A book review from a Nelson bookshelf

Nelson's Packrat Annie's reviews Lethal by Sandra Brown.

Kristy Chapman from Nelson's Packrat Annies reviews Lethal by Sandra Brown.

Sandra Brown is an author that I really enjoy reading. She writes a lot of books so there is a nice selection to choose from. Her latest book is called Lethal.

Brown is a suspense novelist , but in a real easy to read way. Her books always keep me intrigued without being too gruesome.

Lethal is about a woman who ends up on the run with a man accused of murdering a bunch of people and to make it a little scary she has her small daughter with her.

Being a parent myself, I don’t usually like anything that makes it seem like something bad might happen to a child and that is just what I like about these books, you know that it will be okay. Brown’s books always keep me wanting to come back and read more and wish it wasn’t done when I finish.

They are an ideal read for just about anytime and anywhere. Perfect for an airplane, bathtub or just curled up on a comfy chair. I am always on the lookout for when her next book is coming out, so hopefully I can tempt a few of you readers out there to come on in and check out a Sandra Brown novel or two.

-Kristy Chapman, Packrat Annie’s

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