First Paragraph: Seeing Red

firstparagraphEvery Tuesday Diane at Bibliophile By the Sea shares the first paragraph of a book currently being read. Feel free to join the fun.

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I’m an old – uh, make that a long-time reader of Sandra Brown. I still remember some of her earlier, cheesy-yet-fun romance novels. I loved it when she veered over toward the thriller market. Seeing Red is a good combination of mystery, thriller, and romance. Here’s how it begins:

 

Prologue

“Did you think you were going to die?”

The Major pursed his lips with disapproval. “That question wasn’t on the list I approved.”

“Which is why I didn’t ask it while the cameras were rolling. But there’s no one here now but us. I’m asking off the record. Were you in fear of your life? Did dying cross your mind?”

“I didn’t stop to think about it.”

 

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9 Responses to First Paragraph: Seeing Red

  1. I have this book on Pippa, my Kindle…now I can’t wait to push it up on my list! Thanks for sharing, and for visiting my blog.

  2. Intriguing. I would continue reading I am curious to find out why he feared for his life.

  3. Oh yes that is a good opening – I like thrillers that involve the press, particularly when they ask those questions they are not supposed to.

  4. This opening really makes me want to know more. I’d have to read on!

  5. Emma says:

    I have this book to read and really need to get to it. It sounds good.

  6. Kathy Martin says:

    I’m also a long-time fan of Sandra Brown. I’ll have to add this one to my list. This week I am featuring a book I want to read again – Written in Red by Anne Bishop. Happy reading!

  7. I’d like to read this one. Sandra Brown doesn’t disappoint.

  8. Nise' says:

    Like you, I am a long time reader of Sandra Brown too and look forward to this book.

  9. Diane says:

    Yes, I’d read more – good author too.

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