"PAY ME TO GO AWAY."
Police Chief Luke Granger is determined to find out who is behind the threats against Amanda and her sisters. With danger pressing in, there isn't much time, and Luke must put everything on the line.
Chief Granger and homicide detectives Connor and Marsh will do whatever it takes to stand in harm's way for the sake of the three Griffin women. It's no longer professional - it's personal. But chances are that at least one of them will fail....And it's going to take a faith deeper than any of them currently knows to stand and confront the danger still to come.
©2006 Dee Henderson; (P)2006 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Dee Henderson still proves that she can write a great suspense novel and also show God's love, too. "The Witness" proves that. I will pick up and read anything that she writes anytime. I read her novels like many read John Grishom. Dee Henderson can pack a punch with the best of suspense authors and still show love and compassion. I hope to read more of her books for many years to come!
I love Dee Henderson, I have purchased all of her books except for two. This is not one of Dee best, both her O'Malloy and Uncommon Hero's series was excellent however this book was not very entertaining. It had slow plot development and it was just not good. In fact I did not even finish the book. Purchase at your own risk.
I like Dee Henderson's books. I would definitely read The Witness again. I did find it to be a bit slower moving than her O'Malley Series however.
The book is great ... the only problem is that it's difficult to listen to Lynn Brooks, the narrator - she pauses in really unusual places in her sentences - apparently commas and other punctuation mean nothing to her. It makes it very choppy. The book I give 5 stars, the narration only about 1 1/2.
I love Dee Henderson, and I have most of her books. The O'Malley series is in my favorites category, but this story was a bit disappointing. I thought there were too many characters that were underdeveloped, and too many things left unresolved in the story. If this was the first book in a series it might of worked, but this is a stand alone novel. I also was upset with how one of the sisters stories ended in the book. I really wish I could give this 2.5 stars since half of the story was good and half was bad. I will still look for future Dee Henderson's stories but this was my least favorite of all her books.
the cheif and how he handled the situation.
she is good
a family affair
hope their are more book with the characters
Narrator, story was long drawn out boring and predictable.
The writer seemed to struggle with the telling of this story, it lacked creativity and intrigue. It seemed she just threw some flighty ideas together to make the story longer. And the narrator seemed disconnected from the story....even lost at times. I think she could have taken more time with this one....or at least shelved it until she had more inspiration to write a story of worth and substance.
It took me weeks and weeks to finish, my reaction was dread.
There are other stories by this writer that are better in my opinion, I'd skip this one and look up some others.
There is nothing worse than getting yourself all hyped up for a great edgy mystery/murder novel, then have religion thrown in your face every other page. The Author wasn't interested in pulling the reader in by it's mystery of the plot, she seemed to want to teach me about LOVE & GOD. Thanks but er..... i won't ever be giving this author a second look again. I want my money back!!!!
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