FIRST LINES FRIDAY – WIFE OF MOON

THINK POSITIVE! HUGS!

I thought I ad read all of Margaret Coel’s books, but I don’t remember this one. I am plan ing on reading before too long.


PUBLISHER BERKLEY

DATE OF RELEASE SEPTEMBER 6, 2015

FIRST LINES

October 1907 

“THE THREE WARRIORS sat their ponies against a glass-blue sky broken only by the mare’s tail cloud stream streaming overhead. The October sun turned the wild grasses and underbrush gold and vermilion and sent tongues of fire leaping off the silver spheres that decorated the harnesses. As the warriors started down the slope, brown puffs of dust rose around them.”

GOODREADS SAYS

In Margaret Coel’s latest Wind River Reservation mystery, an atrocity from the past has resurfaced with a vengeance. 

Two murders-a century apart-are linked to photographs taken of the Arapahos on the reservation in 1907, currently on display at St. Francis’ Mission. As they begin their investigation, Father John O’Malley and Vicky Holden unearth secrets best left buried.


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4 Responses to FIRST LINES FRIDAY – WIFE OF MOON

  1. Happy Friday!😎
    My first lines come from a book I’m reading shortly, Living in Harmony by Mary Ellis.

    The rain’s finally stopped. We’re late. I’d better get you home before your father comes looking for us carrying his squirrel rifle—thunderstorm or no.”

    “qHmm,” replied Amy. John’s attempt at humor fell short of its mark.

    Have a relaxing weekend and happy reading!😊

  2. lghiggins says:

    Great descriptions in this first line.

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