Every Tuesday, I'll be posting the opening paragraph (maybe a few) of my current read. This week's pick:
" The police came for me in the middle of the night. Two officers: one tall and slope-shouldered, the other big-bellied. They walked into the Walmart where I worked, and after speaking to the shift supervisor, they came to my register and the tall one said, ' You're Elaine Volk, aren't you? We asked you a few questions once before, Remember? '
Of course I remembered. Questions about where I was on a certain morning in May. home asleep, I'd told them, and No, I didn't hear any shots. "
Would you give this book a try, based on the opening paragraph (s)? I feel like this one is going to be addictive. I loved a (2005) book from this author called: The Bright Forever.
Want to join in? Just grab the image, and share the first paragraph (s) of your current book.