First Line Friday (week 377): Mayhem in Circulation

Posted January 18, 2024 by meezcarrie in clean, contemporary, cozy mystery, First Line Fridays, Leah Dobrinska, mystery/suspense / 12 Comments


Happy Friday & welcome to the First Line Friday link-up! I hope your week has been better than mine – I’ve been sick with a fever and cough since the weekend and while I’m feeling a little better at last I still get worn out really easily. I hope to catch up on overdue reviews over the next couple of days. Nevertheless, right now it’s time to grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line. Today I’m delighted to feature the first line of Mayhem in Circulation by Leah Dobrinska! I loved the first book in this series and hope to read this second book soon!


Mayhem in Circulation by Leah Dobrinska

and the first line of Mayhem in Circulation is…

“What do you think? Is he dead or just stunned?”


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12 responses to “First Line Friday (week 377): Mayhem in Circulation

  1. Perrianne Askew

    “I watched as fire devoured the house as if it were a living, breathing monster, ravenous for death and destruction.” Cold Threat by Nancy Mehl (prologue)

  2. Gloria A

    This book sounds interesting. I may have to check it out. I hope that you are better soon. Strep and flu b have been going through my grands and son. My first line is from Fatal Witness by Patricia Bradley.
    The back door slammed, and nine-year-old Danielle Bennett jumped.

  3. I have the first book in that series. I’d love to read it. If only I didn’t have so many other books calling my name. The quote for Mayhem in Circulation is a great beginning.

  4. He was numb, the wind-whipped snow driving icy shards into his exposed skin, the grip on his rifle weak.
    The Seamstress of Acadie by Laura Frantz
    I’m savoring this one – currently on chapter 36. May I just say, Will Blackburn cleans up well by this point. He may give Cassius a run for his money … 🤔

  5. Kay Garrett

    Prologue
    Laurel Hatcher trudged down the long hallway behind the prison guard, her pulse hammering.
    JUST CAUSE by Susan Page Davis

  6. Carol Wilson

    Antonina-and-Helena. That was how I remembered our names. Spoken in a single breath, always blended together. – The Warsaw Sisters, Amanda Barratt

  7. I just recently finished reading Choosing Love, by Leah Dobrinska and I loved it. I definitely want to read more of her books. Have a great weekend. 🙂

  8. Happy Saturday!

    I’m currently reading Sadie and the Bad Boy Billionaire by Emma St. Clair and Jenny Proctor. It’s super cute!
    “I don’t want to be impressed with Benedict’s boat. Yacht. I don’t want to be impressed with his yacht. But honestly, this thing is gorgeous.”
    I hope you have a great weekend full of fun reading time! 😊

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