There’s a whole slew of new releases coming this Tuesday. And even if you have to wait a little while to put the print copy on your bookshelf, the ebooks have immediate delivery to your favorite e-reader.
About the Book
When FBI agent Jack Shannon arrives in Corpus Christi, Texas, he is focused on one thing: find the man who has been selling encrypted government secrets to the Chinese through online birding chat rooms. But when a senator is shot during a hunting trip and the woman he was with is abducted, Jack agrees to join the search–especially when he discovers that the kidnapping victim is Aubrey Grayson, a woman he was once in love with.
As the search continues, it becomes clear the senator may not have been the intended victim–and Aubrey may be connected to the other case Jack is supposed to be working on. Can Jack untangle the knots before it’s too late? And when he learns the truth, will it be too painful to get past?
Join the hunt for the truth–and a traitor–in this tension-laden story of secrets, betrayal, and second chances.
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Now it’s your turn! Grab the book nearest you and drop the first line in the comments. Then head over to Hoarding Books and discover what others are sharing this week!
Paula Shreckhise says
My first line is from Silent Shadows by Natalie Walters:
Pecca Gallegos never thought she’d be turning down a marriage proposal—much less four of them.
Just finished this wonderful book!
Traitor’s Pawn was excellent!
Nicole Santana says
Ooooh! That’s a first line.
I’m sharing the first line from The Merchant’s Yield by Lorri Dudley: https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2020/03/27/first-line-friday-129/. I’m just starting the novel, so I will share another line from the book here today.
“Mama glanced at Lottie’s coiffure and sighed. ‘I wish you had used powder.'”
Hope you have an excellent day and a great weekend. ❤️
Becky Smith says
Happy Friday! My first line is from “Marry Me” by Autumn Macarthur:
“The intercom on the hospital room wall beeped, interrupting Melanie and Alia’s fast and furious clapping game and their storm of giggles.”
Happy Friday! I’m sharing from The Story Peddler by Lindsay A. Franklin today. Here is the first line from chapter 3:
“It wasn’t easy to open the front door of my cottage with a bread bowl of stew in my hands and a jug of milk under one arm. But I managed.”
BECCA WEIDEL says
Today on my blog I shared the first line from The Road to Paradise by Karen Barnett but right now I’m reading Labeling Lincoln by Stephenia H McGee so I’ll share the first line from chapter 2 here: George struggled to keep his composure as they led him deeper into the bowels of the prison.” Happy reading this weekend!