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06/01/2012

Not So Casual Friday

If you read the Blackbird Sisters Mysteries, you know Nora spends most of her evenings out on the town--attending all kinds of social events.  On Fridays, she tends to show up at elegant, black tie occasions.  What's a down-on-her-luck girl supposed to wear on nights like this? She raids her grandmama's collection of vintage couture, of course.  Here's one of her not-so-casual Friday evening outfits.  This one, Galliano.

Nora not so casual

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Love the dress! I recently heard about the Blackbird Sisters on Kozy Mystery Korner and downloaded the first in the series. Looking forward to reading it!

That dress is gorgeous and just what I would expect Nora to wear. Love it! I am so looking forward to "No way to kill a lady" and the next Roxy book!

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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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