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New From Nancy!

Have you read my newest?  The idea for Miss Ruffles Inherits Everything came to me while visiting my daughter after she moved to Texas with her family. For those of us who have lived all our lives in quiet Pennsylvania, Texas was quite a culture shock!  So I began to think about a young woman who moved to a state that's so very different from her home. And of course....I had to throw in a dog!  Those of you who loved Spike in the Blackbird books will surely appreciate Miss Ruffles---another "bad" dog with a heart of gold. Check for the book everywhere your favorite books are sold. Ruffles2


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I just finished "Miss Ruffles" and absolutely loved it. You have a very sensitive way of describing character traits and rivalries. And I just loved Fred's new lease on life. Thank-you - and I have to hope that this is a first in a series...

I loved this book! I listened to the audiobook! I agree...I really hope this will be the first of many Miss Ruffles and Sonny mysteries!

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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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