, but, above all, daring and intelligent..."―Library Journal

Looking for riveting historical mystery books? This is for you:

  • Perfect for fans of Jacqueline Winspear and Dorothy Sayers
  • Inspired the Netflix show Miss Fisher''s Murder Mysteries, starring Essie Davis
  • Movie Now Streaming on Acorn TV
  • Walking the wings of a Tiger Moth plane in full flight would be more than enough excitement for most people, but not for the unflappable Phryne―amateur detective and woman of mystery, as delectable as the finest chocolate and as sharp as razor blades.

    In fact, the roaring 1920s'' most talented and glamorous murder detective flies even higher here, handling a murder, a kidnapping, and the usual array of beautiful young men with style and consummate ease. A bit of a flight risk herself, she does it all before it''s time to adjourn to the Queenscliff Hotel for breakfast. Whether she''s flying planes, clearing a friend of homicide charges, or saving a child, Phryne does everything with the same dash and elan with which she drives her red Hispano-Suiza.

    About the Author

    Kerry Greenwood was born in the Melbourne suburb of Footscray and after wandering far and wide, she returned to live there. She has degrees in English and Law from Melbourne University and was admitted to the legal profession on the 1st April 1982, a day which she finds both soothing and significant. Kerry has written three series, a number of plays, including The Troubadours with Stephen D''Arcy, is an award-winning children''s writer and has edited and contributed to several anthologies. The Phryne Fisher series (pronounced Fry-knee, to rhyme with briny) began in 1989 with Cocaine Blues which was a great success. Kerry has written twenty books in this series with no sign yet of Miss Fisher hanging up her pearl-handled pistol. Kerry says that as long as people want to read them, she can keep writing them. In 2003 Kerry won the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Australian Association.

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    Gary F. Taylor
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Second in the Phryne Fisher Novel Series
    Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2018
    Published in 1990, FLYING TOO HIGH is Kerry Greenwood’s second novel in the Phryne Fisher series. The accidentally titled, ridiculously wealthy, and very vampish Phryne has elected to remain in 1920s Australia, where she amuses herself by investigating such crimes as take... See more
    Published in 1990, FLYING TOO HIGH is Kerry Greenwood’s second novel in the Phryne Fisher series. The accidentally titled, ridiculously wealthy, and very vampish Phryne has elected to remain in 1920s Australia, where she amuses herself by investigating such crimes as take her fancy. In this book, she investigates two at the same time. The first is the murder of wealthy and extremely obnoxious William McNaughton, found dead on his own tennis court, with his son Bill the primary suspect. The second is the kidnapping of Candida Maldon, a difficult six year old, and the daughter of a man who has recently won a fabulous sum of money.

    The first plot dominates the first half of the book with the second plot spilling over in a separate narrative that gradually takes over the novel, with the book returning to solve the first plot after the kidnapping is resolved. In COCAINE BLUES, Greenwood used a similar double plot in which the second plot involved Phryne only peripherally; this time both plots involve Phryne, and as such the structure feels forced and formula. Still, Greenwood writes well, and Phryne is an enjoyable creation.

    If you come to this book, as I did, through the television series MISS FISHER’S MURDER MYSTERIES, you will be somewhat surprised: although Phryne herself remains the same from page to screen, there are significant differences in other characters and neither Inspector Robinson nor Constable Collins feature significantly in the book. I find the differences add to the interest of the book. Enjoyable.

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    Brenda Telford
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    Fun and entertaining!
    Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2019
    The Honourable Miss Phryne Fisher had secured her new home on The Esplanade, along with Dot who had been with her for three months. Mr and Mrs Butler had come recommended and Phryne already agreed with that recommendation. It was the visit by a clearly hysterical Mrs... See more
    The Honourable Miss Phryne Fisher had secured her new home on The Esplanade, along with Dot who had been with her for three months. Mr and Mrs Butler had come recommended and Phryne already agreed with that recommendation. It was the visit by a clearly hysterical Mrs McNaughton that set the ball rolling for a new case – murder – which Phryne was determined to solve.

    Midway through the murder investigation, the kidnapping of six-year-old Candida brought Phryne into that family’s lives as well. Bert and Cec, with their new taxi, were happy to assist Phryne and she also called on her old friend Detective Inspector Robinson to sort out some intricate parts of the law.

