#FIRST LINES FRIDAY SPOTLIGHTING Caught Dead in Wyoming series by Patricia McLinn


My First Lines come a from a book I am currently reading. It is from Caught Dead In Wyoming series. The protagonist is a TV journalist who is in Wyoming who is working out a network contract. The information is accurated and intriguing. The supporting characters are well flush out. I recommend the series highly. Reviews will follow shortly.




 My phone rang as I neared the doors to the KWMT-TV newsroom that Tuesday morning. I didn’t even check the number. That’s how good I felt despite the early hour. “E.M. Danniher, KWMT-TV’s ‘Helping Out!’ reporter.” Usually I answer with my name alone, but I was feeling chipper after surviving a long weekend of wild animals at Yellowstone Park — that was two-legged wild animals. The four-legged ones had been well-behaved.”

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4 Responses to #FIRST LINES FRIDAY SPOTLIGHTING Caught Dead in Wyoming series by Patricia McLinn

  1. Happy New Year!

    My first lines come from a book I’m reading now, The Marriage Bargain by Stephanie Dees….

    Cameron Quinn looked around the tiny town of Red Hill Springs. Big pots of pansies, twinkle lights in the trees lining the streets……apparently the basketball team at the local high school was doing well this year–the storefronts were full of team spirit. It had charm, he guessed, if you were a person who liked that down-home kind of stuff.

    He wasn’t.

    Have an awesome weekend and happy reading!😊💕

  2. carhicks says:

    Glad to see you are enjoying this series Betty.

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