Privileged Witness Grace McCreary says she tried to stop her wealthy disturbed sister in law from jumping to her death off a penthouse balcony but the police accuse her of murder Though Josie swore off rich clients ye

  • Title: Privileged Witness
  • Author: Rebecca Forster
  • ISBN: 2940011922237
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Nook
  • Grace McCreary says she tried to stop her wealthy, disturbed sister in law from jumping to her death off a penthouse balcony, but the police accuse her of murder Though Josie swore off rich clients years ago, she succumbs to Grace s plea for help The sister of Senate hopeful Matthew McCreary, Grace knows that her brother s a piece of personal history Josie can t ignore.Grace McCreary says she tried to stop her wealthy, disturbed sister in law from jumping to her death off a penthouse balcony, but the police accuse her of murder Though Josie swore off rich clients years ago, she succumbs to Grace s plea for help The sister of Senate hopeful Matthew McCreary, Grace knows that her brother s a piece of personal history Josie can t ignore Reminded of the heady days when she and Matthew were young lovers at the top of their professions, Josie steps back into the world of privilege and power to prove her own worth and her client s innocence at the risk of everything she now holds dear.

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    1. This was my least favorite of the three I've read so far. Something about all the women in this series - they annoy me. Too dependant, needy, weird, off. I could handle it in the first two books, but it was hard to deal with in this one.

    2. Forster has outdone herself with her third novel in the Witness series. The mystery and suspense of the whodunnit of Forster novels will keep you flipping pages relentlessly, but it's the intricate heart, depth, and realism of her characters (flaws and all) that makes Forster such a special writer. Josie Baylor-Bates, the heroine, seems to find herself in one extremely personal case after another. Privileged Witness is no exception. Privileged Witness reunites Josie with her first love, Matthew [...]

    3. I liked this one a lot. I like Josie's character and I love watching her relationship with Hannah develop. I think the only complaint I have with this is how the secondary story with Kevin O'Connel just kind of died out and didn't really resolve. All in all a good read. Less predictable and more of a page turner than the last two!

    4. Book was part of the Book Bunny group reading challenge. 1. Grace's appearance takes Josie by surprise. Is Josie's reaction to Grace understandable? What does Grace symbolize for Josie? Is her anger really directed at Grace? Herself? Matthew? Does anyone ever get over a first love?I think Josie was in shock more than surprised. I probably would have asked for some type of proof that Grace really was Matthew's sister. Yes, I felt the reaction was understandable. Who wouldn't act that way? Grace s [...]

    5. I had read this book a while back, but reread it because the author was going to be at a book festival I was attending. I love the main character, who is athletic, intelligent, and determined. The plot was well written, with twists and turns that caught me off-guard. The characters were layered and real. I particularly enjoyed Hannah, Josie's young charge. That inclusion of family and youth added a nice dimension to the story. This book reminded me of why I like this author - and now I'm going t [...]

    6. Josie Bates is an old friend by now, but her adventures grow ever more disastrous, and we worry about her. The author has drawn this story in ever-mounting tension which keeps the reader engaged and hopeful of a resolution. The plot twists hold off the resolution. A great read!

    7. Best of the seriesBest of the series. Well worth the read. A page turner, stayed up until late to finish. So now I am thinking now what

    8. Sorry to have finishedI've just finished the Witness as trilogy. I love the characters Josie, Archer and Hannah and with each novel we learn and like hem more.

    9. Man! Another great book in the series! I couldn't put it down, which surprised me because I read some of the reviews that said that is was not as good as the first two. Well, I certainly disagree! I was captivated and couldn't wait to see the direction that it was going to go and how it would end. In Privileged Witness, Josie is taken back to her past, when the sister (Grace McCreary) of her ex-boyfriend, "comes back from the dead" and is looking to hire Josie. Josie ex-boyfriend is Matthew McCr [...]

    10. ‘Privileged Witness’ is Rebecca Forster’s third book in the Josie Bates legal thriller ‘Witness’ series. This book sees Josie attempting to defend Grace McCreary the the sister of an ex-lover Matthew McCreary, who is also a Republican Senatorial candidate. Grace is accused of killing Michelle, Matthew McCreary’s wife by pushing her off a balcony: while she maintains that Michelle had committed suicide. Defending the sister of an ex-lover, stirs up all sorts of feelings within her, wh [...]

    11. This third book in the series is as engaging as the first two. Forster has kept the quality of her storytelling high, which isn’t always the case with series books.This novel has plenty of twists in it but I figured out the main one early on.I still wish Forster would give Archer a first name and tell us how he and Josie became lovers.Several places in this book, a POV or location shift occurred but there was no break in the text to indicate it happening. I don’t know if they were download o [...]

    12. I like that with each book I am learning more about the main characters. It is interesting how the relationship between Josie and Hannah is progressing and how Archer, at times, seems to get a grip, get over himself and realize how important Hannah is to Josie. However, I did not like this one as much as the other two. In this book I guessed early on what the deal was with Matthew and Grace. I was a little disappointed how things ended with Grace. I thought that there could have been more story [...]

