Do you love Miss Fisher? I almost cried when the series ended.

Are you a fan of the Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries TV series? I am. Miss Phryne Fisher brings the perfect combination of wit, family secrets, and of course fashion! I don't know about you, but I almost cried when the series ended. Essie Davis captured the essence of the character from Kerry Greenwood's popular series expertly.

No more 1920s fashion, flair and bright young things? I couldn't accept that that was the end, so I did what I knew I had to do — wrote my own 1920s cozy mystery series!

The Ginger Gold Mystery series is the result of that decision. Ginger shares many of Phyrne's attributes. She's clever, compassionate, and a seeker of justice. And like Miss Fisher, Lady Gold fearlessly embraces modern times and insists on being a modern, independent woman.

There's also a handsome inspector who's just out of reach.

But there are differences too. Ginger Gold has been married. Her personal loss and lingering grief is her widowhood. She's more conservative than Phryne and doesn't share in Miss Fisher's hedonistic adventures. Ginger is British but was raised in America. She has a title through marriage and is a Lady in both senses of the word. Ginger Gold has many unusual skills attributed to working for the secret service during the Great War, a period of time she tries desperately to put behind her, but circumstances always seem to dredge it up.


If you are missing out on Miss Fishers' spunky attitude and fabulous 1920's attire, then the Ginger Gold Mysteries may be the perfect cure for you! Check out what readers are saying.

“This is just what I needed after watching the final episode of Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries TV series. This book series has me tingling all over again wondering if the heroine and the hero will ever confess to themselves or to each other that they have a shared attraction to each other.”

“This series is going to be one of my favorites. Couldn't put it down until I finished it. It ranks right up there with Agatha Christie and Nigio Marsh.”

I highly recommend this book especially if you are a fan of the Sherlock Holmes type murder mysteries!”

“A fascinating introduction to a character that will rival Miss Fisher in the cozy genre set in the period between world wars.”

“For fans of Murder She Wrote, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries and just general cozy mysteries. Definitely give this a read. You won't be disappointed.”

Ginger Gold has also been compared to Dorothy Sayers and Miss Marple! Does Ginger Gold remind you of another series or book you've read?

Read the first three chapters of the first book in the series – Murder on the SS Rosa – FREE!



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  1. I am thankful for this blog with all of it’s information. Without it I would be clueless about any of it!

  2. Just learning about Lady Gold, and I like her already. And I’m glad she is not as hedonistic as Miss Fisher.

  3. I do love Miss Fisher ! She is so clever and brave ! Ginger Gold looks like her, the mysteries are good, not scary, very relaxing. And I learned a lot about the roaring twenties !

  4. I loved the Miss Fisher mysteries. I was so sorry it got cancelled. It seems “they” cancel all the good shows. At least I can see her on reruns (when I can find her).

  5. I did love the Phryne Fisher series. So glad to see Ginger Gold will take me back to the same era – I’m ready for an adventure.

  6. You had me at do you like Miss Fisher – such a fun and interesting romp through the 20’s – love it!

  7. Of course I did…and love Ginger Gold. At least if I’m reading books, most times I get the choice to say goodbyemto my heroine and not have her disaappear forever…

  8. I loved Miss Fisher and I too was sad when the series ended. Ginger Gold has filled that hole that was missing.

  9. I loved following the Miss Fisher series and was sorry to see it end. But the Ginger Gold series and with the Higgins and Hawke Spin-off I feel all set up to enjoy so much more!

  10. I discovered the books long before the series came out. I was pleasantly surprised by how true the series was to the books. I’ve been known to re-watch them on Netflix.

  11. I loved miss fisher, I was so sad when I watched the last episode. Your books are so similar, that’s probably why I love them so much as well! I’ve heard they have a new spin off show but unfortunately I can’t find it, hopefully soon I will lol

  12. I never got to watch the series on TV your all talking about, but it sounds delightful. I live in the middle of the USA & sometimes what is being seen on the west & east coast just isn’t available in the middle of the country. We get short changed all the time. There seems to be the option that we don’t care for the new & upcoming items like the coast does, like we’re a bit to countryfied. Same with fashion and make up colors & trends. It’s to bad, but I can understand I believe maybe we are just a bit more cautious with some things!☺️
    As for this series with Ginger Gold I absolutely love it. Also I love the period it’s in. There were so many things change everywhere. I think at the time the fashions were both amazing, & scandalous. And of course gorgeous! Lee writes so much detail in all of what Ginger & her family & friends wear it makes it easy to visualize them. I just finished the Wedding novella & it was so fun hearing all the craziness that happens the day of a Wedding. I’m so excited for the next book to be released. I’m ready to get lost in another fabulous Ginger Gold mysteries! But I guess her name will be changed now. They’ll be so fun to read as both Ginger & Basel set out on a new life together. I do hope that they can somehow bring scout further into the new family. Thanks so much Lee for a great series. Sincerely, Gail Gassen

  13. Just love the Ginger Gold series! Can’t wait for the newest one to come out. Please don’t say there won’t be another book!

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