One line? Just one line from the work in progress to tell what the book is about?
There is this one:
Buffy couldn’t help but start her own investigation. This young, upstart FBI agent would, undoubtedly, take the lead and botch the whole thing one way or another. But this man’s family deserved justice, and she couldn’t allow them not to receive it.
This one helps by giving us an insight into our main character's emotional state during the book...
Nothing had gone according to plan that day, and she had no one to talk to about it. Porter, her confidant, was gone. Even if she did talk to him, she would only be talking to a pile of ash. She grabbed his pillow, which still smelled strongly of his shampoo. She thanked God that she had been too busy during Porter’s Annual Training to wash the bedding as she had intended and cried herself to sleep.
But, I guess we'll officially go with the dramatic, "duh-duh-DUUUUHHH" line (okay, two paragraphs).
"Our John Doe was killed by VX — the same chemical agent that the Army was supposed to destroy years ago. I do not know how. I do not know where he came in contact with it. I do not know who could have gotten their hands on a supply. I do not know if this VX even came from Umatilla, or if it was cooked up in someone’s home lab. But, Buffy. This is bad. This is very bad. If there is more out there…”
So, I'm supposed to write something about myself. Well, I am a Christ-follower, first and foremost; then a wife, now of 14 years; then a mom to a very busy almost-10-year-old; and then a writer. All of that, unfortunately, means my writing sometimes gets pushed to the back burner.
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