Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A young woman in hiding from the Russian mob faces a difficult decision when she falls in love with a cop.Abigail, 28, lives alone in the bucolic hamlet of Bickford, Ark., in an isolated house, fortified with firearms, a state-of-the-art alarm system and a vicious dog named Bert. When the town's genial police chief, Brooks, suspects Abigail is packing while shopping for gourmet groceries, his ... Read full review

Review: The Witness

Editorial Review - - Jennifer McCord

There is a lyric running through my head: “Tell me a story, tell me a story.” The writer who is answering to this song is, of course, Nora Roberts with her 200th work of fiction, THE WITNESS. A born storyteller, Roberts has kept me reading since her first book, IRISH THOROUGHBRED, was published. True to form, her latest is a marvelous novel of romance, suspense and hope with a riveting storyline ... Read full review

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Review: The Witness

User Review  - Kathleen Freeman - Goodreads

This is the second book I read this year that made me cry, however I almost cried my way through disk 13 and 14, definitely not normal for me. Very rarely do I give out 5 stars on a book, but this one ... Read full review

Review: The Witness

User Review  - Lokki - Goodreads

Roberts always delivers an entertaining read. Likeable characters, interesting story. Sure it was a little too easily wrapped up and the HEA is a little too good to be true, but who cares? It's what you are looking for when reading a romance. Read full review

Review: The Witness

User Review  - Kim - Goodreads

I truly enjoyed this book. As I read I wondered if Nora Roberts was a fan of the "Big Bang Theory" though. Eidetic memory, computer genius, literal thinking, social awkwardness.... It all smacked of ... Read full review

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