Tuesday’s Teaser – Let The Dead Speak


Welcome to this week’s Teaser Tuesday!

The rules are simple:

  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share one or two sentences from that page
  • Avoid spoilers – Pick a sentence that doesn’t give too much away

Today’s teaser comes from Let The Dead Speak by Jane Casey. This teaser comes from very early on in the book when Maeve Kerrigan first arrives at the crime scene. I started reading this on Monday morning, I’ve not read any of the others in this series but I’m really enjoying this one so far.

“I sat in the car, not moving. The rain danced across the empty street in front of me. It was unusual for it to be so quiet at a crime scene. Murder always attracted crowds, but the rain was better at dispersing them than any uniformed officer. The journalists were hanging back too, sitting in their cars like me, waiting for something to happen. Walking across the road would count as something happening, so I stayed where I was. The less attention I attracted, the happier I was.”

Does this sound like something you’d want to read? Share a teaser from your own current read leave me a comment below!



  1. Already read it, and you’re in for a treat! Enjoy! 😀

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    1. Literally just finished it! Loved it – going to have to read the others now!

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      1. Then you’re in for even more of a treat! 😀

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  2. […] reading Let The Dead Speak by Jane Casey – You can check out a few sentences from my Teaser Tuesday […]


  3. Yvo

    Great teaser! I’m glad you enjoyed this one. 🙂

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  4. […] for Colleen Coleman’s debut novel Don’t Stop Me Now and also posted a teaser from Let The Dead Speak On Wednesday I posted about some of the books I’ve been reading, and what I’m […]


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