New Indie Book Release:
Eyewitness (The Witness Series) - Rebecca Forster -
(Legal) Thriller (February 2013 - 335 pages)
“[...] The witness theme gets a clever re-design, rather than just a new coat of paint, in this one. Clashing colours just take a little getting used too, Forster doesn't write in beige. Waves from all the characters colourful pasts impinge on the physical forces of the present. They flash through the pages creating yet another brilliant Forster novel. Witness the crimes for yourself." - Reader Review
About the Book
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Ready to kill Billy’s selfish, neglectful mother, Josie rushes to the Zuni house only to find someone has beaten her to it. Two men lie dead downstairs and Billy’s mother clings to life on the floor above. Spurred on by Hannah’s fear that Billy will be framed for the murders, Josie takes up his defense. But Billy is evasive, physical evidence points to his guilt, and the county counsel wants him committed to the state.
With the clock ticking, Archer and Josie set out to find the mysterious man who can vouch for Billy’s whereabouts at the time of the murders. What they find instead is a web of intrigue and deceit that stretches half way around the world and an eyewitness who is blinded by a justice Josie cannot understand.
About the Author
|Author Rebecca Forster|
Raised in Long Beach, California Forster earned her BA at Loyola University, Chicago before returning to earn her MBA at Loyola University, Los Angeles and has published over 25 novels including the USA Today top seller, Keeping Counsel and the bestselling Amazon witness series set in Southern California and featuring volleyball playing attorney Josie Baylor-Bates, her lover Archer, and Josie’s sixteen year-old ward, Hannah.
A strong advocate for education and for women looking to make a mid-life career change, Rebecca has been an anchor instructor at the accredited Professional Writers Certificate Program at California University Extension Services at California University, Long Beach. She has also taught at University of California, Irvine Extension and is now an instructor at UCLA extension.
Eager to motivate writers of all ages, Rebecca volunteers at children’s conferences, school career days and K-12 classroom visits. A compelling speaker and featured guest on radio and television, Rebecca has entertained audiences at bar associations, writer’s conferences, women’s symposiums, professional conventions and book festivals that include repeat appearances at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.
When she’s not writing, you’ll find Rebecca on a tennis court or traveling. Rebecca is married to a prominent Los Angeles Superior Court judge and is the mother of two sons.