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First-Line Friday #193

The Merchant and the Rogue

The Dread Penny Society #3

by Sarah M. Eden

London, 1865

If laughter truly were the best medicine, Brogan Donnelly would have been the healthiest Irishman in all of England.


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I love Jesus, my husband, and my daughter. I love reading and reviewing Christian fiction. And, I am a high school English teacher trying to get kids to fall in love with reading every day!

11 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #193

  1. The wind hit her with a cold, uncaring slap, reminding her March could be a brutal month.
    THE MEMORY QUILT by Lenora Worth
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  2. Love your first line!

    My first line comes from Crossed Lines by Jennifer Delamere:
    London, England. June 1881

    Mitchell B. Harris, better known to readers of the Era as Our London Correspondent, leaned casually on the desk of John Munson, toying with his cane while Munson chuckled over what he was reading.

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