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First Line Fridays – Bomb Pop Threat

Happy Friday, dear readers! This weekend is Independence Day in the United States, and I know this past Wednesday was Canada Day for our neighbors up north. In celebration of these two holidays – and because how can you not love this cover? – I’m featuring the newest Crime a la Mode Mystery from Christy Barritt!

Bomb Pop Threat by Christy Barritt

Bomb Pop Threat

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First Line:


“Mommy, Bomb Pops are my favorite!” The six-year-old girl licked her Popsicle and grinned as she stood on the side of the gravel road with her parents.”


 

Bomb Pops are my fave popsicle too! What about y’all? What icy treat do you love in the summer?

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4 thoughts on “First Line Fridays – Bomb Pop Threat

  1. My first line this week is from an Appalachian Summer by Ann Gabhart:
    May 20, 1933
    Piper Danson’s cheeks hurt from smiling for what seemed like hours with no relief in sight.
    Excellent book as always from Ann.

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  2. Happy Friday!
    Today on my blog, I’m sharing the first couple of lines from Molly by Sarah Monzon: https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2020/07/03/first-line-friday-142/. I’m currently on chapter 6, so I will share from there.
    “An eighty-hour work week — that’s all the hospital was allowed to work the interns and residents per the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. But when I’d gently reminded Dr. Feinburg of that fact after he’d assigned me to continue care for the patient admitted earlier, I’d been loudly and matter-of-factly put in my place.”
    Hope you have a great weekend filled with family fun and relaxing reading time. 😀❤📚

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