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False Witness by Dorothy Uhnak
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False Witness (edition 1986)

by Dorothy Uhnak

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Title:False Witness
Authors:Dorothy Uhnak
Info:Fawcett (1986), Mass Market Paperback
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  Carole-Ann | Aug 16, 2014 |
A beautiful talk show host is brutally attacked and injured in her apartment. This book is about the shocking accusation of who did it. I enjoyed the twists and turns of a very interesting plot and that justice was meted out in an unusual way. I give this book an A+! ( )
  moonshineandrosefire | Feb 6, 2012 |
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  leahhenderson | Apr 13, 2008 |
excellent though filled with feminist views ( )
  bashert | Sep 11, 2007 |
"False Witness" could easily be a "Law and Order" episode, complete with "ripped from the headlines" thinly disguised celebrity victim. I'm not saying that's a flaw, on the contrary, if you love "Law and Order" you''ll love "False Witness".

It's rich in period detail (which wouldn't have been considered "period detail" when it came out), creating a great illustration of life in 1980s NYC.

As for the motives of the killer, and the controversial issue at hand, I could rant for hours. ( )
  babydraco | May 24, 2007 |
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After a beautiful television star is brutally raped and beaten in her apartment, an ambitious young woman in the District Attorney's office persistently attempts to get a conviction, knowing that if she gets a conviction in the case, she will become Bureau Chief.… (more)

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