First Line Friday | The Red Canary

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Welcome to First Line Friday! Today we’re looking at The Red Canary by Rachel Scott McDaniel.

May 29, 1928
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

From that day on, death was in my song.” Vera’s voice quivered as she ended her nightly number.

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9 thoughts on “First Line Friday | The Red Canary

  1. Loved The Red Canary!

    My first line is from an exceptional book: The Promised Land by Elizabeth Musser:
    “I have spent twenty years carefully stitching my family’s life together, so when it suddenly starts to unravel I find myself in a tangled knot of anxiety.”

  2. Happy Friday! My first line is from “Into the Darkness” by Margaret Daley:

    “Hot, humid – no, make that wet – air clung to her like a second skin.”

  3. Happy Friday! 😊
    I’m sharing from All is Mary and Bright by Kasey Stockton on my blog: I’m currently reading The Cul-de-sac War by Melissa Ferguson. I’m just starting chapter 4 so I’ll share from there.
    “Chip tried really, really hard to keep a smile from playing on his lips as Bree stomped out of the sleet and onto his concrete porch in tall black galoshes.”
    I hope you have a wonderful weekend. 🙂❤📚

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