This week, I'm featuring a book I actually finished up on Wednesday, Snow White Red-Handed by Maia Chance. This is the first in the Fairy Tale Fatal Mysteries.
My review will be up next week, most likely on Tuesday, but here's a spoiler for you - I LOVED IT! Can't wait for the sequel in September.
Shall we get to the quotes? Here's how it begins:
Miss Ophelia Flax was neither a professional confidence trickster nor a lady's maid, but she'd played both on the stage. In desperate circumstances like these, that would have to do.
Since page 56 is the start of a new chapter and setting the scene for the action about to take place, I'm going to take the last couple of lines from page 55 instead.
She seesawed the case back between two antique iron-girded trunks.
There. She brushed off her hands. Inspector Schubert would never, ever find it.
That's it for this week. Have a wonderful weekend.
UPDATE: On a completely different topic, I was interviewed today over at Daniellaark. I hope you'll stop by and read it.