Smash Cut

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Thorndike Press, 2009 - Fiction - 623 pages
20 Reviews
Hot on the heels of Smoke Screen, which debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list, Sandra Brown returns with a new novel full of her trademarks, shocking twists, breathless suspense, and sizzle. When a prominent Atlanta businessman is shot and killed during an armed robbery, it appears to be a situation of wrong place, wrong time. But his friend Julie Rutledge believes differently and sets out to prove that it was murder, orchestrated by the victim's nephew, Creighton Wheeler. Representing him is famed defense lawyer Derek Mitchell, who soon realizes that his client is as depraved as Julie claims.

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Review: Smash Cut (Mitchell & Associates #1)

User Review  - Oana - Goodreads

Another gripping tale, with a twist I could have never seen coming, brought by the same absolute master of the romantic-suspense genre, making me happy since 1995. God, I love this lady! Though I didn ... Read full review

Review: Smash Cut (Mitchell & Associates #1)

User Review  - Diane - Goodreads

Light, easy read. Some ridiculous plot twists at the end, which frankly didn't enhance the book at all. It was like Brown just thought, "Almost done, better throw in a plot twist!" and I was left ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Sandra Brown began her writing career in 1980. After selling her first book, she wrote a succession of romance novels under several pseudonyms, most of which remain in print. She has become one of the country's most popular novelists, earning the notice of Hollywood and of the critics. Forty of her books have appeared on the New York Times bestseller list. There are fifty million copies of her books in print, and her work has been translated into twenty-nine languages. Prior to writing, she worked in commercial television as an on-air personality for PM Magazine and local news in Dallas. The parents of two, she and her husband now divide their time between homes in Texas and South Carolina.

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