Friday, September 8, 2017

First Line Friday

Beyond A Doubt
A Rock Harbour Mystery #2
Colleen Coble
"Bitterness tore at Quentin Siller with the same ferocity as the cold wind that ripped at his jacket."
My review is here.

Now it’s your turn!

Grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line and then head over to see what First Lines these friends are sharing today:


If you would like to host First Line Fridays on your blog, contact
Carrie at Reading is my SuperPower,
Rachel @ BookwormMama, Beth @ FaithfullyBookish, or Sydney @SingingLibrarianBooks. 


Fiction Aficionado said...

Sounds chilly!

I’m featuring Nicole Deese’s new book, “A New Shade of Summer” on my blog this week, but I’ve FINALLY managed to get around to reading Susan May Warren’s “A Matter of Trust”, and I almost didn’t even want to put it down to do the First Line Friday rounds! But I’ve forced myself to share the first line:

“Gage Watson blamed the trouble on the bright, sunny day.”

Trisha said...

Great first line!
On my blog this week I'm sharing the first line from a book I just finished. The Case of the Clobbered Cad. It was a fun story to read.
I'll share here the first line from a book my son is currently reading.
Tree Tall and the Whiteskins by Shirlee Evans
"Tree Tall crept through the high dew-damp grass along the creek bank. It was early. The sun was not yet over the hill."

Caryl Kane said...

I love Colleen Coble!

Come to a turable mountain that tried us almost to death to git over it. -WILLIAM CALK, HIS JURNAL MARCH YE 25TH 1775 SATTERDAY

APRIL 1777

What cannot be cured must be endured. A Moonbow Night by Laura Frantz

englishmysteriesblog said...

I love this front cover! Happy Friday! :)

Becky said...

Happy Friday!!

My first line is from For Such a Moment by Marie Wells Coutu:

“Ellen Nielson scanned the large office, seeking a secret corner where she could escape.”

Unknown said...

I've only ever read two Coble books. I'll have to check this book out.

My quote comes from The Pursuit of Lady Harriet by Rachel Anderson. This is book #3 in series. I highly recommend all three novels!

"'How dreadful it would be to live on one's own permanently,' Lady Harriet Cavendish said to no one in particular as she walked through a thick grove of pines in Askern, Yorkshire."

JaneReads said...

I am not a fan of winter and the cold, but I just love this cover.