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The new Blackbird Sisters mystery from the bestselling author of A Crazy Little Thing Called Death. Down-to-earth debutante Nora Blackbird is having a meltdown-and it isn't because of Philadelphia's heat wave, or an overdose at the city's Chocolate Festival. A noted Philly philanthropist has taken a swan dive from an office balcony-and Nora's friend Lexie stands accused o The new Blackbird Sisters mystery from the bestselling author of A Crazy Little Thing Called Death. Down-to-earth debutante Nora Blackbird is having a meltdown-and it isn't because of Philadelphia's heat wave, or an overdose at the city's Chocolate Festival. A noted Philly philanthropist has taken a swan dive from an office balcony-and Nora's friend Lexie stands accused of the murder. Then Nora's scheming parents reappear, sending all three Blackbird sisters into a panic. Now Nora must uncover the scandalous hijinks her parents are plotting-before she winds up taking all the heat and strangling her father with his own ascot.


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The new Blackbird Sisters mystery from the bestselling author of A Crazy Little Thing Called Death. Down-to-earth debutante Nora Blackbird is having a meltdown-and it isn't because of Philadelphia's heat wave, or an overdose at the city's Chocolate Festival. A noted Philly philanthropist has taken a swan dive from an office balcony-and Nora's friend Lexie stands accused o The new Blackbird Sisters mystery from the bestselling author of A Crazy Little Thing Called Death. Down-to-earth debutante Nora Blackbird is having a meltdown-and it isn't because of Philadelphia's heat wave, or an overdose at the city's Chocolate Festival. A noted Philly philanthropist has taken a swan dive from an office balcony-and Nora's friend Lexie stands accused of the murder. Then Nora's scheming parents reappear, sending all three Blackbird sisters into a panic. Now Nora must uncover the scandalous hijinks her parents are plotting-before she winds up taking all the heat and strangling her father with his own ascot.

30 review for Murder Melts in Your Mouth

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sallee

    This was another wonderful Blackbird sisters mystery. The main character, Nora is charming, her love interest is a hunk and has ties to a mob family and her sisters and parents are just plain nuts! The murder of Nora's best friend, Lexie's financial partner, Hoyt Cavendish starts this story off and it goes wild from there. There is humor, love, pathos and plenty of quirkiness to keep you interested. This was another wonderful Blackbird sisters mystery. The main character, Nora is charming, her love interest is a hunk and has ties to a mob family and her sisters and parents are just plain nuts! The murder of Nora's best friend, Lexie's financial partner, Hoyt Cavendish starts this story off and it goes wild from there. There is humor, love, pathos and plenty of quirkiness to keep you interested.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    I'm a cozy mystery reader who loves when character and plot work together really well. Thankfully, this book does. Nora's working hard at trying to maintain the family lifestyle and properties while her parents are on the run from the US government. Meanwhile her best friend's in a pickle (pesky suspicion of murder charges) and there's a new mystery afoot. In the meantime, she's babysitting her sister Libby's 5 children and trying to watch for younger sister Emma's life. Oh, and to establish or I'm a cozy mystery reader who loves when character and plot work together really well. Thankfully, this book does. Nora's working hard at trying to maintain the family lifestyle and properties while her parents are on the run from the US government. Meanwhile her best friend's in a pickle (pesky suspicion of murder charges) and there's a new mystery afoot. In the meantime, she's babysitting her sister Libby's 5 children and trying to watch for younger sister Emma's life. Oh, and to establish or reestablish a dating life with the son of a mobster. No biggie right? I really appreciated the interactions of show AND tell. The characters didn't necessarily get along but they all worked together to find truths. Ultimately, the WASPy life of a Philadelphia deb worked in her favor and it showed that those will little work experience can make something work. Nora had grit throughout the story, she wasn't easily cowed but she wasn't stupid either. The action worked out and was fast enough to move along the story while offering little insights into the Blackbird world. I wasn't sure if I liked some of the mystery reveals, however. I think it was an interesting turn, one of the biggest secrets, but I'm not sure it was handled well enough to base a huge part of the resolution on it. That's the only thing causing me to not give the book 5 stars. A solid 4.5, though. I look forward to reading more of the series. Sometimes a random pass by at the library can be useful.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Eileen

