Would you like to read what I had to say about a mystery writer who really inspired me?  I felt as if Anne George was a member of my family.  Read my article in Mystery Scene Magazine here.


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Just finished Little Black Book. More fun with the Blackbirds and Mick! Too bad now I'll have to wait another year to find out what happens next. Yes, there is murder, mystery, and suspense, but somehow there is a lightheartedness also. Thanks to Nancy Martin for all the books and the hours of enjoyment they have given me.

I found Nancy after finishing the Southern Sisters. I was heart broken that Anne had died and I wouldn't be able to join them in their adventures any longer. I was so glad to find Nora, Em and Libby. Thes great characters have given me joy and made me envious of the sister bond that, with two brothers, I get to experience in their stories. Thanks to Nancy for writing them for me and making me pine for Anne a little less.

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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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