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By: Sandra Brown
Publisher: Grand Central
Publication Date: 8/15/2017
My Rating: 4 Stars
From the queen of romantic suspense, Sandra Brown returns following, (2016) Sting, (2015) Friction, making my 2015 Top 50 Books, and (2014) Mean Streak with “prime” movie-worthy SEEING RED.
From the Pegasus Hotel in downtown Dallas, a 1992 historic event killing hundreds twenty-five years ago, to the present.
Kerra Bailey is a hungry TV journalist. She wants an interview with the legendary Major Franklin Trapper.
After all, he was a hero of the bombing of the Hotel. The 25th Anniversary of the event, Kerra is determined to land the story.
The Major became a national hero after an award-winning picture was captured of him rescuing a group of people, including an innocent 5-year-old little girl, in the aftermath of a hotel bombing.
Kerra’s life was spared. She was the little girl which is now revealed. Why is he a recluse now, after being famous for so long? Why problems between father and son?
Everyone has secrets and motives . . .
She must go through his estranged son, former ATF agent John Trapper. John wants no part of the Major.
What were the motives behind Major's heroism?
Enter a tension-filled relationship between John and Kerra. (of course, who does romantic tension) better than Brown?
Will Kerra (beautiful and savvy) and Trapper (rough, hot, sexy) wind up joining forces and risk their lives in order to expose a conspiracy and uncover the murderer of Major Trapper?
From tension, murder, conspiracy, crimes, danger, betrayal, deceit, and lots of sizzle –Brown delivers another edgy twisty mystery suspense thriller, combined with hot romantic suspense and humor.
SEEING RED will continue to keep Brown fans satisfied and longing for a movie. We can only imagine the cast of stars playing out on the big screen. I also purchased the audiobook narrated by Victor Slezak for an entertaining performance.
A special thank you to Grand Central and NetGalley for an early reading copy.