Review of SEEING RED

SEEING RED Sandra Brown August 2017 Grand Central Publishing SEEING RED by Sandra Brown is an intriguing story about redemption and second chances intertwined within a “who done it” mystery. The complexity of the plot originates with the lies and deceit. The saying that fate plays a role in everyday life where someone can be at the wrong place at the wrong time is the starting point for this novel. Twenty-five years ago a bombing at the Dallas Hotel, the Pegasus, leaves 98 dead and 197 wounded. An iconic photo was taken of Major Franklin Trapper rescuing a little five-year-old girl from the building’s ruins. Although he was never the...

Brown, Child, Deaver Ignatius and Slaughter appear on Face The Nation Jul07

Brown, Child, Deaver Ignatius and Slaughter appear...

On Sunday, crime authors Sandra Brown, Lee Child, Jeffery Deaver, David Ignatius and Karin Slaughter stopped by FACE THE NATION to talk about their latest works as well as suggested summer reads.