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Issue Details: First known date: 1889... 1889 The Phantom Hearse
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First known date: 1889
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First published in the Australian Journal in 1889. Issue details unknown.
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    y separately published work icon Three Murder Mysteries Mary Fortune , Canberra : Mulini Press , 2009 Z1605126 2009 selected work short story crime detective

    'This incredible writer had been largely forgotten and was unknown as a person until Lucy Sussex took up her cause and went in search of her life.

    The three 'Murder Mysteries' here published, are examples of Mary Fortune's great skill in writing 'detective fiction' at this early period when the genre was in the beginning stages of a now popular form of fiction. The three stories are introduced by Lucy Sussex.' (Publisher's blurb)

    Canberra : Mulini Press , 2009
    pg. 49-74
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