New PDF release: A Crazy Little Thing Called Death

By Nancy Martin

ISBN-10: 045122082X

ISBN-13: 9780451220820

Nora Blackbird has made the society pages once more. The impoverished Philadelphia heiress has agreed to wed Mick Abruzzo, son of latest Jersey's such a lot infamous mobster-if he can live on the Blackbird Curse. each time a Blackbird sister remarries, the groom is certain to die...

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Lots of land, even for this neighborhood,” he noted. “It’s getting a little run-down. ” Michael turned and looked across the stream. ” He pointed. “Through the trees there. ” “I have no idea. ” Michael knew about such fences, of course. As a teenager, he’d gone to jail for stealing motorcycles—a sentence extended for his bad behavior once behind bars. When he’d finally gotten out, he’d spent a few years dabbling in his notorious family’s businesses, but eventually decided he needed to change his ways or risk going back to prison, a fate that seemed more horrible to him as he grew older.

Both his parents had been snooty types, but Crewe was anything but. He had sandy hair with a high forehead that gave him more of a distinguished air than his not-quite-forty years should allow. His intelligent eyes and rarely bestowed smile had made many women weak in the knees, but he was still single. The fact that he could cut an arrogant restaurateur down to size with very few words made him a fun cocktail-party guest. I’d hate to find him sitting down at my dinner table, though. His culinary standards were dauntingly high.

Libby said, “Nora, I’ve had three weddings already, so I know all the pitfalls. ” “Okay,” Emma said into her phone. “I’ve got an opening at midnight. ” Libby and I forgot about weddings and turned our stares onto Emma. “Sure, baby,” she said to her caller. “A thousand bucks. In cash, of course. ” I said, “You told me you had a couple of jobs. ” “That’s what I do in the daylight hours. ” Our little sister had recently freelanced at a dungeon that specialized in S and M. Heaven only knew what she was doing now.

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