But I'm not here to whine. I'm here to tease you with a couple of excerpts from The Edge of Dreams by Rhys Bowen.
This is the newest in her Molly Murphy series set in early 1900's New York City. It actually comes out on Tuesday, but thanks to an ARC, I've actually read the book. Come back on Tuesday to see what I thought of it. (Here's a clue - I love this series.)
For today, here's how it begins:
"Don't open your eyes until I tell you." - His hand gripped my forearm as he half-lifted, half-dragged me down from the hansom cab.
Page 56 doesn't give me too much to work with since it is the ending of a chapter. But there are several great lines on it. I decided to go with this one:
Daniel took the papers from me and examined them, frowning. "That's an acute observation, Molly. But if there was one murder he couldn't commit, how would we ever find out about it?"
That's a good question, wouldn't you agree?
As I said, come back on Tuesday to read my full review. In the mean time, have a great weekend.