AUTHOR, B, Book Review, Fiction, Read in 2008

The Witness by Sandra Brown

The Witness
by Sandra Brown

Copyright: 2006
Pages: 428
Rating: 4/5
Read: Sept. 21-25, 2008
Challenge: Triple Eight – From my TBR category

First Line: The infant’s mouth sucked as his mother’s breast.

When Kendall Deaton pulls herself and her baby out of a wrecked car, she does what any caring person would do: she saves the man she was riding in the car with. But when she gets to the hospital she realizes that she cannot under any circumstances reveal her true identity and that the accident just might have been a blessing in disguise. Having been the public defender in Prosper, South Carolina the past couple of years she never would have imagined what she would stumble upon while out in the woods trying to locate her husband so that they could make up after a horrendous fight. As a mother who only wants to protect her baby’s life, she is forced to become a reluctant witness against some of Prosper’s most powerful men. The only question is whether Kendall will make it out alive or if someone will track her down and silence her forever.

Okay, this book got my attention pretty quickly. It really picked up pace about halfway through. But I’m going to be honest here, the ending was really strange. And I’m talking about coming out of left field strange. But overall I really enjoyed this book a lot and I really recommend it to others as well!!

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2 thoughts on “The Witness by Sandra Brown”

  1. I wish I could help you, but this is only the second Sandra Brown book I’ve read, I read “Envy” last year. “The Witness” was much better in my opinion.

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