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17 lucky winners will each receive a copy of Just Murdered: Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries by Katherine Kovacic.

Introducing the fabulous Ms Peregrine Fisher, niece of the famous Phryne Fisher, as seen on 7plus and Acorn tv.

‘A splendid read, with an authentic 60s flavour. I recommend it unreservedly.’ – Kerry Greenwood.

Peregrine Fisher is unexpectedly summoned to a meeting of the Adventuresses’ Club of the Antipodes, where she learns some incredible news.

When Adventuress Florence Astor is accused of murder, Peregrine jumps at the chance to help on the case. Detective James Steed, initially dismissive, quickly finds Peregrine’s flair for investigating and headstrong nature leave him little choice.

A second shocking death occurs and Detective Steed’s boss, Inspector Sparrow, demands the case be brought to a close with suspicious speed.

With Sparrow issuing threats, time is running out for Peregrine. It seems she’s set herself an impossible task, but then, as Detective Steed says, ‘never underestimate a woman named Fisher’.

Based on the screenplay by Deb Cox.

Just Murdered: Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries is available online and in bookstores now!

Please note this competition is open from 5 August 2021 until 5 September 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. A. MartinQLD
  2. J. MoranNSW
  3. T. TaylorNSW
  4. S. RoweVIC
  5. P. StoneNSW
  6. H. BudgeVIC
  7. M. MatherQLD
  8. L. TimmerWA
  9. S. TsatlogianisNSW
  10. A. ShallessNSW
  11. A. GrahamQLD
  12. C. PhillipsVIC
  13. D. WilkinsonTAS
  14. T. EvansNSW
  15. C. MurnaneSA
  16. N. SkinnerNSW
  17. J. BellmuntVIC
  • I like Michael Weston from Burn Notice. Sure, he is technically a ‘burned spy’, but it is essentially just a modern detective novel/show, the gist of which is that he is trying to uncover who ‘burned’ him, and why… with murder mysteries all adding clues.


  • Sherlock Holmes was always a firm favourite in any genre, but I love the Miss Fisher original and modern stories as well as Frankie Drake – there should be more women in those roles.


  • Encyclopedia Brown (E.B) the Boy Detective. …Love detective stories and thoroughly enjoyed this kid’s detective book!


  • Sherlock Holmes was my first and remains my all time favourite. He was incredibly clever and observant


  • I love Hercule Poirot as he was created by the beautiful Agatha Christie Poirot is one of Christie’s most famous characters first appearing in The Mysterious Affair at Styles. David Suchet as Poirot was a real life policeman who came as a refugee . Poirot understanding of the criminal mind is intriguing.


  • After the inredible Miss Fischer it would have to be Miss Marple, she shows how being quite and still you can observe.


  • I always loved Miss Marple. Such a lovely old lady who had great instincts! Just like a super cool Granny!


  • There are so many, but to be honest the first one who sprang to mind was Trixie Belden, although I haven’t read the books for many years. I was devastated when my sister gave the set away to a boyfriend’s niece in 1980..


  • Detective Murdock for he always finds his person.


  • Gary jubelin who has podcasts and books out as it shows how hard the job is and some of the barriers faced in finding who did it in real life


  • I love Miss Marple as much as Ms Fisher actually. Would love to read for a change.


  • Really is there any one better the one of the originals Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher in Murder She Wrote. A shrewd mystery writer helping authorities nab the culprit in every murder mystery.


  • Temperance Brennan – love how drawn in you get with her character in books


  • It would have to be Sherlock Holmes, by far the best detective ever, his attention to detail like know other


  • Inspector Gadget


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