First Line Friday | To Write a Wrong

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Welcome to First Line Friday!

Today I’m featuring

To Write a Wrong by Jen Turano.

Miss Daphne Beekman is a mystery writer by day, inquiry agent by night. Known for her ability to puzzle out plots, she happily works behind the scenes for the Bleecker Street Inquiry Agency, staying well away from danger. However, when Mr. Herman Henderson arrives on the doorstep of the agency, desperate for someone to investigate numerous attempts on his life, Daphne soon finds herself in the thick of a case she’s determined to solve.

Mr. Herman Henderson is also a mystery writer, but unlike the dashing heroes he pens, he prefers living a quiet life, determined to avoid the fate of his adventurous parents, who perished while searching for the Lost City of Gold.

As the list of suspects grows and sinister plots are directed at Daphne, the situation quickly deteriorates, and a revealed secret jeopardizes their newfound affection. Only time will tell if Daphne will be able to regain Herman’s trust and save both their lives.

From Goodreads

[Graphic Text]: March 1887 – New York City – There was not a shadow of a doubt left in Miss Daphne Beekman’s mind that her days as a successful novelist were numbered.

Now it’s your turn. Pull out the book beside you and tell us the first line.

6 thoughts on “First Line Friday | To Write a Wrong

  1. Happy Friday!
    I’m currently on chapter 26 of Crossed Lines by Jennifer Delamere, so I’ll share from there.
    “‘It’s a coach maker’s shop!’ Emma said in surprise, reading the sign painted over the door.”
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend! 🙂❤📚

  2. I am reading A Girls’ Guide to the Outback, it is hilarious. I have not gotten around to reading Jen Turano yet, although I have a lot of her books on my TBR list.

  3. To Write a Wrong was hilarious!
    My first line this week is from The Secret Keepers of Old Depot Grocery by Amanda Cox :
    Sarah nudged aside last night’s puddle of clothes with her bare foot, the exposed designer label sticking out a bit too much.

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