    This one has a lot more relationship drama, and more new members of the Blackbird family come home to roost. Nora gets kidnapped twice, Emily's in trouble, and Libby is AWOL at the Ritz with someone who hit her with his car. There is a chocolate festival, but that's hardly a main plot point. It made me hungry. I liked the book, and I was impressed with how the author handled hiding the killer until the last second. It started a lot quicker than the previous one did, which I thought started kind of This one has a lot more relationship drama, and more new members of the Blackbird family come home to roost. Nora gets kidnapped twice, Emily's in trouble, and Libby is AWOL at the Ritz with someone who hit her with his car. There is a chocolate festival, but that's hardly a main plot point. It made me hungry. I liked the book, and I was impressed with how the author handled hiding the killer until the last second. It started a lot quicker than the previous one did, which I thought started kind of slow. The ending was very satisfying, and I'm a little nervous to see what's new in the next book. I hope everyone stays happy, but that's not likely or we wouldn't have anything to read!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I love this dang series. I love the Blackbird sisters, though I really want to smack Emma. Michael is dreamy and super annoying. The mystery was really, really good, even as it was heartbreaking. This whole book was pretty heartbreaking, to be honest, but the clothes were still great and the batty rich people were still entertaining. I would trigger warn about some weird handling of a trans character, but I was never quite clear about how disapproving anyone was.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    This was really heavy on the character development, and pushing the personal stories forward, and a lot lighter on the murder aspect. It's not a bad thing, but it's worth noting that if the characters don't really grab you in this series, this isn't the entry for you. That being said, if you do love the characters you're really going to like how this one develops. This was really heavy on the character development, and pushing the personal stories forward, and a lot lighter on the murder aspect. It's not a bad thing, but it's worth noting that if the characters don't really grab you in this series, this isn't the entry for you. That being said, if you do love the characters you're really going to like how this one develops.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    An entertaining "who done it" with a zany cast of characters that make for a lively plotline. Set in the Philadelphia area, it connects Main Line Philly to the criminal underworld. A fun, quick and entertaining read with a twist that I never expected. An entertaining "who done it" with a zany cast of characters that make for a lively plotline. Set in the Philadelphia area, it connects Main Line Philly to the criminal underworld. A fun, quick and entertaining read with a twist that I never expected.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Paula

    This was another good mystery installment of the Blackbird sisters. And it was nice to see them all working together on a mystery. There were some nice surprises in this book. Thoroughly enjoyable.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ewa

    It was quite OK, rather light reading. However I didn't like any characters, either too posh, or egoistic, or rich and spoiled. Not my world of course. It was quite OK, rather light reading. However I didn't like any characters, either too posh, or egoistic, or rich and spoiled. Not my world of course.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sheryl

    Great series to read while on vacation.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Diane Houdeshell

    I love this series! I particularly enjoy the sisters relationships with each other.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Lee

    Wonderful! This one had me on the edge of my seat! I love her stories and can't wait to see what's in store next for Nora and Michael. Wonderful! This one had me on the edge of my seat! I love her stories and can't wait to see what's in store next for Nora and Michael.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Roberta

    My excuse is there was a box of chocolates on the cover. A bit more than meets the eye here though. Much better plotted than the usual cozy mystery.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    This was total fluff but totally what I was in the mood for. A nice escape for a few hours.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn Upright

    I love Nora and Michael. I hope they get together for good.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jean Chryst

    Great read!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Maddielucy(Patti)

    Fun series!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Sinn (Books and Trouble)

