I'm semi-unplugged for a few weeks, but as host of First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros, I will still be posting on Tuesdays the intros of a book I am reading or thinking about reading.
Feel free to join in by posting the opening paragraph (sometimes maybe a few ) of a book you decided to read based on the opening paragraph (s). Grab the banner and play along. I am actually listening to the audio of this one, but have the eGalley as well. (Holter Graham is a the audio reader and he is fantastic. It is an addictive read).
"FIRST I'LL TELL YOU ABOUT THE ROBBERY OUR PARENTS COMMITTED. Then about the murders which happened later. The robbery is the more important part, as it served to set my and my sister's lives on the courses they eventually followed. Nothing would make sense without that being told first.
Our parents were the least likely two people in the world to rob a bank. They weren't strange people, not obviously criminals. No one would have thought they were destined to end up like they did. They were just regular --although, that kind of thinking became null and void the moment they did rob a bank."
Would you read on?