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Leading the Witness

Narrated by: Paige McKinney
Length: 8 hrs and 19 mins
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Catherine Landauer spends her days grilling prosecution witnesses in zealous defense of the accused criminals she represents, but no one knows she was once the victim of a headline-grabbing crime. When the man who kidnapped her resurfaces, Catherine goes from attorney to witness, reluctant to trust anyone, especially the alluring prosecutor assigned to the case. 

Veteran prosecutor Starr Rio has a reputation of doing whatever it takes to win, even if she has to skirt the edge of the law in the pursuit of justice. Now, she’s trying the case of a lifetime, saddled with an uncooperative star witness who is sexy as hell and who thinks she knows more about criminal law than the entire prosecution team. 

But when Starr and Catherine give in to desire, their hearts, careers, and even their lives are on the line.

©2019 Carsen Taite (P)2019 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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  • Jargon
  • 22-03-2020

The L&O trope

I only have one issue with this story and I blame Law and Order. Prosecutors are not investigators, not detectives, and not in the police chain of command. There would never be a case where a lawyer would be involved in chasing down leads, talking to victims families, or investigating evidence and/or crime scenes. there would have never been a reason for starr to be as involved with the investigation as she was.
Other than that it was a entertaining story with
interesting turns and emotional roller coasters.

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  • Sab
  • 25-12-2019

I love this kind of books

And this one was excellent. Well written, great characters, well developed. Narration was as always excellent.

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  • realdog
  • 12-12-2019

one of Taite's best<br />

I saw a review where a reader felt like this was not as good as the author's normal work. I couldn't disagree more. I think it's one of her best. Perhaps that reader had anticipated a different twist to the ending, but Taite wrote the ending we were sure she wouldn't. You'll have to read or listen to judge for yourself.

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  • keishie23
  • 01-11-2019

Such a gripping story!!!!!

Wow such in depth story telling....I truly appreciate the time the author took to flesh out the main characters. Paying special attention to different facets of their lives as well. Beautiful work, not too mention the perfection in narration. Well Ms. McKinney. ❤️

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  • Anonymous User
  • 26-10-2019

always good

Always have been a Carsen Taite fan and this book is no exception. Perfect narration for it too.

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