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Kerry Greenwood Other Series

Ancient Greece and a Post-Apocalyptic Australia

Kerry Greenwood is perhaps best known for her Jazz Age detective Phryne Fisher, but she has written and edited a wide range of material including the two series and other work listed here.

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See also:

The Phryne Fisher series
The Corinna Chapman (Earthly Delights) series

book cover, Whale Road by Kerry Greenwood
Whale Road, Kerry Greenwood

Set in post-apocalyptic Victoria, the SCA has survived and built a society based on their favourite medieval model.

Book 1: The Broken Wheel
Book 2: Cave Rats
Book 3: Whale Road (Reviewed by Richard Hryckiewicz.)
Book 4: Feral

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Delphic Women Series, Kerry Greenwood

Delphic Women Series

Set in the ancient Greece of myth and legend, these stories recreate a world where gods and humans love, fight, and conspire.

Book 1: Cassandra (the fall of Troy) (see review)
Book 2: Electra (the Orestia)
Book 3: Medea (Jason and the Argonauts)

book cover, The Thing she Loves: Why Women Kill, edited by Kerry Greenwood
The Thing She Loves: Why Women Kill, Kerry Greenwood

The Thing She Loves: Why Women Kill

A collection of essays, including Australian case studies, of female murderers. This is an excellent resource for anyone in social service or legal professions, and interesting to crime buffs, but don't read it before a date. Festivale recommends that you read the Kerry Greenwood summation before you read all the individual entries. The other essays look at the problems. Kerry looks at the possible solution.

Reviewed by Ali Kayn

Official Website: www.phrynefisher.com

Fantasy/Science Fiction series:

Douglas Adams' Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series

Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Robots series

Mary Janice Davidson's Undead series

Anne McCaffrey's Dragonrider series
Anne McCaffrey's Crystal Singer series
Anne McCaffrey's Brain Ships series
Anne McCaffrey's Talents (psychic, rowan, tower) series
Anne McCaffrey's Petaybee series
Anne McCaffrey's Freedom series
Anne McCaffrey's Acorna series
George R. R. Martin's Game of Thrones and more
Tanya Huff's Vicki Nelson (Blood Lines)
Tanya Huff's Confederation
Terry Pratchett's Discworld series
Spider Robinson's Callahan and Stardance series

Roger Zelazny's Amber Series