First Line Friday – 20 January 2017 – Another Day, Another Dali

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It’s First Line Friday time again!  I crossed another book off my TBR mountain this week:  Another Day, Another Dali,* by Sandra Orchard.  If you love suspense with a dash of romance, a pinch of dry humour, and a handful of quirky characters, then you really should check this series out.

I tore my gaze from the porch that wrapped around the drug dealer’s house and cringed at the number on my phone’s display.
Mom said there’d be days like this.

Now it’s your turn.  Pick up the book nearest you (or the book you’re currently reading) and let me know what your first line is.  Then hop on over and visit my First Line Friday buddies and share with them, too!

Carrie – Reading is my SuperPower

Beth – Faithfully Bookish

Rachel – Bookworm Mama

Heather – Encouraging Words from the Tea Queen

Sydney – The Singing Librarian

Andi – Radiant Light

Sarah – All the Book Blog Names are Taken

Robin – Robin’s Nest

If you’d like to join the First Line Friday fun, send Carrie a message!

Happy reading 😊

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14 Responses to First Line Friday – 20 January 2017 – Another Day, Another Dali

  1. I’m skipping around in my book here. This is the first line from Chapter 23 of “Jane Eyre,” by Charlotte Bronte. “A splendid Midsummer shone over England: skies so pure, suns so radiant as were then seen in long succession, seldom favour even singly, our wave girt land.” Jane Eyre is one of my all time favorite classics. 🙂

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  2. carylkane says:

    It was a terrible night to die. Tangled Webs by Irene Hannon

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  3. Heather says:

    My first line for the week is:

    A Spy’s Devotion by Melanie Dickerson

    April 1811. London, England.

    “Mr. Nicholas Langdon wasn’t supposed to be here. Miss Julia Grey blinked, but he was still standing across the room from where she sat at the pianoforte.”

    Happy reading and happy Friday!

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  4. margueriteg2016 says:

    The whispers filled all her silence. Forest Child by Heather Day Gilbert

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  5. margueriteg2016 says:

    her silences. (oops)

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  6. Rachel Dixon says:

    “Carrington felt as though she’d collided with a moving train.” – The Choosing by Rachelle Dekker LOVING it! Happy Friday!

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  7. Beth Erin says:

    What a weekend!!! Better late than never 😉

    Huge hands ripped at Cole Sanders’ shirt and ripped him away from Audrey Vaughn’s embrace.

    Tackling the Fields by Janet W. Ferguson

    Btw, your title font is absolutely lovely!

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  8. singinglibrarian2015 says:

    May 1813

    ​Was this the night she would actually die of tedium, triviality, and hypocrisy?

    ~A Viscount’s Proposal by Melanie Dickerson

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