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First-Line Friday #226

A Perilous Plan

Imperiled Young Widows #1

by Melanie Dickerson

Early Autumn, 1810, London, England

Penelope knew better than to wait for her husband, as David rarely came home before dark, and sometimes he did not come home at all.


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6 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #226”

  1. Melanie and the time period are soooo good!

    The book I chose this week will release on June 7.
    In Honor’s Defense by Karen Witemeyer
    St. Louis, Missouri. 1895
    Invisible people rarely received correspondence. A fact that Damaris Baxter had accepted long ago.

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