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And I'll tell you now what really scares me. It's how, once I'd made up my mind to cover it up, how methodical I got about it. 


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  1. The book's cover grabbed me immediately, and I'm wondering if it's set in Montana or maybe Colorado. Your Teaser makes me wonder what he has done that requires a cover-up. Sounds like he's a good man since he seems to feel bad about it.
    My Tuesday post features A Weekend Getaway

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  2. A strong sounding teaser, sounds intriguing.

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  3. Interesting quote; cover what up?

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  4. That's quite a line! People who cover things up never think they'll get caught!

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  5. Such a gorgeous cover! You hooked me with that teaser. I wonder how far they go. Good one!

    Here's mine - http://fuonlyknew.com/2015/09/15/teaser-tuesdays-129-floral-depravity/

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  6. A criminal in the making? Intriguing.

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  7. I can see how that could be scary. Especially if you are very good at covering something up. Love the teaser you shared this week.

    Here's mine if you are interested: http://www.literaryfeline.com/2015/09/where-is-your-bookmark-09152015.html

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  8. Great teaser! Wonder what they are covering up.

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  9. I love the cover too. I guess I have a new book to read now. Thanks!

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  10. Interesting tease! Love the cover too.
    Trish - tales from trish

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