Seeing Red by best-selling author Sandra Brown is a suspenseful, tightly plotted thriller that pulled me in and kept me turning pages to see what would happen next. Kerra Bailey is a TV journalist determined to get a career-boosting interview with Major Franklin Trapper, who twenty-five years ago led a group of survivors from a bombed hotel and has been celebrated as an American hero ever since.
While the Major was once a public figure, he has shunned the media over the past three years and refuses to speak with her. She enlists the aid of his estranged son John to get the interview.
John, a former ATF agent, was fired for his relentless digging into the truth behind that long-ago bombing. He helps her get the interview and they develop a very steamy personal relationship. But the interview raises details from the past that the guilty will do anything to keep secret.
Seeing Red combines a fast-paced plot with interesting characters, and will keep you guessing until the end.
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