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February Last Sentence Thread

Second month of the new year and I've nothing pithy to say about it, so let's just dive in! My first last sentence is a short one.

Together.

From The Rancher's Baby, by Maisey Yates.

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Second month of the new year and I've nothing pithy to say about it, so let's just dive in! My first last sentence is a short one.

Together.

From The Rancher's Baby, by Maisey Yates.
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- Sizzling Sixteen by Janet Evanovich -
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" I know you can change the world, starting with yours, just by being brave."

Brave by Rose McGowan
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The book is The Sweater Letter by David Distel with Lynn Distel.
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glittered and shone on the river by William Moffatt's house in Mortlake Terrace.
From Death of an Elgin Marble by David Dickinson
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From Louise Penny Believes by Mobile Library (sic)
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I have been.
From Circling the Sun by Paula McLain
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From Still Life by Louise Penny
Two sentences because the last one doesn't really stand without the one before it!
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it turned and turned and advanced, and framed suddenly in great clarity and lovely simplicity, a creature dancing, dancing slowly, its collar studded with glass jewels, glingting darkly, dancing, dancing, the long, loose-limbed figure of a bear.
From On Canaan's Side by Sebastian Barry
This is pretty typical of the language and imagery that I loved in this novel!
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From A Matter of Trust by Robin Pilcher
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Part Time Cowboy, by Maisey Yates.
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particularly if you are hanging upside down.
From The Last Word by Ben Macintyre
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and through the ford towards the forest.
From The Crow Trap by Ann Cleeves
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- Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty -
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Stones from the River by Ursula Hegi.
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he needed and he had a hunger that would never be stilled. Last line of A Question of Blood....An Inspector Rebus Novel by Ian Rankin.
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have been pressing our luck. The book is Rescuing Jeffrey by Richard Galli.
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- The Death Factory by Greg Iles -
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From Dead Cold by Louise Penny,
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From PS From Paris by Marc Levy
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From The Summer Seaside Kitchen by Jenny Colgan
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- Winter Stroll by Elin Hilderbrand -
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From The Little Cottage on the Hill by Emma Davies
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The Silver Locomotive Mystery by Edward Marston.
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From Telling Tales by Ann Cleeves
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From The Postcard by Fern Britton
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and they sat in the sunshine in great contentment.
From August Folly by Angela Thirkell
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- Gift From The Sea by Anne Morrow Lindbergh -
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From Vortex Manor by Elaine Bamford
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in particular. The book is The Three Miss Magarets by Louise Schaffer.
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Granted by John David Anderson
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and as he did so he understood this, too: that accident ruled every corner of the universe except the chambers of the human heart.

Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson
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book exactly, at exactly the right time.

Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore, by Robin Sloan.
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the world covered in a blanket of crystals, and waited for the bus to arrive.

- First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen -
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From The Co-op's Got Bananas by Hunter Davies
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only waiting for the right moment to push their way through and burst into life.
From Spring on the Little Cornish Isles: The Flower Farm by Phillipa Ashley
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we're all just making it up as we go along.'
From Lucy's Little Village Book Club by Emma Davies

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