Dark Witness, A Josie Bates Thriller - Rebecca Forster

Dark Witness, A Josie Bates Thriller

By Rebecca Forster

  • Release Date - Published: 2015-02-27
  • Book Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
  • Author: Rebecca Forster
Our rating: 5/5 stars

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As the edge of winter slices through fall, Josie Bates and Archer reluctantly abandon a trail that has gone cold in their search for Hannah Sheraton and Billy Zuni, teenagers on the run from the law that can't guarantee their safety. Determined to stay one step ahead of the authorities who want Billy back and a blood feud that will only be satisfied when he is dead, Hannah and Billy head north. There they will hunker down in the darkest corner of earth they can find and wait for the danger to pass.
Though the journey is treacherous, they finally find themselves isolated, safe, and as far from Hermosa Beach as they can get. But Hannah's relief is short lived. When the perpetual winter dark turns to inky black, they realize they've taken refuge in hell. Now the fight in front of her and Billy is not only for their lives, but their very souls.

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  • The Witness series

    By leeland92660
    I've been an attorney for 40 years now. Over the last six weeks I've read the entire series. I would have through that the author was also an attorney by the nature of the subjects and points of law she interjects. From her website I see she's not. But she could have been. No two books are he same. They are not formulae and their characters are people that you can truly care about. She has made some outstanding points about the law and where and how mistakes are made in our system. Her topics won't be found in any other authors books. Each book has a theme and purpose which explains what's wrong with the system. While they are all stand alone books the are outstanding as a series.

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