Today's "First Lines" and "56" are from:
(I'm still reading this book but I'll give you new lines!)
Jersey City, New Jersey
Dr. Rosalind Werner adjusted a dial on the microscope, and the tiny organisms beneath the glass slide zoomed into sharp clarity. Salmonella enterica, the bacteria that cause typhoid, was surprisingly pretty, its midnight-blue shade clustered into graceful, blooming colonies. Her mission in life was to figure out a way to kill it.
He hauled her into his arms and kissed her as though his life depended on it.
Q. Do you have more photos of books you saw in a bookstore or elsewhere or family photos on your phone? (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver's Reviews)
A. This is an easy question this week. Family photos wins out, hands down! I don't really take photos of books when I'm out. This year is a "Read from my TBR Shelf" for me so I'm trying to avoid the bookstores, etc.
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