Sep 242018

Every Tuesday I host First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros sharing the first paragraph or two of a book that I’m reading or plan to read soon

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An Accidental Murder (The Yellow Cottage Vintage Mysteries #1)

An Accidental Murder by J. New

(The Yellow Cottage Vintage Mysteries #1)

Chapter One
It was a particularly chilly and damp Saturday afternoon in September, and I was taking a momentary break from the unpacking of boxes to have a quick sandwich and a cup of tea. I’d already laid and lit the log fire and now sat, sleepy and content, in an overstuffed armchair, watching the flames dance and flicker in the grate. An listening to the wind whistling down the chimney like and irate ghost.

  27 Responses to “First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros:
An Accidental Murder by J. New”

  1. What a cozy start to a mystery! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Lovely cover and beguiling beginning! I’d read more.

  3. Lovely cover, lovely writing – I could use a nice dose of that right now. I’m off to check the library’s list. Thanks Vicki.

  4. Sounds perfect for the time of year – I can almost see that fire!

  5. An inviting opening with a hint of something scary on the way perhaps. I like the look of this book.

  6. I love how descriptive this intro is, I feel like I’m in the room. I’d read more. Here’s my pick:

  7. This is definitely my kind of book. I’m going to add it to my list. Plus, a pretty cover.

  8. Sounds very nice. Guess we’d have to wait for the mystery part. Ha!

  9. I’ve been thinking I needed to start a new cozy mystery series. I might check this one out.

  10. I love the atmosphere created in the opening–I’m putting this book and series on my TBR list.

  11. It sounds wonderfully British!

    Hope you are enjoying your day!

  12. Oh I love the sound of this! I love the cover – very Agatha Christie vintage-y!

  13. Like this one. Very AC.

  14. […] I’m participating in First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros, hosted by Vicki at I’d Rather Be At The Beach, in which bloggers share a bit about a book […]

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