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First-Line Friday #236

The Last Way Home

Prince Edward Island Shores #2

by Liz Johnson

Eli Ross had a black eye, a fractured wrist, and nothing else to his name. It was not the way he’d planned to come home.


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10 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #236”

  1. “The little old lady gripped the handles of her simmer frame, hung her walking stick next to the shopping basket and did her best to look assertive. After all, a woman of seventy-nine about to commit her first bank robbery needed to project an air of authority.” ~THE LITTLE OLD LADY WHO BROKE ALL THE RULES by Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg (I just started reading this for my book group at our library and it’s a fun read from a Swedish author.)

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