First-Line Friday #222

The Murder of Mr. Wickham

by Claudia Gray

This is not like Northanger, Juliet thought, excitement mounting as her carriage drew closer to the great house where she was to spend the next few weeks. Donwell is a real abbey!


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  1. I really am intrigued by your book selection!

    My first line comes from Written on the Wind by Elizabeth Camden:

    “Natalia Blackstone always considered the third floor of her family’s bank the most fascinating five thousand square feet in the entire United States.”

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