His Delightful Lady Delia
by Grace Hitchcock
New York City, October 1883
Madre had lost her voice at last.
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3 thoughts on “First-Line Friday #250”
My first line this week is from The Blackout Bookclub by Amy Lynn Green:
Avis gripped the ladder as her husband climbed, a thick swath of black bunting draped over his shoulder.
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
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Thank you for sharing, Paula. I hope you’re enjoying the book. I’ve heard some good things about it.
I had a great Thanksgiving. Very low-key. How about you? Was it a good day?
This sounds like a good one! Hope you have a great week!