First-Line Friday #234

The Siren of Sussex

Belles of London #1

by Mimi Matthews

London, England, March 1862

Evelyn Maltravers entered the dimly lit shop in Conduit Street.


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  1. “Captain Rick Norton crouched near the edge of the dirt road. Ears still ringing from the intense firefight, the smell of gunpowder burning his nose, he looked around, counting team members.” ~Honor Bound by Hallee Bridgeman (Revell)

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  2. Like Cindy, I’ve also read The Extraordinary Deaths of Mrs. Kip. (I was reading it this morning. I’ve now finished reading it after my lunch break at work. It’s that good.)

    I’d read your book! I want to know what shop she’s in and why it’s dimly lit.

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  3. My first line is from Crossfire by Lynette Eason:
    FBI Special Agent Julianna Jameson glanced at the alert on her phone. “Hostage situation in progress.” she murmured, reading the text aloud.
    Happy reading!

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