    I’m not the biggest fan of heiresses, the Upper East Side elite or celebutantes, which is probably why I’ve always skipped over Nancy Martin’s high society book series. Unable to resist the chocolate-infused murder plot in “Murder Melts in Your Mouth,” I decided to give the books a shot and realized that I’ve been missing out on a real treat! In this fast-paced Blackbird Sisters adventure, Nora Blackbird – former Philadelphia heiress and high-society It Girl – is teetering on the edge of a nervo I’m not the biggest fan of heiresses, the Upper East Side elite or celebutantes, which is probably why I’ve always skipped over Nancy Martin’s high society book series. Unable to resist the chocolate-infused murder plot in “Murder Melts in Your Mouth,” I decided to give the books a shot and realized that I’ve been missing out on a real treat! In this fast-paced Blackbird Sisters adventure, Nora Blackbird – former Philadelphia heiress and high-society It Girl – is teetering on the edge of a nervous breakdown. Her big sister got ran over by a Rolls Royce and left her in charge of five kids while she recuperates at the Ritz. Just when life couldn’t’ get more hectic, Nora’s best friend becomes suspect No. 1 after her boss plummets to his death from his high-rise office balcony. Then madcap hijinks ensue when the tax-evading Blackbird parents reappear with their life coach, sending Nora and her two zany sisters into a tizzy. On a quest to prove her friend’s innocence, Nora searches for suspects while covering see-and-be-seen social events for her high society newspaper column. After rubbing elbows with Philly’s most notable bluebloods at the annual chocolate festival, she discovers anyone is a suspect – even her own father! With the help of her old flame, a hunky Jersey tough guy with mafia ties, Nora must root out the truth – even if it means turning in someone she loves. This book – peppered with witty one-liners, steamy sexual tension and oddball characters – is the perfect antidote for a bad mood. If you’re in need of a good laugh, this book will do the trick! The sharp murder plot and entertaining fashion commentary is sure to delight fans of Janet Evonovich, Ellen Byerrum and Jennifer Cruise.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Cherisse

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 3.5 Less zany/funny/crazy than the earlier works in the series. Time/location: just before Fourth of July; Chocolate Festival in the Convention Center Various parallels: Emma is pregnant (like Nora was in #5); Nora's two friends are going to Spain to adopt a child and years earlier, Hoyt and his wife get Nora's father's help to have a child (Tierney)--(parallels Nora's donating eggs 10 years ago so friend can have a child). (Also shows the differing attitudes from 2 decades ago vs. today: Hoyt ha 3.5 Less zany/funny/crazy than the earlier works in the series. Time/location: just before Fourth of July; Chocolate Festival in the Convention Center Various parallels: Emma is pregnant (like Nora was in #5); Nora's two friends are going to Spain to adopt a child and years earlier, Hoyt and his wife get Nora's father's help to have a child (Tierney)--(parallels Nora's donating eggs 10 years ago so friend can have a child). (Also shows the differing attitudes from 2 decades ago vs. today: Hoyt had to conceal his/her true gender; Nora's two gay friends can now openly adopt.) Nora's father and mother return with a Treasury agent; Lexie (5 years for manslaughter; reduced to 3 years?) and Michael (6 months? as accessory) are going to jail. Doesn't really explain Hoyt's motivation for embezzeling $100 M from his various clients' accounts, thought it sort of parallels Nora's parents' actions/attitude of borrowing money and jewelry then just skipping town leaving their daughters to live with the consequences. Nora really seems to be taken advantage of: she has the $2 M in back taxes that she has to pay for, while her sisters have valuable furniture and artwork that they could just sell; Libby foists her children on Nora; Emma foists her ponies, horse and herself on Nora (there's no mention of paying rent to help out when Emma moves to the farm). Libby and Jacque Petite (star of the Chocolae Festival); Nora doing online videos for her newspaper; Tierney is 1/2 brother to the Blackbird sisters; Lucy has replaced her imaginary friend with a real person, Henry (Michael computer expert); the Blackbird widow curse is no more?

