First-Line Friday #215

To Disguise the Truth

The Bleeker Street Inquiry Agency #3

by Jen Turano

September 1887, New York City

Considering she’d once shot the man sitting across from her, Eunice Holbrooke was beginning to get the sneaking suspicion her past had finally caught up with her.


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  1. I love Jen’s books. They always lift my spirits.
    My First line is from Enchanting the Heiress by Kristi Hunter:
    December 1817. Newmarket, England
    How could Jonas Fitzroy possibly follow his twin sister’s directive to stop watching over and protecting her, when she actually believed in the crazy plans she’d just laid out to him?

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  2. “The door to Athena’s apartment is open. I’m both relieved and petrified by this. Relieved because I’d been worrying on the frantic ride over about how I was going to get in without involving third parties—her doorman, the police. And petrified because it means that Athena’s SOS message was real, that something actually is wrong, and she isn’t simply being dramatic.” From PLEASE JOIN US by Catherine McKenzie (publishes 5-24-22)

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