Welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books.
If I tell you that I declared James Markert’s previous novel, The Angels’ Share, to be one of my favorite reads of 2017 then you won’t be too surprised that I am extremely excited to read his newly released post-World War I novel All Things Bright and Strange. Here is chapter one’s first line:
“1920 Bell Haven, South Carolina
It was as good a day to die as any.“
Isn’t that intriguing? Now, it’s your turn…