  19. 4 out of 5

    Loretta

    In this book Nora's childhood friend, Lexie, not only becomes a murder suspect but her entire life takes a complete tailspin. It is so hard to see this happen because Lexie is the type of friend I would love to have had. However, there are always snakes in the grass even in the tallest corporate buildings. And, Nora knows her friend is not capable of murder and so begins to rout out the real killer. However, there is one very unexpected surprise-the appearance of their parents. And, Nora finds t In this book Nora's childhood friend, Lexie, not only becomes a murder suspect but her entire life takes a complete tailspin. It is so hard to see this happen because Lexie is the type of friend I would love to have had. However, there are always snakes in the grass even in the tallest corporate buildings. And, Nora knows her friend is not capable of murder and so begins to rout out the real killer. However, there is one very unexpected surprise-the appearance of their parents. And, Nora finds their father smack in the middle of the murder scene! Their parents end up moving back into the old family homestead with their mysterious freedom from tax evasion charges. Much to Nora's chagrin they also start making plans to convert the old home into a family business and expecting Nora to quit her current job as a social column journalist, which she has no intention of doing. By the time Nora finishes her sleuthing there secrets galore are brought out into the open-many involving her own family no less. I gave this book 5-stars because it kept me reading. The mystery of the killer kept really well to the end. Her parents aren't too bad but her mother is pretty zany and one can see where Libby gets her character traits from. My favorite part is when the family is being held hostage at the farm house which Nora and her nephew Rawlins walk into. The dialogue and interactions of the characters is pretty funny-if such a thing can be. But, Nancy Martin's talent certainly carries it off. Her sister, Emma really gets on my nerves in this book, though-not Libby for once. But, at the end, they are all together as a family and happy.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Devon

    Read May 2008 'MURDER MELTS IN YOUR MOUTH' really IS the best Blackbird sisters mystery yet!! If you are a fan of this series you will be more than pleased with the direction Nancy Martin has taken our favorite heroine and her kooky gang in this seventh installment. All of our favorites have returned, Emma, Libby & kids & Mick with a focus on some of the more minor characters that we love such as Lexie and Crewe but one of the highlights of the story was finally getting to meet the eccentric char Read May 2008 'MURDER MELTS IN YOUR MOUTH' really IS the best Blackbird sisters mystery yet!! If you are a fan of this series you will be more than pleased with the direction Nancy Martin has taken our favorite heroine and her kooky gang in this seventh installment. All of our favorites have returned, Emma, Libby & kids & Mick with a focus on some of the more minor characters that we love such as Lexie and Crewe but one of the highlights of the story was finally getting to meet the eccentric characters that are Nora's parents! They cast a hilariously whimsical air over the entire book and I hope to see much more of the senior Blackbirds in the future! Readers will be pleased to finally see so many aspects of the Blackbird sister's story come together after all of these years. Fan's of this series will finally get all that they have been asking for and more! Nora and Mick finally come to an understanding, there is potential for more of a story involving the ever mysterious yet lovable sister Emma and Libby is...well, she is still the same Libby we've grown to know and love. Also, this novel's mystery involving the death of Lexie Paine's partner Hoyt Cavendish, who is seemingly pushed from his office window after being accused of stealing millions from clients is by far the best mystery to date. Nancy has set the tone in this novel for big things to come down the line and I officially cannot wait for the eighth installment in this series which is sure to be fantastic!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dharia Scarab

    If I hadn't already picked up the entire series, I'd have stopped reading after 4. This series reads more like an adult version of "A Series of Unfortunate Events" than mystery novels. Nora, Mick, and her friends and family just can't catch a break as things are always going from bad to worse. Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books... 1 star... This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I If I hadn't already picked up the entire series, I'd have stopped reading after 4. This series reads more like an adult version of "A Series of Unfortunate Events" than mystery novels. Nora, Mick, and her friends and family just can't catch a break as things are always going from bad to worse. Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books... 1 star... This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future. 2 stars... This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author. 3 stars... This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up. 4 stars... I really enjoyed this book and will definitely be on the look out to pick up more from the series/author. 5 stars... I loved this book! It has earned a permanent home in my collection and I'll be picking up the rest of the series and other books from the author ASAP.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Bridget

    This was a great book to read for pure entertainment! I was not familiar with this mystery series, but I saw this book at the library, saw that it took place in and around Philadelphia, and decided to try it. The main character, Nora Blackbird, and her sisters Libby and Emma, come from a well-to-do family. Their parents, however, have bilked friends out of a lot of money, and are on the run from the Feds. In this installment, a major philanthropist is found dead in front of his office building af This was a great book to read for pure entertainment! I was not familiar with this mystery series, but I saw this book at the library, saw that it took place in and around Philadelphia, and decided to try it. The main character, Nora Blackbird, and her sisters Libby and Emma, come from a well-to-do family. Their parents, however, have bilked friends out of a lot of money, and are on the run from the Feds. In this installment, a major philanthropist is found dead in front of his office building after jumping or having been pushed. The office is one that belongs to Nora's lifelong friend, Lexie, and Nora begins to investigate to see if she can clear Lexie's name. I won't go further into the plot, but this book was really pretty amusing, with lots of over the top characters, and a few plot twists that kept it going. I will definitely look for others in this series.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne

