The Witness by Sandra Brown

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This is a remarkable, suspenseful book. Kendall's reasons for running are eventually revealed. She has a good reason to be frightene...The surprises in this book continue to the last page.
-Jandy's Reading Room

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The best public defender in Prosper, Kendall has stumbled upon the town's chilling secret - and her marriage to one of the town's most powerful men has become a living hell. Now Kendall is a terrified mother trying to save her child's life.
 

About Sandra Brown

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Sandra Brown is the author of numerous New York Times bestsellers - including most recently Smash Cut, Smoke Screen, Play Dirty, Ricochet, Chill Factor, White Hot, Hello, Darkness, The Crush, and Envy. She is the recipient of the 2008 Thriller Master Award from International Thriller Writers, Inc. She and her husband live in Arlington, Texas.
 
Published June 25, 2013 by Grand Central Publishing. 441 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Romance, Horror, Crime. Fiction
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Peak Rank on Jul 14 2013
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All: 5 | Positive: 4 | Negative: 1

Kirkus

Good

With identity puzzles and a chase, plus all the grue and woo: an entertainment bound for bestsellerdom.

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Publishers Weekly

Excellent

Brown's forte is glitch-free, all-over-the-map plotting, and her take on white-trashy behavior pushes just the right buttons.

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RT Book Reviews

Excellent
on Nov 20 2010

Bestselling author Sandra Brown turns in a tour de force reading experience with this explosive, fast paced and sensational novel.

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Chicago Tribune

Below average
on Sep 11 1995

Southerners tired of being labeled racist vigilantes may not appreciate Brown's portrayal of the residents of Prosper. And as engrossing as "The Witness" is, it's not without problems.

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Jandy's Reading Room

Good
on May 03 1999

This is a remarkable, suspenseful book. Kendall's reasons for running are eventually revealed. She has a good reason to be frightene...The surprises in this book continue to the last page.

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