Special Agent Blair of the FBI has the numbing job of a bureaucrat and the soul of a cowboy. He is about to walk away from the safe world of paper-pushing to risk his life infiltrating an armed group of white supremacists called Wrath.
Lauren Miller, Gen-Xer, is an articulate, ironic, and unwaveringly liberal journalist investigating a bombing that Wrath supposedly masterminded. She is also determined to discover how people who have never met a Jew in their lives can be so obsessed with Jews as to want them dead.
Drawn together to investigate an appalling hate crime, these two seeming opposites discover that they may have more in common than a passion for justice--perhaps even a shared heritage.
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Susan Isaacs, novelist, essayist and screenwriter, was born in Brooklyn and educated at Queens College. Her novels, all New York Times bestsellers, include Compromising Positions, Close Relations, Almost Paradise, Shining Through, and Past Perfect. A recipient of the Writers for Writers Award and the John Steinbeck Award, she serves as chairman of the board of Poets & Writers and is a past president of Mystery Writers of America. Her fiction has been translated into thirty languages. She lives on Long Island with her husband.
Susan O'Malley (a.k.a. Bernadette Dunne) is the winner of numerous AudioFile Earphones Awards and has twice been nominated for the prestigious Audie Award. She studied at the Royal National Theatre in London and the Studio Theater in Washington, DC, and has appeared at the Kennedy Center and off Broadway. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.From AudioFile:
Susan Isaacs brings together two unlikely investigators of an unforgivable anti-Semitic hate crime–Charlie Blair of Wyoming and Lauren Miller of New York. They share not only a passion for justice, but also, much to their surprise, a common ancestor: Dora Blaustein, a European Jew. John Shea is masterful in his portrayal of all the characters, providing easy transitions from one to another. His narration is flawless and quite nearly mesmerizing. RED WHITE AND BLUE is a wonderful audio production, thanks to Shea's and Isaacs's well-told tale. R.A.P. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description HarperCollins, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 000651359X