Every Tuesday, Diane @ Bibliophile by the Sea
posts the opening paragraph (maybe two) of a book
she decided to read based on the opening paragraph (s).
Feel free to grab the banner and play along!
My Tuesday Intro pick is The Likeness by Tana French. I loved both Broken Harbor and In the Woods, so jumping into this one was a no-brainer!!
Some nights if I'm sleeping on my own, I still dream about Whitehorn House. In the dream it's always spring, cool fine light with a late-afternoon haze. I climb the worn stone steps and knock on the door--that great brass knocker, going black with age and heavy enough to startle you every time--and an old woman with an apron and a deft, uncompromising face lets me in. Then she hangs the big rusted key back on her belt and walks away down the drive, under the falling cherry blossom, and I close the door behind her.
Would you continue reading this one
based on the opening paragraph?