    But it was Phryne’s experience, nerve and skills with flying that earned respect – and helped with a devious plan – plus put her in danger, much to Dot’s horror. Would the outcome to both cases be as Phryne wanted? Everyone had confidence in her – except maybe the policeman, Benton…

    Flying Too High is the 2nd in the Phryne Fisher Mystery series by Aussie author Kerry Greenwood, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Phryne’s character is excellent! She’s certainly outrageous, but gets what she wants every time. I’ve read the series all over the place, so going back to #2 was refreshing and fun 😊 Highly entertaining and definitely recommended.
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    Seachicken
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    If you love the television series
    Reviewed in the United States on May 18, 2016
    If you love the television series, you will probably love these books as well but be forewarned--the characters were revamped, combined, eliminated and reimagined for the series. Phryne is still the same independent, free-spirited, adventurous, intelligent and sexually... See more
    If you love the television series, you will probably love these books as well but be forewarned--the characters were revamped, combined, eliminated and reimagined for the series. Phryne is still the same independent, free-spirited, adventurous, intelligent and sexually liberated character but, because her supporting cast is materially different, the stories have a different cast to them. I find that the paper-verison of the character is just as interesting to explore and the medium allows for a deeper delve into everyone''s internal life that is gratifying. As a mystery series and an historic series, I love it but if you''re looking for Jack and Phryne from the show, you''ll be disappointed.
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    Bookwormish
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    An ok read
    Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2019
    This was actually two stories in one. It is difficult to pull that off. Both seemed too short to be included as one story. They were not connected in any way. The author mentions words from the song all I want for Christmas are my two front teeth. This song was written in... See more
    This was actually two stories in one. It is difficult to pull that off. Both seemed too short to be included as one story. They were not connected in any way. The author mentions words from the song all I want for Christmas are my two front teeth. This song was written in 1944, but first sung in 1947 which was much later than the time frame in which the book takes place. The author should have done her homework. I felt the story was really lacking something. An interesting read, but not that great. It had moments of good writing. The last half was definitely the better of the two stories.l
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    Diana H. Maine
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    Great Title, Great Series
    Reviewed in the United States on May 3, 2020
    FLYING TOO HIGH by Australian author, Kerry Greenwood, is title #2 in the Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries series. The Honourable Phryne Fisher is back as a local detective in 1920s Melbourne, Australia. There is a new house at 221B, The Esplanade. There is the... See more
    FLYING TOO HIGH by Australian author, Kerry Greenwood, is title #2 in the Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries series.
    The Honourable Phryne Fisher is back as a local detective in 1920s Melbourne, Australia.
    There is a new house at 221B, The Esplanade.
    There is the formidable team of Mr. and Mrs. Butler who manage Phryne’s home.
    Dot is established as Phryne’s assistant and confidante.
    Bert and Cec are always there ‘to lend a hand’; as are friends, Dr. Macmillan and aviator Bunji Ross.
    The Hispano-Suiza is polished and ready to go.
    Miss Fisher demonstrates her aviator skills, which include stunts like walking on the wings of a plane (in the air). She rescues a kidnapped child and solves a murder mystery.
    A fiercely independent and intelligent young woman, Phryne makes for interesting, adventurous and enjoyable reading.
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    D. M. Read
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    What a treat!
    Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2020
    I was overjoyed to discover there was a Miss Fisher mystery that I hadn''t read before, so I absolutely devoured this book. As always, Kerry Greenwood''s writing is deft and professional, and the characters, especially Phryne Fisher, engaging and believable.... See more
    I was overjoyed to discover there was a Miss Fisher mystery that I hadn''t read before, so I absolutely devoured this book. As always, Kerry Greenwood''s writing is deft and professional, and the characters, especially Phryne Fisher, engaging and believable.

    Reading "Flying Too High" was so satisfying that I was reminded why I prefer to read novels written by women. It''s because female writers are more apt to view women as complete human beings rather than as stereotypes. I hope there''s another Miss Fisher somewhere that I haven''t yet read: I thought I''d read them all, but evidently my local library skipped a couple.

