Sneak Off and Read: Lines with the topic, LAW #RSsos #RomSuspense

The Sisterhood of Suspense brings lines from their work each Sunday. This week’s theme- Law

Word by Word

#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines with the topic, LAW

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Rafe entered the law office. Like the Band-Aid analogy, the sooner he did this, the sooner he could work through the pain.

 Sharon Wray

“This is serious, young man. You broke the law. That’s very wrong. Should I call the police?” Ben shook his head. His finger inched to his eye where he pushed the corner to stave the threatening-to-flow tears.

Vicki Batman

“What kind of game are you playing, Detective? There ain’t no law that says I can’t go for a walk through a dad-blasted field, now is there?”

Jacquie Biggar

She clearly isn’t competent to make a decision about this child’s welfare and while everyone is arguing a point of law, his life is slipping away.

Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair

It didn’t…

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4 thoughts on “Sneak Off and Read: Lines with the topic, LAW #RSsos #RomSuspense

  1. Tee-hee! (kicks heels against chair) How fun, Jacquie. I absolutely love your bit from “Missing.”

    Okay… here’s one from “The Glowing Pigs, Snort Stories of Atonement, Tennessee.”
    Erm… sorry, it’s a bit more than a line…

    “What’s your hurry Sheriff?” I asked as he put the car back in gear.

    “I should have gotten out of here before sunset. I’ve sure as hell got to get as far away as possible before midnight,” he told me. “Tomorrow is National Pig Day!” he exclaimed, seeing my perplexed expression, but making no sense at all. “Those pigs! Never mind. I have to go. I’ll be back in a day,” Robin told me.

    The car went about twenty feet down the road, and then stopped again.

    “No matter what you do, stay out of your cemetery until after that Pig Day is over!” Robin yelled before speeding away.

    “Wha—” I began, but the question died on my lips as I watched the police car burn rubber and disappear around a curve.

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    1. National Pig Day, lol. Now you have me curious. What could the cemetery (and why did he say YOUR CEMETERY) have to do with National Pig Day?
      Good excerpt, Teagan!

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      1. In the “Atonement universe” when she got the old estate house, it had an old family cemetery with it. Much of “Atonement, Tennessee” takes place there. 🙂

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        1. Ah, that makes sense. I didn’t tie the two stories together. Forgive me, I’m still waking up, lol

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