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Sunday Sentence: Late Harvest Havoc, by Alaux and Balen

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Late Harvest Havoc,
by
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FRIDAY 56 (January 29)

Friday 56Rules:
*Grab a book, any book.
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*Find any sentence, (or a few, just don’t spoil it) that grabs you.
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Late Harvest Havoc

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Loewenberg himself drank only his honey-scented and delightfully sweet Goldtröpfchen, except on certain special occasions. According to some, he was the richest man in Piesport. Benjamin thought this could be true. But the man’s production was minor in relation to his ambitions. He had set his sights on Saint Émilion.

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First Chapter First Paragraph — Late Harvest Havoc

first paragraphEvery Tuesday,
Diane at Bibliophile by the Sea
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 Late Harvest Havoc

Late Harvest Havoc

(mystery)

Release date: December 15, 2015
at Le French Book

169  pages

ISBN: 9781939474599

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In just minutes, death would strike again.
The wax-colored skeleton, brandishing a heavy scythe in his left hand, would hit the bronze carillon with the ivory femur in his other hand: one clean hard stroke for each hour that had passed.

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