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Naomi Kryske graduated from Rice University, Houston, Texas. Following her husband’s retirement from the U.S. Navy, she lived on the Mississippi Gulf Coast until 2005, when Hurricane Katrina destroyed their home. The Mission is the second of her crime/suspense novels set in London, involving the Metropolitan Police, and exploring the themes of trauma and recovery. In 2008 she ward awarded a grant from the Melissa English Writing Trust for her first novel, The Witness. She lives in north Texas.
I was with Jenny all the way. Good insight into what a witness must go through while seeking justice.Published 1 month ago by theauntfarm
Absolutely excellent. Can't wait for another from this author.Published 6 months ago by Madeline L.
A great fictional story of faith, detection, protection, and personal recovery written from a woman's perspective but readable and enjoyable by both genders. Read morePublished 11 months ago by John H. King
The plot idea is good but the writing style is not to my taste and the author tends to get "preachy" in many spots.Published 15 months ago by Grandma A
If you have ever been raped, or know someone who has, this book may appeal to you. For me there were far too many tears, too many details, and it seemed to take forever to get to... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Carol Allen Anfinsen
The Witness was the type of book that keeps you up past your bedtime because you can't bear to put it down and turn out the light. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Catherine Black Urias
One of those books that compels you to finish it, once you become involved. Love and mystery blend in tense moments,. Read morePublished on September 11, 2013 by Oliver Axtell
A very well written book, indeed; although there were several misspellings and incomplete sentences throughout the book. Read morePublished on November 21, 2012 by Plano reader