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PRIVILEGED WITNESS: A Josie Bates Thriller (The Witness Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Grace McCreary has been arrested for her sister-in-law's murder. Grace insists that she tried to stop Michelle from taking her own life, but police are convinced that is not the case — they believe Grace intentionally pushed Michelle over the balcony railing...
Grace's arrest puts her brother, Senatorial candidate Matthew McCreary, in the spotlight — for all the wrong reasons — and he is not happy about it. He is even less happy that his sister chose Josie to represent her...
I like the way Ms. Forster chose to open the book. I was drawn into the story immediately and I could not wait to see what happened next. There were plenty of unexpected twists and turns to hold my interest and keep me turning the pages. I changed my mind a few times about who did what — and why — but I was blown away when the BIG secret was revealed...
This novel has plenty of twists in it but I figured out the main one early on.
I still wish Forster would give Archer a first name and tell us how he and Josie became lovers.
Several places in this book, a POV or location shift occurred but there was no break in the text to indicate it happening. I don’t know if they were download or formatting errors, but they threw me every time I ran into one.
I’ll be back for more of Josie’s adventures.
I enjoyed this book and the preceding books in the Witness series. It has a reasonable story line - if not a bit dragged out. However, my major criticism in Rebecca Foster's writing style or, perhaps it's her editors, is the way there is no division between scenes or events. When one is reading about a particular event then, with only a single line space, the next sentence starts another entirely different event at a different location in the story and the reader has to re-read the previous lines to decipher what had happened (well I had to).
The Author/Editor may be trying to establish a style but to me it breaks the flow of the reading and is frustrating . Either a two line spacing or **** should be used to alert the reader of a switch to another event.
I rather think that her following books are the same and cannot be changed. This is a disincentive for me taking a chance in buying them.
I am making these comments just to put to rest the annoyance and frustration that built up in reading these books.