Forgotten Witness

Forgotten Witness Appearing before the Senate Select Committee on Eastern European crime Josie Bates testifies passionately about the brutal Albanian blood feud that has sent Hannah into hiding with Billy Zuni and Arc

  • Title: Forgotten Witness
  • Author: Rebecca Forster
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Appearing before the Senate Select Committee on Eastern European crime, Josie Bates testifies passionately about the brutal Albanian blood feud that has sent Hannah into hiding with Billy Zuni and Archer on a quest to find them While Senator Patriota, the man sure to be the next president of the United States, promises his patronage Josie isn t convinced he was even listeAppearing before the Senate Select Committee on Eastern European crime, Josie Bates testifies passionately about the brutal Albanian blood feud that has sent Hannah into hiding with Billy Zuni and Archer on a quest to find them While Senator Patriota, the man sure to be the next president of the United States, promises his patronage Josie isn t convinced he was even listening but someone was.Charging through the crush of bodies, evading security, a frantic man launches himself at Josie Toppling her to the ground, he pushes something into her hands, puts his lips against her ear and whispers five words that will send her from the icy winter of Washington, D.C to the tropical warmth of Hawaii in search of Hannah What Josie finds instead is a flamboyant ex pat who deals in pineapple and hula dancers, and a Victorian compound on the infamous island of Molokai where she uncovers a horrific, long buried truth a truth that will change her life forever if she stays alive long enough to live it.

    One thought on “Forgotten Witness”

    1. This is one scary book.Not because it's populated with zombies or vampires, werewolves and things that go bump in the night.No, this is a scary book because it is populated by men and women who are elected to serve the people but who, in their ideological madness, perpetrate horrible crimes against citizens of the United States.The most scary thing about this novel, however, is that it is not only plausible, it's rooted in actual fact.Author Rebecca Forster's 'Forgotten Witness' is based on the [...]

    2. With each new installment of Rebecca Forster’s “The Witness” series, I’m surprised at the different directions she finds to take the story. At the end of Eyewitness (the previous book in the series), we were left a bit of a cliffhanger. The main storyline came to a conclusion, but protagonist Josie Bate’s ward, Hannah, also went missing.Forgotten Witness has two main story threads that are interwoven through the book. One follows Archer, Josie’s boyfriend/fiancé, as he follows up on [...]

    3. ExcitingWhat a great continue from the previous books. Rebecca has you guessing and heart stopping though the whole book. Can't wait to read the next book to see what happens next. Love her writing.

    4. Great story line.Enjoy this author very much. I have read the previous six, now on to seven. You must try this series now

    5. Forgotten WitnessI’ve been anticipating the next installment of my favorite legal thriller series with Josie Bates and Rebecca Forster has not let me down. Like sitting down with an old friend, Forster pulls you into Josie’s world with an extremely well crafted, intricate plot which has you holding your breath and urging Josie on. WOW! Forster has an eye for detail and a flare for making those “truth is stranger than fiction” plots leap off the pages. Kudos!

    6. Wow, what an interesting book! Very well written. Especially when I looked up the web pages Rebecca left at end of the book. (See what inspired Forgotten Witness). The premise was there, some names and dates are different. This is the 4th book I've read by Rebecca Forster. This series was recommended by . The synopsis of Hostile Witness mentioned Hermosa Beach, CA, so I decided to try the book (I grew up in Hermosa Beach). Rebecca Forster writes a fascinating story. I am so glad I found her book [...]

    7. Not as goodevious Bates storiesI really have enjoyed each book in this series. this one just did not keep my attention as the others did. perhaps it was due to the government theme with Josie in parts of the country other than California. not sure but will still read next Bates book.

    8. Always a great read.I'll read everything by this author. Her plots are gifts she has for every reader. Her settings places you long to see. And Josie Bates? I'll be looking for that tall beauty on the beach.

    9. Love this series! This book however was a struggle with all of the political aspects. I felt as though the political side was drawn out, think it could have been shortened up and downplayed. Can't wait for the next book!

    10. This one was a bit harder to get into. Took me to almost half way before it picked up for me. Still liked it though.

    11. Josie Bates testifies at a Washington Senate hearing and then is pulled into a dark political plot involving a presidential candidate. Another good Rebecca Forster novel.

    12. It was slow moving at the start. Little confusing with characters just popping up for no rhyme or reason with no explanation . Storyline picked up and ended being a great read.

    13. This book was very good! This one reminded me why I liked these books from the beginning. Definitely a page turner and will leave you wanting more.

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