Missing Witness

Missing Witness

by Craig Parshall

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Overview

After a nerve-shattering encounter with military justice in The Accused, Craig Parshall's third novel, all lawyer Will Chambers wants to do this summer is relax with his wife, Fiona...

A long stay on the North Carolina coast seems perfect. But when Will reluctantly looks into a local inheritance case involving Jonathan Joppa, a down-on-his-luck preacher—

"Piracy charge—Joppa's ancestor? What...when?"

"Why, for being part of Blackbeard's pirate crew...in the early 1700s..."

Will just wants to rest, but Fiona keeps insisting there's something missing...buried. Soon the two have had a near-fatal brush with smugglers—and together they've unearthed the truth: about a pirate's history, about Jonathan Joppa, and about two remarkable women—one in the past, and one in the present.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780736960410
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Publication date: 03/01/2004
Series: Chambers of Justice , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 360
Sales rank: 31,884
File size: 803 KB

About the Author

Craig Parshall is Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the National Religious Broadcasters Association, and the author of six legal–suspense novels: the five books in the Chambers of Justice series, and the stand–alone Trial by Ordeal. He speaks nationally on legal and Christian worldview issues and is a magazine columnist. He has coauthored five books with his wife, Janet, including the historical novels Crown of Fire and Captives and Kings.


Craig Parshall is a highly successful lawyer from the Washington, DC, area and the author of the popular Chambers of Justice series of legal thrillers. With his wife, Janet, he has also authored the historical novel Crown of Fire, which takes place in the 1500s against the turbulent backdrop of the Scottish Reformation.

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