1991 historical detection, third in Greenwood's Phryne Fisher series
(1920s flapper detective in Australia). Everyone in one of the
carriages on the overnight train to Ballarat is chloroformed; Phryne
retains just enough consciousness to shoot out the window and let in
some air. When everyone recovers, it's found that an elderly passenger
has vanished. But why?
I have recently purchased a Garmin DriveSmart navigation unit. It is
quite possible to get this up and running, legally, without buying a
copy of Windows or Mac OS. Here's how. I believe this will also work
with DriveAware and DriveLuxe models.
2009 SF, loosely connected with the Company series. The British
Arean Corporation sponsored the colonisation of Mars… then it turned
out that short-term profits weren't possible, and they lost interest.
Mary Griffith runs the only place to buy a beer on the Tharsis Bulge.
1936 classic English detective fiction; fourth of Marsh's novels of
Inspector Roderick Alleyn. At a meeting of the House of the Sacred
Flame, a small cult, the Chosen Vessel drinks from the Flaming Cup,
gabbles nonsensically, and dies of a dose of sodium cyanide.
2015-2016 science fiction, 10 episodes. When the ice-hauler
Canterbury gets destroyed, the Belters blame Mars, Mars blames
Earth, and Earth blames the Belters.
1990 historical detection, second in Greenwood's Phryne Fisher
series (1920s flapper detective in Australia). Phryne takes on the
case of a son whose mother is worried he'll murder his father, and
then the father is indeed murdered; and she tracks down a kidnapped
This supplement is not about a specific world, or an area of GURPS
rules: it's about how to convert a fictional setting for use in a
1962; mystery/thriller or romantic suspense. Nicola Ferris, on holiday
from her job at the British Embassy in Athens, has been looking
forward to getting away from it all in an obscure corner of Crete. But
a day of random wandering brings her into contact with two men, one of
them badly injured.
Back to the Two Brewers on a muggy night, for the third meeting of
1989 historical detection, first in Greenwood's Phryne Fisher series
(1920s flapper detective in Australia). Intelligent, beautiful, rich,
and bored, the Hon. Phryne Fisher travels to Australia in order to
find out whether John Andrews is poisoning his wife, her clients'