    I''d recommend this book to anyone who loves a good mystery without a lot of sex, violence, or profanity.
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    Mike Billington author of Murder in the Rainy SeasonTop Contributor: Star Trek
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Take off with Phryne Fisher on a round trip to adventure
    Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2014
    William McNaughton was not a nice man. To be frank, he was a bully and a child molester who sexually assaulted his own daughter. So when he dies of a blow to the head - an especially vicious blow to the head - there are plenty of people who would have wanted him... See more
    William McNaughton was not a nice man. To be frank, he was a bully and a child molester who sexually assaulted his own daughter.
    So when he dies of a blow to the head - an especially vicious blow to the head - there are plenty of people who would have wanted him dead.
    Despite that, the cops - well, one cop in particular - have decided that his son Bill, a pilot with a violent temper, is the guilty party.
    At about the same time someone was bashing the senior McNaughton''s head in with a rock some ne-er-do-wells kidnapped a young girl whose father had the fortune (or misfortune) to win a sweepstakes.
    Enter Phryne Fisher, Kerry Greenwood''s sleek and seductive private eye: She has to find out what really happened to the elder McNaughton and try to rescue the missing girl from some especially vile kidnappers while, along the way, doing her best to not get murdered in the process. In ''Flying Too High'' she is also (a) trying to bolster the confidence of a young artist, (b) posing nude for a statue, (c) worrying how her new butler and cook will react to her somewhat casual view of morality and (d) trying her best to seduce a handsome, young, somewhat clumsy doctor.
    It''s great fun and Greenwood manages to tell this somewhat complex tale in a remarkably short novel that has a regiment of interesting characters between the covers including a female pilot who can "sense the air" and a delightfully amoral Italian sculptor.
    Set in the Roaring Twenties, ''Flying Too High'' captures the madcap recklessness of that decade and gives Phryne fans yet another reason to cheer her exploits.
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    Amazon Customer
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Disappointing
    Reviewed in the United States on October 16, 2018
    I was expecting a book similar to Ms. Greenwood''s first Phrynie Fisher book Cocaine Blues. The two books must have been written by two different authors: The main character was almost completely different in the two books, Flying Too High could have and should have been in... See more
    I was expecting a book similar to Ms. Greenwood''s first Phrynie Fisher book Cocaine Blues. The two books must have been written by two different authors: The main character was almost completely different in the two books, Flying Too High could have and should have been in two books as the two plots had nothing to do with each other; scenes I expected to be written with greater detail were merely mentioned; a six-year-old child was given a voice and reasoning of a person in the mid-thirties....all in all a very disappointing book. I wasted my reading time - please don''t waste yours.
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    MB
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    Flying Too High
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 13, 2015
    Phryne Fisher is back in Flying too High, the sequel to Cocaine Blues. In this book, she has to help a man accused of murdering his father, rescue a kidnapped child and of course, seduce some men. I just didn''t find this book as good as the first one. I like Phryne Fisher,...See more
    Phryne Fisher is back in Flying too High, the sequel to Cocaine Blues. In this book, she has to help a man accused of murdering his father, rescue a kidnapped child and of course, seduce some men. I just didn''t find this book as good as the first one. I like Phryne Fisher, she''s a great character, but the story in this book wasn''t as captivating as it was in the first book. I found myself doing other things so even though the book wasn''t that thick did it take me a while to finish it. Also, all this seducing of men, I find it a little bit boring. Fine she likes sex, but come on, is this what''s going to happen in every book? 1-2 cases in every book and some sex scenes, then it''s going to be a bit repetitive. But the biggest problem I had with the book was there was too​ darn little Inspector Jack Robinson. Yes I know, he''s not the star of the book and I can''t compare the book series with the TV-series (but I do it anyway). But he was hardly in this book and that made me not a happy camper.
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    Good Escapism
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 9, 2013
    I must be honest and say that if I had not seen the television series made from these books, I don''t think I would have read them. They are good in a ''girls own'' adventure genre and I do enjoy them, it is strange that once you have read one you want to read more.. Phrynne...See more
    I must be honest and say that if I had not seen the television series made from these books, I don''t think I would have read them. They are good in a ''girls own'' adventure genre and I do enjoy them, it is strange that once you have read one you want to read more.. Phrynne Fisher is definitely a woman of her time the books are set in the 1920''s a time when women were coming into their own, the things she is able to do because she is ''rich'' the ordinary Australian woman would never have been able to even dream of doing, if the version of the way that they are dominated by their husbands is true, then they were way behind the UK women in the way they see their role in life. After the Great War many women became more independent and forcefully made their mark on male dominated professions where they were not allowed before. So if you enjoy a lady detective outdoing the male of the species then this is for you. I am still working my way through the Phrynne Fisher books and am eagerly awaiting the next season in the TV series.
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    Elaine Tomasso
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    Good fun
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 8, 2016
    What a fun read Flying Too High is. Phryne has decided to put roots down in Melbourne and has bought a house. On her first day she gets a visit from Mrs McNaughton asking her to rescue her son, Bill, who has been arrested for killing his father. Phryne has already met Bill...See more
    What a fun read Flying Too High is. Phryne has decided to put roots down in Melbourne and has bought a house. On her first day she gets a visit from Mrs McNaughton asking her to rescue her son, Bill, who has been arrested for killing his father. Phryne has already met Bill to ask him to respect his mother''s sensibilities and not kill his father. Despite not particularly liking Bill Phryne decides to help out. Whilst investigating McNaughton senior''s death she also manages to foil a kidnapper''s plans and rescue the hostage, Candida. Flying Too High is great escapist literature. Phryne Fisher is a Girls Own heroine with pots of money, a decidedly modern take on sexual relations and more skills than is humanly possible (eg crack shot, stunt piloting and driving in this novel). Not to be taken seriously there is a strong vein of sly humour throughout which adds to the fun.
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    Murder, kidnapping, and flying in Australia
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 11, 2017
    Miss Phryne Fisher is hired to find out who killed William McNaughton, abusive father and controlling husband. His son Bill is arrested but everybody except the local police inspector thinks him innocent. Meanwhile another serious case occurs. A young girl is kidnapped and...See more
    Miss Phryne Fisher is hired to find out who killed William McNaughton, abusive father and controlling husband. His son Bill is arrested but everybody except the local police inspector thinks him innocent. Meanwhile another serious case occurs. A young girl is kidnapped and Phryne needs to locate and rescue her in a combined air and land operation. All is successfully concluded and it ends with a children''s party where the death of William McNaughton.
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    I love his character on the television
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 3, 2018
    Years since I bought this and only now I''m reading it. Starts with a bang, most of them do. Yes these novels are far fetched but so what. They''re entertaining and the characters interesting. I agree with one of your other critics that it''s a shame more is not made of...See more
    Years since I bought this and only now I''m reading it. Starts with a bang, most of them do. Yes these novels are far fetched but so what. They''re entertaining and the characters interesting. I agree with one of your other critics that it''s a shame more is not made of Inspector Robinson. I love his character on the television. This is the second but they can be read in any order. I''ve read 7 others before this one. I don''t think this has been done for television. Most of them have.
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    From the author of the bestselling Phryne Fisher Series comes Flying Too High, the next historical mystery featuring the unstoppable amateur sleuth Phryne Fisher. And this time around, she takes to the air...

