No Way to Kill A Lady

No Way to Kill A Lady

A Blackbird Sisters Mystery

Large Print - 2012 | Center Point large print ed.
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The Blackbird sisters' great aunt Madeleine has died in a volcanic eruption on an Indonesian island and left her fabulous country estate, worth millions, to the three of them. But when Nora, Libby and Emma show up to claim their windfall, they find the house in a state of disheartening decay and all of Madeleine's exquisite treasures gone. What's even worse is that the mansion has been hiding a grisly secret: the body of a woman who died there many years ago. And all the evidence points to a high society murder.
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Large Print, 2012.
Edition: Center Point large print ed.
ISBN: 9781611735574
Branch Call Number: MARTI
Characteristics: 431 p.


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hania4987 Jul 08, 2013

another murder in Philadelphia's high society and the continuing saga of the Blackbird sisters told with wit and humor ... fun series

loblollyrosa Aug 25, 2012

Love this mystery series! With interesting characters and a sneak peek at the lives of high society, along with a quick moving pace, this book is highly recommended.


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May 28, 2013

When a skeleton is found locked in the elevator of a mansion that the Blackbird sisters have recently inherited from their Aunt Madeleine, many suspect an accidental death due to lack of electricity. But Nora smells foul play, especially when the mansions treasures and artwork are found missing. Nora's special bond with her benevolent aunt spurs her to seek the truth and bring a killer to justice while trying to keep her sisters in line. Emma is expecting a mysterious love child and Libby is involved in a tabloid scandal. Michael is sidelined while under house arrest at the Blackbird Farm and is as naughty and distracting as ever.

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