Sunday, May 27, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

 Welcome back to Six Sentence Sunday. I'm beginning to like this. And I enjoy reading others' sentences too.

This is a little further into the story at the same accident scene. Mitchell's partner, Gladys Freeman, has realized she knows the victim (my heroine and Mitchell's high school love).

"... It’s the widow whose husband drove off that bridge a few months ago.” Gladys pointed toward Jenkins Bridge, the old wooden-covered overpass in the distance.
     An icy chill ran up his spine. Gladys moved aside, giving him full view of Katherine Delaney. She may be battered and bloody, but Mitchell could never forget her face, her high cheekbones, or the tiny, turned up nose. Shit.

AVAILABLE NOW @ Soul Mate Publishing: The Swan Cove Murders Coming June 6th: Secrets of Jenkins Bridge


  1. Oh wow, way to leave us hanging! Nice description of his reaction. Love your cover and title, too. :)

  2. I wonder what secrets this woman holds? Excited to read more!

  3. Ooh, intriguing six! More, please!