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Every Tuesday Diane from Bibliophile By the Sea First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros, where participants share the first paragraph (or a few) of a book they are reading or thinking about reading soon. It is also where I share my first impressions about the book I am sharing.
YOUNG GIRL WANTED - GOOD WAGE. Well-to-do man seeking a housekeeper who is matrimonially minded. Room and board offered. Reply to box-holder 4827.
I handed the newspaper back to Mrs. Headison. "I suppose you replied to the box-holder?"
She nodded briskly. "I did, posing as a girl who had just come to town from Buffalo, with experience not in housekeeping, but in dancing, and with aspirations for the stage. We can all imagine what he must have made of that."
Every Tuesday, Jenn from Books And A Beat hosts Teaser Tuesdays at which time participants grab their current read, open to a random page, and share two (2) "teaser" sentences from that page while avoiding any spoilers.
Teaser from 20% of Lady Cop Makes Trouble:
"What I was trying to say," I nearly shouted, making them both take a step back, "was that I let an inmate escape tonight."
"You didn't!" Fleurette gasped.
"Of course she didn't." Norma said.
What do you think? Would you keep reading?
I just barely started reading Lady Cop Makes Trouble by Amy Stewart, the second in the Kopp Sisters series, based on the life of one of the first female sheriff deputies in the United States. I enjoyed the first in the series, Girl Waits With Gun, quite a bit and am looking forward to reading more of Lady Cop Makes Trouble, in the coming days.
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First of all, I love the title! Second of all, that cover is amazing! And thirdly, great teaser! I think it sounds totally worth checking out! Thanks for highlighting this!ReplyDelete
Cyn - I really like the cover too and title too. :-) I hope you do give this one a try! Thanks for visiting!Delete
I like both the opening paragraph and the teaser. I tell myself to hold back on one more series, but this one really does appeal to me.ReplyDelete
Margot - I have a soft spot for series. I am in the middle of way too many. Thanks for dropping by, Margot!Delete
I would definitely keep reading. This is going on my wish list.ReplyDelete
Mine is here: http://www.aliceaudrey.com/?p=14428
Alice Audrey - I hope you enjoy this one if you do read it! Thanks for visiting!Delete
Thanks for sharing, it looks interesting. Here's mine: http://earthianhivemind.net/2016/10/04/teaser-tuesday-october-4/ReplyDelete
Stephen - I hope to spend more time reading it soon. I especially like that it's based on real life people. Thanks for visiting!Delete
This is a new to me series and title, but I love the general premise of it that you've shared. I'd continue having read the extracts. I hope you enjoy!ReplyDelete
Jade - I am enjoying the series so far. The author takes some liberties with the Kopp sisters and their lives, but the books make for entertaining reading. Thanks for stopping by!Delete
Sounds like an interesting read! Especially the opening XDReplyDelete
Eustacia - The opening makes me wonder what they're up to. Sounds like a set up. :-) Thanks for visiting!Delete
This one sounds like fun:). Hope you continue to enjoy it - I do like a certain amount of mayhem with my murder mysteries. This is my offering -ReplyDelete
Sarah - Thank you! I hope so too. If this book is anything like the last in the series, there will be plenty of mayhem. :-) Thanks for visiting, Sarah!Delete
Sounds like an intriguing book!ReplyDelete
Mine this week from The Girl from the Sea: https://wp.me/p3Nz8P-Wu
PD - It is so far! Thanks for dropping by.Delete
I've heard good things about that series so I'd keep reading.ReplyDelete
Kathy - It's worth trying out if you get the chance! Thanks for stopping by, Kathy. :-)Delete
What a fun looking cover. Sounds like a good one too:)ReplyDelete
My TT from Putting On The Witch
Laura - It's definitely a cover that drew my attention! Thank you for visiting. :-)Delete
Hmm, whilst I'm not sure Lady Cop Makes Trouble appeals to me I do like the cover.ReplyDelete
Tracy - It is a pretty cool cover. :-) Thanks for visiting!Delete
I have been curious about this one, ever since I first glimpsed that cover. The excerpts reeled me in. Must read! Thanks for sharing, and here's mine: “COME AND FIND ME”ReplyDelete
Laurel-Rain - I hope to spend more time reading it soon. Such an interesting time period. Thanks for visiting!Delete
That cover and title are amazing! It looks so awesome! Here's mine: https://booksbeforebandaids.com/2016/10/04/teaser-tuesday-october-4/ReplyDelete
Sarah - I'm excited to finally be reading it. It's a fun series. :-) Thanks for visiting!Delete
Sounds good. I have been trying to decide if I want to read the first book. Right now, I do. My teaser this week comes from the latest Otherworld anthology - Otherworld Chills by Kelley Armstrong. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
Kathy - I think you might like it, Kathy! Thanks for visiting.Delete
I love both the title and the excerpt of this one! I think I may have to find out a bit more about this one. :)ReplyDelete
Jordan - I hope you will give it a try! Thanks for dropping by and commenting, Jordan.Delete
Love the titles and the covers. :)ReplyDelete
Jenclair - They are pretty awesome. :-) Thanks for visiting!Delete
I agree with Jordan I like the title and the intro. One to consider!ReplyDelete
Emma - I am enjoying it so far. :-) Thanks for dropping in!Delete
Lady Cop looks and sounds intriguing.ReplyDelete
Rae - It does, doesn't it? Thanks for visiting!Delete
I love the title and cover but, I think I'd need to read more before deciding.ReplyDelete
Diane - I'm enjoying the book so far!Delete
I'm curious about this one. I would keep reading. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Heather - I think you might like it!Delete
It's the opening paragraph that grabs me — I'd keep reading for sure. Here's my link for the opening and a teaser from The Forgotten Garden: http://wp.me/p4DMf0-1jvReplyDelete
Ms. M. - It's worth checking out if you get the chance!Delete
This is a new to me author and series. I would have to read a bit more to decide.ReplyDelete
Nise' - I enjoy it. It isn't quite like your typical mystery, but it's worth reading if you get the chance. I really like that it's based on a real life person.Delete
I'd keep reading. I'm dying to see why she let an inmate escape! There better have been a good reason! :PReplyDelete
Kate - I had hoped to read more than I was able to this weekend, but we had company. I am looking forward to seeing how it all turns out.Delete
The opening paragraph made me chuckle. Sounds like an interesting book all-around.ReplyDelete
Christy - This book is making me chuckle quite a bit, actually. :-)Delete
Can't wait to read this book. I loved her previous one and am hoping this one is just as good. The Kopp sisters were so much fun!ReplyDelete
Athira - I think you'll like this one too!Delete
I'm intrigued with this series. And I love their covers. :)ReplyDelete
Melody - The covers are great. And it's a fun series. :-)Delete
This sounds like a fun series, I like the title and cover. Enjoy :)ReplyDelete
Naida - It is a fun one!Delete
I would continue reading as I read the first and the promise for the second book was great. I too love the style of the covers.ReplyDelete
Charlie - I hope you do get a chance to read this one!Delete