    "...the incomparable Phryne Fisher...beautiful, wealthy, sophisticated, but, above all, daring and intelligent..."―Library Journal

    Looking for riveting historical mystery books? This is for you:

  • Perfect for fans of Jacqueline Winspear and Dorothy Sayers
  • Inspired the Netflix show Miss Fisher''s Murder Mysteries, starring Essie Davis
  • Movie Now Streaming on Acorn TV
  • Walking the wings of a Tiger Moth plane in full flight would be more than enough excitement for most people, but not for the unflappable Phryne―amateur detective and woman of mystery, as delectable as the finest chocolate and as sharp as razor blades.

    In fact, the roaring 1920s'' most talented and glamorous murder detective flies even higher here, handling a murder, a kidnapping, and the usual array of beautiful young men with style and consummate ease. A bit of a flight risk herself, she does it all before it''s time to adjourn to the Queenscliff Hotel for breakfast. Whether she''s flying planes, clearing a friend of homicide charges, or saving a child, Phryne does everything with the same dash and elan with which she drives her red Hispano-Suiza.

    About the Author

    Kerry Greenwood was born in the Melbourne suburb of Footscray and after wandering far and wide, she returned to live there. She has degrees in English and Law from Melbourne University and was admitted to the legal profession on the 1st April 1982, a day which she finds both soothing and significant. Kerry has written three series, a number of plays, including The Troubadours with Stephen D''Arcy, is an award-winning children''s writer and has edited and contributed to several anthologies. The Phryne Fisher series (pronounced Fry-knee, to rhyme with briny) began in 1989 with Cocaine Blues which was a great success. Kerry has written twenty books in this series with no sign yet of Miss Fisher hanging up her pearl-handled pistol. Kerry says that as long as people want to read them, she can keep writing them. In 2003 Kerry won the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Australian Association.

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