Jan 312017


The Red Bandanna: A Life. A Choice. A Legacy. by Tom Rinaldi


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Seven stories below the ground, seventy feed deep in the earth, they sat. On a bright spring morning, while flags flew at half-staff in the memorial plaza far above, some seven hundred had made the long descent to gather in this chamber. Together they met: strong and weak, mournful and hopeful, persistent and diminished. Families and firefighters, city officials and rescue workers, orphans and political leaders, they waited for the solemn ceremony to begin.

  8 Responses to “First Chapter, First Paragraph, Tuesday Intros:
The Red Bandanna by Tom Rinaldi”

  1. Oh wow. This one is about 9-11 isn’t it? So sad. Very powerful, I’m sure.

  2. This looks like a tough read but rewarding. The imaging in the teaser is so intense I can see his struggle.

  3. Oh yes, I want to try this one. I borrowed it from the library and never got to read it. Hope u r enjoying it.

  4. Thanks for sharing some of this intense-sounding book with us, Vicki!

  5. It does sound intense but I think I’d try reading it. Here’s my link: http://wp.me/p4DMf0-1ti

  6. Very intense. I’m glad you highlighted the book, I hadn’t heard of it before.

  7. Hope this is a great read.

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