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20 February 2016 @ 04:39 pm
Four Phryne Fisher/Jack Robinson recs, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries  
Fandom: Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries
Pairing: Phryne Fisher/Jack Robinson
Title: Real Estate Holdings
Author: flashofthefuse
Link: At AO3
Rating/Warning(s): M
Word Count/WIP?: 43806/No
Recced on LiveJournal By: jaq_of_spades
Special Rec: 14/29

Why This Must Be Read: Hiding behind the somewhat prosaic title is an exquisite meditation on the nature of marriage in 1920s society and just how difficult it would be for even a couple as enlightened as Jack Robinson and Phryne Fisher to navigate the issues it presents. There's a mystery, of course, and some glorious smut, but it's the character and social insights that make this one so special.

Fandom: Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries
Pairing: Phryne Fisher/Jack Robinson
Title: Le Jazz Hot Pink
Author: Shamashe
Link: At AO3
Rating/Warning(s): T
Word Count/WIP?: 8264/No
Recced on LiveJournal By: jaq_of_spades
Special Rec: 15/29

Why This Must Be Read: A Valentine's Day treat that's as cleverly thought out and as satisfying as Jack Robinson's Valentine for Miss Fisher.


Fandom: Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries
Pairing: Phryne Fisher/Jack Robinson
Title: The Silas Johnson Matter
Author: Sassasam
Link: http: At AO3
Rating/Warning(s): E
Word Count/WIP?: 25,060
Recced on LiveJournal By: jaq_of_spades
Special Rec: 16/29

Why This Must Be Read: In what feels very much like the very next episode of the show, this story gives us a mystery for Miss Fisher and her Inspector to ponder while they become reacquainted following Phryne's return from England. All the delicious banter, thrilling action, and erotic charge we expect from Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries!

Fandom: Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries
Pairing: Phryne Fisher/Jack Robinson
Title: Lost Together
Author: gaslightgallows
Link: At AO3
Rating/Warning(s): E
Word Count/WIP?: 12947/No
Recced on LiveJournal By: jaq_of_spades
Special Rec: 17/29

Why This Must Be Read: A gorgeously in-character jaunt through one of the very many episodes in which the sexual tension between Detective Inspector Robinson and Miss Fisher might very credibly have boiled over; Jack and Phryne navigate the waters of a new stage to their relationship as they solve the puzzle presented in Dead Man’s Chest.
 
 
 
asymptotetree on February 20th, 2016 08:39 am (UTC)
hi, i have to say this because it's driving me nuts. it's not A03 with a zero. it's AO3, with the letter 'o', because there are 3 Os in the site's name: Archive Of Our Own.
jaq_of_spadesjaq_of_spades on February 20th, 2016 09:05 am (UTC)
Given the amount of time I spend there, I had managed to figure that one out. Sadly the difference between and O and 0 is only very apparent when you see them side by side: I'll try and proofread more carefully in future. ETA: I've edited the entry.

Edited at 2016-02-20 09:09 am (UTC)