    In this seventh installment of the Blackbird Sister's Mysteries, Nora, once again, decides that even though he now may be going to jail, Michael is still the man for her. Her sister is pregnant and still dealing with alcohol abuse. Michael tries to help Emma sober up. In the end, we are left with the impression that Emma is (sort of) in love with her baby's father, a banker. Meanwhile, Libby is hit by the Rolls Royce of a famous chocolatier and is now in love with him. Nora's best friend, Lexie In this seventh installment of the Blackbird Sister's Mysteries, Nora, once again, decides that even though he now may be going to jail, Michael is still the man for her. Her sister is pregnant and still dealing with alcohol abuse. Michael tries to help Emma sober up. In the end, we are left with the impression that Emma is (sort of) in love with her baby's father, a banker. Meanwhile, Libby is hit by the Rolls Royce of a famous chocolatier and is now in love with him. Nora's best friend, Lexie, is found to have killed a man and is going to jail, leaving her love interest Crewe, to worry about her. The big bomb was the the Blackbird sister's parents are home and have moved in to mooch off Nora. Nora wisely accepted to house sit in the city for a year. These novels remind me of a soap opera! They are silly and ridiculous, and I cannot put them down:).

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    An introduction (for me) into the "high society" of Philadelphia as impoverished debutante Nora Blackbird struggles to retain her position as society reporter with the Philadelphia Intelligencer, even as she is saddled with sister Libby's five children (after Libby gets hit by a Rolls Royce) and her younger sister's wild and drunken ways. Then there's the sometime boyfriend who is a member of the local mob family, crazy parents who have been running from the IRS for some time but return with the An introduction (for me) into the "high society" of Philadelphia as impoverished debutante Nora Blackbird struggles to retain her position as society reporter with the Philadelphia Intelligencer, even as she is saddled with sister Libby's five children (after Libby gets hit by a Rolls Royce) and her younger sister's wild and drunken ways. Then there's the sometime boyfriend who is a member of the local mob family, crazy parents who have been running from the IRS for some time but return with their valet Oscar who is not what he seems. One gets a peek into the closet of one of the wealthiest women in town, short visits to various social functions as one also attempt to discern who might have killed a colleague of Nora's best friend--at the best friend's office. And what do those two young men who have suddenly appeared and claim to be related to some of the wealthy characters?

  25. 5 out of 5

    Roberta

    Really this wasn't much of a mystery but the characters are interesting and a dozen loose ends from earlier books are tied up. While a some back-story is supplied, I think that a reader who has not read any of the earlier books is not going to enjoy this book. I've read all of the earlier books and I didn't enjoy it much. Nora spends half of the book shunning Michael due to miscommunication and the other half nagging him about his family, conveniently forgetting that HER parents are criminals, t Really this wasn't much of a mystery but the characters are interesting and a dozen loose ends from earlier books are tied up. While a some back-story is supplied, I think that a reader who has not read any of the earlier books is not going to enjoy this book. I've read all of the earlier books and I didn't enjoy it much. Nora spends half of the book shunning Michael due to miscommunication and the other half nagging him about his family, conveniently forgetting that HER parents are criminals, too. But, while she's wringing her hands in angst over his family's mob connections, at the same time she takes advantage of everything his mob connections have to offer to help her friends and dysfunctional family.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea

