First Line Friday (week 384): Lethal Mountain Pursuit

Posted March 7, 2024 by meezcarrie in Christian, Christy Barritt, contemporary, First Line Fridays, mystery/suspense, romance / 11 Comments


Happy Friday & welcome to the First Line Friday link-up! 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 Lethal Mountain Pursuit by Christy Barritt. I consistently love her books and can’t wait to read this one, too – hopefully soon! The first line has me hooked!


Lethal Pursuit by Christy Barritt

and the first line of Lethal Mountain Pursuit is…

Natalie Pearson sat up straight in bed.


Hunted by a killer…

with a K-9 standing guard.

After witnessing several murders, Natalie Pearson narrowly dodges death but knows the killer is still out there—searching for her. And even her sister’s remote cabin in the Smoky Mountains can’t keep her safe. After fleeing into the woods, she runs into former detective Andrew Moore and his K-9. Trusting Andrew is Natalie’s only chance for survival, but together they must outwit a relentless villain…before they become his final victims.

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11 responses to “First Line Friday (week 384): Lethal Mountain Pursuit

  1. Kay Garrett

    I stopped my silver Highlander on the gravel driveway beside the farmhouse. I was surprised and pleased to see that the house seemed in better shape than I’d imagine it would be. Although I hadn’t been here since I was thirteen – almost twenty two years ago – I remembered it well. 

    DEADLY TO THE CORE by Joyce Tremel

  2. Judy Westmoreland

    It’s a strange thing living with the sensation that the world might at any moment fall down around your ears. London 4 October 1940

    Playing It Safe by Ashley Weaver. Electra McDonnell Series #3

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