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First Line Friday – The Red Canary

Happy Friday all, and happy Thanksgiving! We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving here in Australia, but I hope all our US readers have managed to find ways to celebrate and give thanks in this strange year that has been 2020. I mean, if nothing else, we still have books, right? 😉

Speaking of books, have you discovered historical romance author Rachel Scott McDaniel? Her new book released earlier this month, and I’m looking forward to reading it soon. Make sure you check it out!

The Red Canary

Rachel Scott McDaniel

AMAZON  |  GOODREADS


First Line

From that day on, death was in my song.” Vera’s voice quivered as she ended her nightly number.



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4 thoughts on “First Line Friday – The Red Canary

  1. Happy Friday! My first line is from “Only You” by Susan May Warren, and is free for subscribing to her website:

    “Her happy ending was out there, at the end of the beam of her headlamp, and if Ree kept running, surely she would find it.”

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  2. My first line is from TO STEAL A HEART by Jen Turano
    November 1886 New York City
    It was quickly becoming evident that she, Miss Gabriella Goodhue, might very well be arrested in the nit-too-distant future, and all because she’d convinced herself that sneaking into a high-society costume ball would be a relatively easy feat, given her past life as a street thief .

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