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The Friday 56 (WITH ANNOUNCEMENT)


Welcome to Week 24 with me!
My family is currently moving residences from now until the beginning of May. So the post may be automatic at some point. If so, leave your post link in the comments, and I will visit when I can.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.


Rules:
*Grab a book, any book.
*Turn to page 56.
*Find any sentence that grabs you.
*Post it.
*Add your (url) post below in Linky.

It's that simple.


Face of Danger - Roxanne St. Claire

Page 56:

Her knees weakened at the thought of hidden cameras and secret microphones, the conversation being played into the back of that limo right this minute.

Comments

  1. Very intriguing, wonder what that's all about.

    Hope everything goes smoothly with the move!

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  2. Interesting 56! Good luck with the move!

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  3. Oo. Awesome 56!
    Thanks for letting us know and good luck on the move! :D

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  4. Hidden cameras... yikes! Thanks for posting and happy moving day. Please watch your back and no heavy lifting Freda. Gosh, I sound like your mother! lol Keep us posted.

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  5. may the move be uneventful but end with a victory dance ;-D

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  6. Good Luck with the move!

    Here's my Friday 56 from The Detective's Lover by Aliyah Burke:

    Something was wrong.
    Ian couldn’t put his finger on it, but something was definitely abnormal. Grabbing his Glock from its holster he carefully crept up the hallway to his living room.

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  7. Wonder what the conversation was about.

    Good luck with the move.

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  8. Good luck with your move!

    I'd be a little upset at the thought of hidden cameras and microphones too.

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  9. What an awful feeling. Poor gal.

    Great teaser.

    Thank you so much for your kind words *hugs*

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