Seeing Red

Seeing Red

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TV journalist Kerra Bailey wants to interview Maj. Franklin Trapper, who became a hero when he led survivors to safety during the unsolved 1992 Pegasus Hotel bombing in Dallas, which killed 197 people, and who has since dropped out of public view. Kerra hopes to get the major's estranged son, John, a former ATF agent, to help arrange a meeting, but he's rude and uncooperative. She eventually succeeds in setting up an interview at the major's home, but shortly beforehand, Franklin is fatally shot and Kerra barely manages to escape the two killers. While Sheriff Glenn Addison and the Texas Rangers search for clues, Kerra and John alternate between attraction and distrust as they desperately try to discover the who and the why behind the shooting.
Publisher: New York, NY : Grand Central Publishing, Hachette Book Group, 2017
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781455572106
Branch Call Number: BROWN
Characteristics: 421 pages ; 24 cm


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Jul 14, 2018

I enjoy Sandra Brown books a lot. This one kept my attention and kept me guessing throughout. There were a few surprises that I didn't see coming, some I did. However, I didn't really like the two main characters. The man was too over-the-top macho, the stereotypical hero who is brash on the outside but has a soft spot or two. The woman was also stereotypical, the persistent but innocent woman who finds herself in grave danger. Their relationship is also predictable. Regardless, I enjoyed the story line very much and really liked the surprises towards the end.

Apr 26, 2018

Sandra Brown writes books that are page turners until you get to the end. This book is no different. I had a hard time putting it down. When Kerra Bailey was a little girl she was carried out of a building in the Major Franklin Trapper. The building had been bombed and he managed to save a few people. His son, John Trapper, a former FBI agent could not let this case go. He quit the FBI before he was fired. When Kerra came to him and asked him to help her meet the Major. She wanted to do a special on TV and let the world know that she was the little girl in the picture being carried by the Major. After doing the special, someone tried to kill the Major and her. John could not let this go and set out to prove who did the bombing and killings. This was a very good book from beginning to end.

Mar 02, 2018

Another exciting Sandra Brown novel. She just keeps repeating.

Feb 13, 2018

I have always enjoyed work by this author, and this one did not disappoint! I loved the development regarding the relationship between father and son. All in all, a very good read.

Nov 29, 2017

I really like the story. First time reading from this author and will not be my last. Great story with Father and Son.

Oct 24, 2017

Thought it was a great book, but, I think all her books are good. Looking forward toher next one!!

Oct 14, 2017

Rather disappointing. Book only comes alive the last few chapters. Should give it a miss but if you are Sandra Brown'fan then ......

Oct 01, 2017

AWESOME!! Sandra Brown has a way of drawing you in to whatever plot is unfolding. From the very beginning I couldn't put it down. I was on the edge of my chair with anticipation, wondering who the villain was. Very suspenseful with a surprise ending I was not expecting!

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