- File Size: 843 KB
- Print Length: 285 pages
- Publication Date: December 24, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0030ZRZ7S
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,783 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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SILENT WITNESS: A Josie Bates Thriller (The Witness Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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When Timothy Wren died at an amusement park, it was thought to be a tragic accident. Tim's biological father is back and he has an interesting story to tell. He also has a multimillion dollar lawsuit against the park — a lawsuit that will be worth nothing if Archer is convicted of murdering the boy...
What a great book! The evidence would lead you in one direction, then something would happen and you would second-guess yourself. I did figure out the "who" pretty early on — the clues made it pretty obvious to me... However, I was completely blown away when the "why" was finally revealed!
I really enjoy reading this kind of legal thriller series and I am now a fan of Josie Baylor-Bates. Rebecca Forster tells an intriguing story that immerses the reader in Josie's world. I am looking forward to the rest of the series...
I enjoyed learning more about Archer in this book and I really felt for him in the end. I can honestly say I felt his pain when I read the last thing he said in this book and it takes a special talent to make that kind of impression on me. I do hope we see more of Jude in more books for some reason I really like that character. Great book and I can't wait to read more in this series.
Forster still hasn’t given Archer a first name, something I found distancing for one of the primary characters in these books. And we still aren’t sure how Josie and Archer became lovers. As in the first book, she doesn’t reveal how it happened, just that it is.
The main character, Josie, doubting Archer’s innocence is very realistic. And his reluctance to ‘come clean’ about things relating to the boy’s death increases her doubts and hampers her efforts to exonerate him. I would have liked to see Josie believe a little more thoroughly in Archer.
There were a lot of behind the scenes machinations going on throughout the book. Some made sense and tied into the main plot. Others seemed to just be thrown in to add to its complexity.
Forster played fair with readers, revealing all but one clue over the course of the story, so that readers could ‘solve’ the mystery along with Josie. And even that final ‘nail in the coffin’ clue was hinted at earlier in the book.
So good job, Rebecca Forster. I’ll be back for more.