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02/25/2012

Do you own a Kindle? MICK ABRUZZO'S STORY is now availabe for all Kindle reading devices. Click here to purchase your copy. This novella is the story of how Mick Abruzzo first became acquainted with Nora Blackbird, and I think you'll find a few surprises. Once you're read this story, I'm told many readers go back to re-read the whole series. I think this story will change your view of much of the Blackbird world.

This novella is priced at $1.99 because it's not a full-length novel. It's longer than a short story, though, so we're calling it a novella.

The story will soon be available for all reading devices--the Nook, the iPad, the Sony reader and the Kobo.

Don't have an e-reader? Did you know you can download a Kindle app for your cell phone or your home computer? (The app is free!) I hope you enjoy!

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The Blackbird Sisters Mysteries, written by Nancy Martin, feature Nora, Libby and Emma Blackbird, three Philadelphia heiresses whose parents have run off with their trust funds, forcing all three women to get jobs for the first time in their lives. Nora Blackbird becomes the assistant to a newspaper society columnist and attends parties for a living. Unfortunately, Nora also stumbles over a lot of dead bodies while she's covering the social scene on the Main Line. Follow Nora's amateur sleuthing as she solves crimes of fashion as well as aristocratic murder!



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