Interesting tease. I wonder if the camera's were pointed at him and if so, why?Here is my tease - http://fuonlyknew.com/2014/09/09/teaser-tuesdays-80-unbroken-ties-by-m-latimer-ridley/
Oh and why are they so interested? What has he done? Here is my TT http://cleopatralovesbooks.wordpress.com/2014/09/09/tuesday-teaser-september-9/
A case that he has as a lawyer.
No fun being in the spotlight! Mine this week is at http://wp.me/pZnGI-cB
No it's not.
Hi Mary Ann,When Byron remembers the courthouse steps painfully, I wonder if the press have found out something about him, which could cause him personal or professional harm, or if the strength of attention his case is attracting is going to do more harm than good. It doesn't sound as though on this occasion Byron relishes the attention.This probably isn't going to be my kind of book of choice, but thanks for sharing and I hope that you enjoy the story,Yvonne.
Thanks! for stopping, Yvonne.
Since I lived in Miami for quite a while, I'm sure I'd enjoy visiting the settings in this book. Luckily, I never experienced reporters and cameras on the courthouse steps!Here's the link to my Tuesday post: Retirement Can Be Murder.
That's a good thing.
For what? Was he in trouble or there for something or someone else?Good teaser!
A case he is working on, high profile.
Sounds like a great teaser!
I'm curious about his courthouse experiences. Thanks for sharing...and thanks for visiting my blog.
You Too, Laurel.
this sentence gave me the impression that he has some traumatizing experience. Great teaser! :)