Edited by #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci and including stories by Dennis, Michael Connelly, Lee Child, and more, this one-of-a-kind anthology pulls together the most beloved characters from the best and most popular thriller series today. Patrick Kenzie faces off against. Harry Bosch in “Red Eye,” by Dennis and Michael.
When the bombs went off at the Boston Marathon last year, my first glimpse of the incident, via a shaky TV camera, was of the corner of the Boston Public Library. My first thought — wholly unformed — was: Whoever did this hates knowledge. In that moment, I had no idea that the intended victims were Marathon runners and spectators; I thought the target was the library. Time has proven me incorrect about the library but not, I feel, about the knowledge. All fanatics hate knowledge. And when I say knowledge, I’m speaking of the unfettered, unrestricted kind. The kind that isn’t easily contained or easily defined. The kind that doesn’t fit in a jar.
Read the rest of Dennis’s Boston Globe op-ed here.