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"Pssst, Frank."
"What the...? What are you doing here?"
"Frank, I need to talk to you."
"Why?"
"I'm concerned for your safety," Nick said.
"Huh? You're concerned for me?" Frank asked.
"Yeah, Frank. We gotta talk. Sit down." Nick pulled up a wheeled stool for himself and pushed one across the room to Frank.

Comments

  1. Looks good...thanks.

    Here is my teaser from MURDER TAKES TIME by Giacomo Giammatteo. It was GOOD...just finished it yesterday.

    http://silversolara.blogspot.com/2012/09/teaser-tuesday-925.html

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  2. ooo that sounds interesting! Here's ours: http://refractedlightreviews.com/?p=10232

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  3. What do they need to talk about? And where are they? Interesting. Here is my TT http://newpaperadventures.blogspot.com/2012/09/teaser-tuesday-92512.html

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  4. I like this dialogue. It sounds exactly the way people really talk. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I always enjoy your feedback.
    SANDY'S BLOG

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  5. Why does the title of this book sound so familiar? Might have to go get distracted on Google now. :)
    Here’s mine: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/15953127-the-athena-effect
    Also? Giving away a copy of this book plus a very cool necklace!

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  6. I definitely want to know more!

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  7. I haven't heard of this one. But this teaser has certainly made me curious. I need to check it out.

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  8. Hmmm, colour me intrigued! ;)
    Nice tease! This sounds like a lot of fun!!
    Thanks for stopping by My TT!

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  9. Interesting teaser! I need to find out more about this one.

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