    I actually quite liked this book, more than some of the other mysteries I've been reading. It took me awhile to get into (but with Matt out of town all weekend, I had a lot of time at night to just read...) so it was fine. I ended up really liking the main characters by the time I got far enough in the story to understand their backstory (my own fault for getting the latest in the series instead of starting at the beginning). I liked them enough that I'd be interested in reading some of the earl I actually quite liked this book, more than some of the other mysteries I've been reading. It took me awhile to get into (but with Matt out of town all weekend, I had a lot of time at night to just read...) so it was fine. I ended up really liking the main characters by the time I got far enough in the story to understand their backstory (my own fault for getting the latest in the series instead of starting at the beginning). I liked them enough that I'd be interested in reading some of the earlier books. Fun, clean, not the best mystery, but more romance than others that made up for it. :)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    I loved this series. It's light reading and entertaining. Start with the 1st book and read them in order so you don't miss anything. The Blackbird sisters, often referred to as the widow Blackbird girls because of a supposed family curse. Nora is the middle sister who is left with her families old farm and a two million dollar tax debt to pay off. She works for the local newspaper as a society column writer where she gets involved solving high society crimes. It's fun, romantic and entertaining. T I loved this series. It's light reading and entertaining. Start with the 1st book and read them in order so you don't miss anything. The Blackbird sisters, often referred to as the widow Blackbird girls because of a supposed family curse. Nora is the middle sister who is left with her families old farm and a two million dollar tax debt to pay off. She works for the local newspaper as a society column writer where she gets involved solving high society crimes. It's fun, romantic and entertaining. These books are not just for chicks....my husband read them 1st and recommended them to me....lots of laughs as Nora Blackbird takes you on her adventures.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Shirley

    The crazy, diverse Blackbird sisters at their best. When Nora's friend, Lexie, is the prime suspect in the murder of philanthropist who pilfered money from hundreds of clients. Amid trying to prove her friend's innocence, Nora must deal with sister Emma, who is trying to dry out after dropping a shocking secret that shakes Nora's on-and-off-again with Mick to the core, while at the same time watching over sister Libby's brood of children after an accident. In the process of piecing together the The crazy, diverse Blackbird sisters at their best. When Nora's friend, Lexie, is the prime suspect in the murder of philanthropist who pilfered money from hundreds of clients. Amid trying to prove her friend's innocence, Nora must deal with sister Emma, who is trying to dry out after dropping a shocking secret that shakes Nora's on-and-off-again with Mick to the core, while at the same time watching over sister Libby's brood of children after an accident. In the process of piecing together the murder puzzle, she is dumbfounded to learn she has a new relative. Her mom and dad have shown up after years of absence and boyfriend Mick may be taking a leave of absence.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sandra

    I struggled with the first half of this book. I am sick of Nora and Mick's on/off thing. I hate the way Mick keeps things from Nora all the time. I dislike both of Nora's sisters. Her parents are awful The eccentricities of Nora's relatives would be amusing if they also cared about anyone but themselves. Libby redeems herself slightly with her reaction to being told of Emma's condition. She immediately offers sympathy to Nora - understanding exactly how difficult it is for her. I was please to s I struggled with the first half of this book. I am sick of Nora and Mick's on/off thing. I hate the way Mick keeps things from Nora all the time. I dislike both of Nora's sisters. Her parents are awful The eccentricities of Nora's relatives would be amusing if they also cared about anyone but themselves. Libby redeems herself slightly with her reaction to being told of Emma's condition. She immediately offers sympathy to Nora - understanding exactly how difficult it is for her. I was please to see Mick starting to include Nora and tell her what was going on in his life by the end of the book but based on the way the series has developed they will probably break up again in the next book.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Every time I open one of the blackbird sisters books I have a good idea of what I'm going to get. A little murder, a little mystery and of course, a little Mick and Nora. But this book had even more humor and charm than I have come to expect from its author. The sisters were in rare form and the reader is finally given an opportunity to meet the famed "blackbird parents" who are just as ridiculous as I'd always hoped they'd be. I for one, can't wait for Nora's next adventure (as long as Mick is Every time I open one of the blackbird sisters books I have a good idea of what I'm going to get. A little murder, a little mystery and of course, a little Mick and Nora. But this book had even more humor and charm than I have come to expect from its author. The sisters were in rare form and the reader is finally given an opportunity to meet the famed "blackbird parents" who are just as ridiculous as I'd always hoped they'd be. I for one, can't wait for Nora's next adventure (as long as Mick is by her side, of course :) )...

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