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Dwellers in the Crucible | Margaret Wander Bonanno
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The decision was reached in the Inner Holy of the Summer Palace of the Praesidium.

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The Right Sort of Man | Allison Montclair
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Tillie climbed the stairs from the Bond Street Station out to Davies Street, blinking in the afternoon light.

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The Book Eaters | Sunyi Dean
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These days, Devon only bought three things from the shops: books, booze, and Sensitive Care skin cream.

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Breanne1 I have that pan in green and ❤️❤️ it. 😂 12h
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jlhammar
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“A crack echoed through the boreal landscape, a momentary chaos in the still afternoon air.”

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BookNAround I loved this book. It was completely outside my wheelhouse but it really resonated with me. 2d
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IndoorDame
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“During the long, long day of the of twenty-fourth of December, the children of Doctor Stahlbaum were not permitted to enter the parlor, much less the adjoining drawing-room.” #FirstLineFridays @ShyBookOwl

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rwmg
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"A STACCATO CLATTER – hobnailed sandals striking wet stone – echoed off the grimy brick walls of an unlit alley on the Viminal Hill up which two cloaked and hooded figures made their way at a brisk walk."

From the second novel in the ebook omnibus, "Rome's Executioner"

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Purpleness
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BookBelle84 My favourite of the Bridgertons! 1w
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AmandaBlaze
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“The carcass is splayed in the middle of the table.“
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WJCintron Great first line! 🙌😃 7d
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Soscha
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“It happened every spring in Fall River,
Massachusetts. Behind the curtained
windows of the stately house she shared
with her sister on French Street, Miss
Lizbeth Borden heard the children
skipping rope on the sidewalk, chanting
a rhyme to the once-popular tune of
"Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-De-Ay":
Lizzie Borden took an axe,
Gave her mother forty whacks.
When she saw what she had
done,
She gave her father forty-one.”

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Bookwomble
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"The autumn wastes are each day wilder:
Cold in the river the blue sky stirs."

- The Autumn Wastes, by Du Fu

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