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Four burglaries. Three assaults. One murder. Not the crime stats Police Chief Ethan Blackhawk envisions for his first two weeks on the job. Ethan uncovers a link to his past, an assassin who bested him five years ago and again hunts in his territory. He welcomes a second chance to capture the assassin...until he falls in love with the only witness. This time a failure to unmask the assassin may cost Ethan everything. Wielding a sharp knife, personal chef Serena Cahill dices vegetables and dishes dinner for clients. When she interrupts a crime in progress, Serena steps into the crosshairs of an international assassin. After a friend disappears and her business implodes, she joins forces with Ethan to trap a killer before he takes out the next target -- Serena.
©2015 Rebecca Deel (P)2017 Rebecca Deel
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4 out of 5 stars
By cosmitron on 02-23-18

Enjoyable and interesting.

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

Yes if I know they would appreciate this genre.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Unpredictable character actions.

What about Kristina Fuller Yuen’s performance did you like?

She is a very capable Narrator, she created a good flow for the story.

Could you see Witness being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?


Any additional comments?

I asked for a copy of this book and the review has been made on my own.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Adriana B on 02-26-18

Great suspenseful mystery with a touch of romance!

This is a a great cozy mystery with interesting characters set in a small town. I don’t read many mysteries but this one had everything I enjoy in a cozy mystery. There was suspense, danger, humor, and a touch of romance. The story was engaging from beginning to conclusion.

Narration was excellent and brought the story to life. I enjoyed the distinctive voices for each character. It was a very enjoyable narration.

This is a very clean book with no alcohol, no bad language, no drugs, no sex, and the character that did drink too much trying to erase his pain was dealt with care. Overall a great well written story.

I’m looking forward to reading more books from this talented author.

"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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5 out of 5 stars
By TrishDS on 08-04-17


Let's have the rest of this series and also Rebecca Deel's companion series Fortress Security.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Norma Miles on 05-20-18

We're going sleuthing tomorrow.

When Police Chief Ethan Blackhawks was interviewed for the job he'd started only two weeks before, he was assured nothing much happened in sleepy Otter Creek. And he believed it until first came a rash of burglaries in the area, then a body was found, one of the theives caught in the home of his victim and called in by one of the residents. She was a witness to another man having been there also.
Megan, one of three sisters, ran a small cookery business catering to couples and small dinner parties in the area and on the verge of becoming successful. And Ethan Blackhawks felt himself attracted to her. But he can't let his growing feelings get in the way of police work...
A gentle mystery thriller with a growing romance viewed from a distance, with fairly well fleshed out characters and small town feel. Without depending on overt violence, there is a feeling of underlying tension.
Narrator Kristina Fuller Yeun has a warm, rather honeyed voice and she reads well with good intonation. Her pace, for this reader, was slightly too slow but increasing the broadcast speed seemed to destroy the pleasure of her voice so it remained at the setting given.

An enjoyable cosy, which does not offend with graphic sex scenes.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 12-20-17

Good clean suspense read.

Witness is a nicely paced romantic suspense book, without any foul language or gory scenes. It has laugh out loud moments and lovable characters.
Rebecca Deel doesn't shy away from character forming moments and shows that everyone has things to deal with, even during extraordinary situations. I like that while the characters go to church and their faith is part of their lives, you as the reader don't feel like your being preached to.
Kristina Fuller Yuen has a nice reading voice and does well with changing the tone and style for each character.
My only issue is that sometimes it is a little unclear when a scene changes. I feel that this is a combination of the writer's editing and the speed of the narrator's speech, as there is no noticeable pause between the end of one scene and the beginning of the next. It is especially bad when the transition goes from one conversation to a new conversation in a new place or time.
I have read all of the Otter Creek series and the accompanying Fortress Security books released so far and I love them all. I hope that all of them will be available as audio books very soon.
Witness is a book that I re-read often.

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