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First-Line Friday #158

The Lady and the Highwayman

by Sarah M. Eden

London, 1865

Rumor had it, Fletcher Walker wasn’t born but had simply appeared one day, swaggering down the streets.


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12 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #158”

  1. Ha! That’s a great first line! I’m currently reading the second novella in The Kissing Tree which is by Karen Witemeyer. The first line of that novella is “Illogical business proposals made Barnabas Ackerly’s skin itch, but this one irritated like a hundred mosquito bites treated with a poison ivy poultice.”

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  2. Iโ€™m sharing the first line of chapter 19 of The Love Note by Joanna Politano:
    If I should happen to fall in love, the outcome of such a plight depends, like any big fall, on who is there to catch me.

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