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eBook False Witness download

by Randy D. Singer,Adam Verner

eBook False Witness download ISBN: 1598592262
Author: Randy D. Singer,Adam Verner
Publisher: Oasis Audio; Abridged edition (June 1, 2007)
Language: English
ePub: 1658 kb
Fb2: 1827 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

False Witness: A Thriller. Written by Randy Singer. Narrated by Adam Verner.

False Witness: A Thriller. False Witness engages listeners who enjoy suspense novels with a message and yet this novel, Singer's sixth, has more subtle spiritual themes than previous works. With a riveting plot, this is an excellent legal thriller for both male and female listeners.

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Praise for False Witness and other novels by Randy Singer In this gripping, obsessively readable legal thriller, Singer proves himself to be the Christian John Grisham. and ingenious plotting. Directed Verdict is a well-crafted courtroom drama with strong characters, surprising twists, and a compelling theme.

Narrated by Adam Verner. False Witness engages listeners who enjoy suspense novels with a message and yet this novel, Singer's sixth, has more subtle spiritual.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Clark Shealy is a bail bondsman with the ultimate bounty on the line: his wife’s life

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Clark Shealy is a bail bondsman with the ultimate bounty on the line: his wife’s life. He has forty-eight hours to find an Indian professor in possession of the Abacus Algorithm―an equation so powerful it could crack all Internet encryption.

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Written by Randy D Singer, narrated by Adam Verner. False Witness engages listeners who enjoy suspense novels with a message. This work, Singer's sixth, has more subtle spiritual themes than previous works.

Written by Randy D Singer, narrated by Adam Verner.

If you can overlook the sometimes incredible plotting and focus on the action, as rendered by Adam Verner, this is a winner. Verner's timing is excellent. He places the right emphasis on the important scenes and lets the chaff slide. You'll hardly notice that.

False Witness engages listeners who enjoy suspense novels with a message and yet this novel, Singer's sixth, has more subtle spiritual themes than previous works.

Clark laid on the horn at the next busy intersection, slowing down only slightly for a red light. You’re going to get us killed!. Check for helicopters, Clark shot back, breathless. He had already hit the button to roll down Jessica’s window. She stuck her head out, twisting in her seat. Clark swerved around a slow driver, jerking Jessica and banging her head against the window frame. She swore at him, and it almost made him smile.

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False Witness engages listeners who enjoy suspense novels with a message and yet this novel, Singer's sixth, has more subtle spiritual themes than previous works. With a riveting plot, this is an excellent legal thriller for both male and female listeners. Capitalizing on our ever-growing concern with issues like identity theft, hackers, encrypted digital and electronic information, and personal security, False Witness could easily come from stories behind today's media headlines.
Comments: (7)
JoJoshura
This is the first book I have read by Randy Singer, and, wow, is it an awesome thriller! I loved every second I spent in this book, breathlessly reading and unable to stop. (And, yes, it is now a favorite thriller!) I was a bit confused how this book would be, since the synopsis has Clark going through something, and then Jamie goes through another thing four years later. I didn't understand how the time-lapse would work into the story, so just decided to start reading. And I am glad I did! It all made sense in the end and made for a totally awesome book!

There are many characters in this book and Randy brought each of them to life through his book. Clark and Jessica were amazingly strong people. I can't imagine going through what those two did. And seeing the love they had for each other was very sweet. My heart bled for Clark as he tried to rescue Jessica because the mafia could bring her harm. That first part of the book was so intense! And when Jamie entered the picture with her law student peers, Isaiah and Wellington, the plot continued to thicken and build. Jamie was fun to get to know and I liked her strengths and independence. Isaiah was just plain cool! He was one of my favorites. All the characters in False Witness were amazing and unforgettable.

If you didn't know, suspense/thrillers are my all-time favorite genre. So I love a plot that will take me for crazy spins, unexpected turns, keeping me on the edge of my seat, and my fingers gripping the pages. And that is what I found in False Witness. The plot was amazing. I haven't read a book before about people going through the Witness Protection Program, so really enjoyed that angle and what it added to the story. Randy did his homework on this book and it shows in every aspect of this plot. There is a lot of violence and torture in this book, so younger teen readers might not be comfortable with that--which is pretty heavy in this book from blowing out kneecaps to threatening to do surgery on a victim without any pain medication. I didn't find this a problem for me, but others might.

