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PostPosted: Wed Dec 31, 2008 8:00 pm 
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I haven't seen this posted in a while and I know I always enjoy this post.

First line:

<b>When I was five years old, my mum sold me.</b>

From Between the Devil and Desire by Lorraine Heath.

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This wasn't just another DVD; this was life or death.


From: It Happened One Knife by Jeffrey Cohen (A Double Feature Mystery cozy)

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"On a cold winter's day nearly a hundred years gone past, a curse was born...."

From Highlander Unchained, by Monica McCarty, the third in her trilogy.

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<i>The building was on fire, and it wasn't my fault.</i>

<b>Blood Rites</b> by Jim Butcher. It's part of his <i>Dresden Files</i> series.


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The cougar was going to turn. Murder Game by Christine Feehan.


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PROLOGUE

Dear Diary,

Families suck. Why can't I have a regular mom and dad?

_Cutting Loose_ by Susan Andersen


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"When I was a small boy I had a terrible dream."

Vittorio the Vampire , Anne Rice


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"Out of a cloudless sky on a windless November day came a sudden shadow that swooped across the bright aqua Corvette."

Tick Tock by Dean Koontz


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Her baby wouldn't stop crying.

Kiss of Midnight by Lara Adrian.

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The Guardian Keys have protected Earth since the beginning of time.

The Demon King and I - Candace Havens


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Sabrina Russo got only a few seconds' warning before disaster struck. - the Duke's New Year Resolution- Merline Lovelace,SD 1913, 12/08 Gail

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"What do you mean the chicken is still alive?"

The Thing About Men by Elizabeth Bevarly


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"Will Scarlet hated trees. Any trees.

Woods. Holts. And Sherwood Forest, most of anything."

WHAT A SCOUNDREL WANTS by Carrie Lofty

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PROLOGUE

Sipping a cup of freshly brewd Colombian blend, Peter Winter sat on the couch in his spacious family room, inserted the DVD into his computer, and then waited for the slide show to appear on his fifty-two-inch flat-scren TV.

Cruel Intent by J.A. Jance.


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I love shoes.

Alibi in High Heels by Gemma Halliday

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Well there went one of my New Year's resolutions. As soon as I read Danielle's post, I went over to Barnes & Noble and ordered it. With an opening like that, how could it not be good?

Mornings can be murder, especially when they start with a broken cofeepot.

<b>A Suspicion of Strawberries</b> by Lynette Sowell

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There were some things money couldn't buy.

Heiress For Hire - Erin McCarthy

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I posted this last night....but alas...it was lost to the great internet graveyard.


All our attempts at subterfuge had been in vain.
Eclipse...Stephanie Meyer

So I finished that this morning....so here's the first line of my new book:

When she walked in, Sadie expected the sickening stench of ammonia that proclamed the outwardly tidy bungalow a candestine meth lab.
Devil May Ride ( A Ghost Dusters Mystery) by Wendy Roberts

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He had no right to make the phone call and he knew it. -

A Coral Kiss - Jayne Ann Krentz

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Mine must have gotten lost as well.

"It was a good night to die."
The Vampire Who Loved Me by Theresa Mederois

What a great line, huh?


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