Grand Central, 2017 (2017)
Hardcover, CD, e-Book
Reviewed by Hilary Williamson
V journalist Kerra Bailey is part of the story she's pursuing in Sandra Brown's latest,
. Turns out that the national hero she desperately wants to interview, Major Franklin Trapper, is actually the man who saved her life twenty-five years before when a Dallas hotel was bombed.
hough the initial coverage was intense, Major Trapper has avoided the media for many years now. Since he won't take her calls, and a major anniversary of the bombing looms, Kerra decides to work her wiles on his estranged son, John Trapper, who used to be an ATF agent, before he broke with both the agency and his father over his suspicions about the bombing. Revealing her past does get her in the door. But, during her interview with the Major, they are attacked and the old man shot (Kerra escapes through a bathroom window).
erra ends up on the run from mysterious assassins, alongside John Trapper. And, though attraction sizzles between them, she's not at all sure that she can trust him. And he is very sure that she's keeping something back. As always with this author, there are misunderstandings to be resolved and betrayals to survive as Trapper and Kerra get to the bottom of not only the recent attack, but also the cold case bombing. And some of it strikes very close to home.
Sandra Brown thriller is always entertaining, as is the case with
, which is engaging and engrossing.
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