Randy's writing style is unique and vivid. There wasn't as much dialog and a lot of telling. I like books with a lot of dialog and more showing, but this is the author's style. And the adventures and peril that the characters went through--and the awesome time I had just reading the book--made me not even notice it after a while, I was so caught up in the story!

What else can I say about this amazing book? It was just awesome! This is the first book I have read by him, and it will not be my last. He is an author worth looking out for as he continues to write. And when I flipped through the last few pages at the back of the book after I finished the story, I was ecstatic to find out that Jamie Brock's story will continue in The Last Plea Bargain that comes out next year. How cool! I loved getting to know Jamie and, hopefully, I will get to know more about Isaiah and Wellington as well! False Witness is a rip-roaring adventure that you need to experience! I highly recommend it!

I reviewed this book for the B&B Media Group. Special thanks to Audra Jennings for sending me a review copy. It was not required that I give a positive review, but solely to express my own thoughts and opinions of this book, which I have done.
Not-the-Same
Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive. That was my thought as I finished this whirlwind twister of a book! The book begins with the story of a man, Clark Shealy, whose job requires him to push the limits of legality in order for the good to overcome the bad in the world. He is good at his job--too good in fact and that draws the attention of some very bad men who kidnap Clark's wife in order to make him do their bidding. Before he knows it, Clark is in over his head and is forced to go against everything he believes in to save his wife. During the second part of the book we are introduced to three law students, a former trial lawyer who is now their professor, several FBI agents, and the Chinese mafia, as well as the Shealy's with their new identities under the witness protection program. Thus begins the weaving of the tangled web I mentioned earlier.

There was nothing I didn't love about this book. It was very fast paced and kept me riveted and guessing to the very end. One scene would play out only to reveal later that it didn't happen that way at all. Trust was built and then broken to the point that I felt betrayed myself by some of the characters, and was left wondering who could be trusted. Many thoughts of government corruption were addressed that you don't want to believe but deep down you know really exist. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a good thriller.
Walianirv
Chinese Mafia, bondsmen, bounty hunters, FBI agents, lawyers, and the mathematical discovery of the century all combine to make False Witness an intriguing twist of action and mystery.

Professor Dagan and his protégée discover an algorithm capable of cracking most internet security encryption. However, when the Chinese Mafia and the US government, set their mind to obtaining this algorithm, a chain events is set it motion that will forever change the lives of a young couple; forcing them to enter the witness protection program and rely on a government, they do not trust, for their survival.

At worse, False Witness is a good book. It's really a great book. The plot is interesting and at times unpredictable; the action fast paced and continuous. Corruption is deep and the good guys are not always as they seem. However, the real genius of this book is in the characters. From nerdy Wellington Farnsworth to brash Isaiah Haywood, each character has multiple layers, with each layer revealing a little more about humanity.

I've read four other books by Randy Singer which I enjoyed, but I do believe this is his best to date. Definitely well worth reading.
Skilkancar
'False Witness' is a great story with lots of twists and turns.

The author, Randy Singer, has become one of my favorites. His writing reminds me of the early John Grisham works and is far better than anything that Grisham has done in a long while.

This tale contains all kinds of adventure. It has an extremely powerful and priceless code that is capable of destroying Internet security, Chinese mafia members, witnesses who are not well protected by the federal witness protection program, the FBI, and much more. This novel is outstanding in terms of plot, characters, action, and virtually any other standard by which one would compare it.

Not only is he a great storyteller, but Singer weaves in a Christian worldview in places without being preachy at all. He certainly can craft a great read without grauitous sex, violence, or profanity. He is very skilled and does not need to use such things to keep the reader's interest.

I highly recommend this book to anyone - not just Christians. He is truly a master novelist and his work will appeal to anyone who loves a great story.