First sentences from new books, April 6
Whenever I arrive in San Diego, the first thing I want to do is leave.
Mother Daughter Me: A Memoir,
now in paperback, by Katie Hafner
Pop and Uncle Elroy smoke the strangest cigarettes Ive ever smelled.
Team Seven, a novel by Marcus Burke
It was a wet February in Pittsburgh, spring, early and without warning, and twice in one week UFOs had been spotted hovering over Mount Washington.
The Bend of the World,
a novel by Jacob Bacharach
Take my word for it, burning your wedding pictures in a bonfire in your front yard, then handing over your wedding dress to a snaggle-toothed felon, can take your mind off your man troubles.
Bootstrapper: Broke to Badass
on a Northern Michigan Farm,
now in paperback, by Mardi Jo Link