Welcome to First Line Friday!
Today I’m featuring
Mistaken Mountain Abduction by Shannon Redmon.
About the Book
Tracking a kidnapper
leads to a deadly pursuit
After her twin is abducted and mistaken for her, former army helicopter pilot Aggie Newton must move fast. She has to find her sister and figure out why’s she’s become a target—even if it means working with her ex. But Detective Bronson Young knows these criminals will do anything to stop their investigation. Can they dodge deadly attacks long enough to save Aggie’s sister and expose the kidnappers?
The First Line is …
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9 thoughts on “First Line Friday | Mistaken Mountain Abduction”
Sounds intriguing, happy reading!
Happy Friday! It sounds interesting. I hope you enjoy it. Have a great weekend!
I’m currently reading Tomorrow’s Lasting Joy by Naomi Rawlings. It’s really good!
“‘I’d like to make the Giffard case cold.’ Jonas set the file on the desk of his boss, Henry Moore, then stepped back so he didn’t get any dust from the trail on the shiny wood surface.”
I hope you have a great weekend. Happy reading!
That sounds good! Hope you have a great weekend, too!
Wow! That sounds exciting!
My first line today is from Dawn’s Untrodden Green by Carolyn Miller:
Wooler Northumberland 1812
Stapleton Court of Wooler had, in its day, oft been described as a monument to quiet pretention.
That sounds like a good read. I hope you enjoy!