    13. Well, this was the 3rd in a 4 part series of the Witness series by this author and it was not as good as the first two books at all. However, she keeps using some of the same characters so I expected a little more character development of them, but there was none in this book as there was in book 2. I am going to go ahead and read the 4th and final one - mostly because I paid for them and hope it is a good one to end this series. I think you could read book one and be good when it comes to this [...]

    14. I rated this a five-star book as I have with the rest of this series. Rebecca Forster has written a fabulous series with Josie Bates. Characters are believable, Bates' cases are believable but have many underlying plots, twists and turns. After swearing off rich clients, Bates gives to defending the sister of an old boyfriend and is reminded o why she stopped defending such clients in the first place. Anyone with a taste for crime fiction, legal thrillers, courtroom drama (Law & Order type s [...]

    15. I got hooked on this series after reading "Hostile Witness", which I loved. Here again, Josie Bates is drawn into a case because of a personal connection to one of the main characters, who then becomes the defendant in the case. Josie has a soft spot for the weak when they get caught up in the legal system, and that makes her my kind of heroine. Of course things get twisted and go horribly wrong, and periodically you realize, dear reader, that you've forgotten to breathe again, but you can alway [...]

    16. At the beginning of the book I thought the Author was going another path, but I quickly learned she was going to keep me on the edge of my seat with this one. Some things were easy to figure out, but then Archer's role shocked me a little. I liked the roles Hannah and Billy played in Privileged Witness. Very good and much better than the parts they played in Hostile Witness. A very good series for those who like mystery. Looking forward to the next book, Expert Witness.

    17. Josie is retained by her former-boyfriend-current-Senate-hopeful's sister after his wife's apparent suicide. Ah, so hard to stop reading these! Fiction pet peeve #1 (mental health misinformation) activated. For those who came to looking for the truth, let it be known that (generally speaking), OCD is neither caused by trauma nor cured by love. And that other diagnosis she threw in at the end not so much.

    18. Well for starters, I'm very stingy with my 5 stars but this book deserves it. It had all the twists and turns I love and it kept me guessing right till the end. I love a mystery that throws in shockers and this one had one at every other chapter. I also love a mystery that I can't figure out, leaving me blown away at the end. Again here was that mystery. I strongly suggest it for anyone who loves a good mystery like I do.

    19. I thought that by the 3rd book in this series I would come to like the main character Josie. While seeing herself as a champion of right, she really takes cases that will boost her image of herself. She is pretty self centered and subtly arrogant and not very likeable. This book had many twists and turns but was not very believeable. I would only recommend it to die-hard Rebecca Forster fans.

    20. Third in the series of books about Josie Baylor Bates, attorney. This time she's dealing with a gubernatorial candidate and his sister and a wife-beating lunatic who blames Josie for the financial settlement against him and who is out for revenge. Archer, Hannah, Billy and Max-the-Dog are all caught up in the ensuing events. Another good read.

    21. This was not my favorite of the series so far but still suspenseful. I was not disappointed and kept turning the pages as one expects with a Foster legal thriller. This case was more predictable from the start than the first two books, so it took put some suspense midway. nonetheless, Foster's writing keeps you reading. I cannot wait until the next one!

    22. This was the third book that I have read containing these characters and unfortunately my least favorite. The victim was not sympathetic and the whole plot seemed contrived. Not really sure if the ending was as rushed as it seemed, or if I was rushing through it to be done. Still like the main group of characters just not this storyline.

    23. Third book in the Witness series, featuring defense lawyer Josie Baylor-Bates, and I don't recommend reading it as a stand-alone. Several characters (Archer, Hannah, Billy) will make little sense without the background provided in the first two books. I found myself annoyed with Josie several times in this story. Overall, a good read, but not great.

    24. This is the third book in the series. Unlike many reviews I read I actually enjoyed this book a bit more. If you haven't read the first two than the characters of Hannah and Archer will seem superfluous or lacking becausr you won't know the history. I can see that as an issue but if you are a reader of the series than they do well as the sopporting characters in this book.

    25. Loved this bookLoved this bookFoerster is an amazing author. Great description of characters and their surroundings. Can't wait to read another one of the Josie Bates series.

    26. Rebecca is my new favorite writer!!I love Rebecca's books!! She is my favorite new authorJames Patterson , move over her books are suspenseful and keeps me on the edge of my seat I can't put her books down until I'm finished!!

    27. This is the 3rd book in The Witness series. I like the series but feel this one wasn't as good as the first 2. Josie Bates attorney seemed to have her hands full with the different clients so to me made this book a bit to erratic for my taste.

    28. Third in the Rebecca Forster legal series featuring Josie Baylor-Bates, Archer and Hannah as the main characters. Another good plot that involves mystery, weird characters and a lot of action.Kindle book.

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