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What Are You Reading Wednesday #60: For Whom the Bread Rolls

whatareyoureadingwedWhat Are You Reading Wednesdays #WAYRW is a weekly feature on It’s A Reading Thing. It’s fairly straight forward. Just answer a few simple questions about the book you are currently reading and the post it. If you use the image above, please make sure you link it back to It’s A Reading Thing.

How to participate:
Grab the book you are currently reading and answer three questions:

1. What’s the name of your current read?

For Whom the Bread Rolls by Sarah Fox

2. Go to page 34 in your book or 34% in your eBook and share a couple of sentences.

“I certainly did.”

“Did you report it to the sheriff?”

“No, I didn’t.  The prowler took off as soon as he saw me, so I didn’t think there much point.  But now that Ida’s been killed, I suppose it would be a good idea for me to let the authorities know.”

“I think that would be for the best,” I agreed.

“I’ll get in touch with the sheriff’s department first thing in the morning.  Do you think the prowler could have been Ida’s killer?”

“It’s possible,” I said. “At the very least, it’s a bit suspicious that someone was hanging around her property the night before her death.”

3. Would you like to live in the world that exists within your book? Why or why not?

It’s been awhile since I read the first book in this series.  However, as I briefly looked back at my review, I was easily overcome with memories of a small town full of quirky, troublesome characters.  I’m not a fan of finding dead bodies and I feel that towns in these books have too high of a death toll for my liking.  But I’m curious to see what kind of trouble Marley finds herself in this time!

About Kristine

As an aspiring author, avid bookworm, fitness fanatic and dedicated mother, there just aren't enough hours in the day. I write or post about things I'm passionate about and spend my time trying to make the most of every day. Life may be a tough journey, but I have my ruby red slippers and am content on skipping along this yellow brick road until the end of the line.

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