Jessie, in NH watching the
We love a good opening line both in novels and here on the blog. And, we love it when readers add their own!
Sherry: Samantha had come to realize that killing was the easy part. It was getting away with it that took planning.
Jessie: Now was his chance, while her back was turned and her attention lay on something below and not on the danger closing in from behind.
Edith/Maddie: I watched him uncover the body, one leaf at a time. He glanced up, looking grim. When he saw my pistol, I watched him dive for the leaves. I didn’t stay to watch him die.
Liz: I come here every day because it’s true what they say about returning to the scene of the crime. If only the unsuspecting neighbors knew what was beneath this bridge, in this serene spot they walked over every day.
Barb: I would have thrown myself off the bridge, but I figured I’d only break a leg. Instead, I stood in contemplation of my many sins, most of them recent.
Julie: Six feet, tops. Well, that won’t work.
Readers: Add your opening line!