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Blind Justice (The Ben Kincaid Novels, 2) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

William Bernhardt

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When a friend is accused of murder, Ben Kincaid battles to clear her name

Ben Kincaid is too honest for corporate law. When his refusal to compromise his ideals gets him tossed out of Tulsa’s largest, most corrupt firm, he hangs out his shingle on the rough side of town. He works for peanuts—and occasionally chickens—but is safe in the knowledge that he is helping people who have nowhere else to turn. His newest client is also one of his oldest friends: Christina McCall, a onetime colleague in the world of corporate law. Christina is beautiful, daringly dressed, and on trial for a murder she didn’t commit.
The last thing Christina remembers is the smell of her mother’s perfume. When she comes out of her stupor, her client is dead, the gun is in her hand, and the police are cuffing her wrists. Proving her innocence may be an impossible, but the impossible is becoming Kincaid’s specialty.

Biographie de l'auteur

William Bernhardt made his debut as a novelist with Primary Justice, a bestseller that launched what Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine called "one of the best new series going." Bernhardt's subsequent novels include Blind Justice, Deadly Justice, Perfect Justice (which won the Oklahoma Book Award), Cruel Justice, and Double Jeopardy. His most recent novel is Naked Justice.

As an attorney, William Bernhardt has received several awards for his public service, and (in 1993) he was named one of the top twenty-five young lawyers in the nation. He lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with his wife, Kirsten, and their children, Harry and Alice.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1011 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 320 pages
  • Editeur : Road (2 octobre 2012)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B0099HZUSC
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Blind Justice in search of a plot 11 décembre 2000
Par "zwerver" - Publié sur
There is simply no credible plot in this already very thin story. There are occasional glimpses of humor and interesting content, but as a whole the books falls flat because it is just too lacking in plot and character development. It reminds me of the books for teenagers that I used to read as a youngster. The plots were often marked by facile manipulation, but I read them with fascination because every development was interesting. Grown-up readers should expect a lot more from a lawyer-thriller.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 intense, unpredictable, and sometimes funny 23 juillet 1998
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This is the second of the series of Justice books written by Mr. Bernhardt. One thing I am enjoying is reading about recurring characters. I feel that I am journeying through these ordeals with the characters, Ben Kincaid, and his legal assistant, Christina McCall. Unlike many other writers, Bernhardt adds a touch of humour to his stories, though they are very serious and well-written. His hero, Ben, is not the James Bond type. He's more of an intellectual who thinks on his feet, and doesn't care much about the macho scene. In Blind Justice, the hero is forced to defend his future legal assistant against a murder charge. The evidence is piled up against her, yet Ben doesn't despair. I liked it a lot, and am continuing reading the rest of the series.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Just so-so 18 décembre 2012
Par I.Peters - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
While the protagonist, Ben Kincaid, is quite likable, the plot as well as some of the other characters in the book are a bit out there. I don't want to give details of the story, but to me many of those twists and turns seemed to have been introduced by the author for the sole purpose of bringing the plot to a conclusion - without much regard for logic or probability. The result was that many of the characters appear to be almost cartoon-ish and that kept interfering with the thriller aspect of the story, i.e. suspense was hard to come by.

It was not the worst book I ever read by a long shot, but I will probably not buy more by this author. As someone who loves well-written thrillers with good and credible plots, this one was lacking a bit too much in that area.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A GREAT EASY READ!!!!! 18 octobre 2001
Par Mac Blair - Publié sur
What a great book. No, it is not scary, no it does not use a lot of ugly, ugly words, no it will not keep you up at night from being scared. It is a really good mystery that will hold your attention and make you want to skip pages to find out how it will end. Ben is a good attorney that has people on his mind and not money. Christina is a good character. I liked her and Jones and Loving. I really hope these four form a group, "family" if you please, that will be in book three. Ben is not afraid to fight the people in charge, he will tangle with any one and sometimes in very funny ways. Who else would let chickens stay in his office for a while? Can't wait to read the next one.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Decent Throw-away book 18 novembre 2009
Par rry007 - Publié sur
I decided to try out Ben Kincaid after reading all the good reviews about this series. Its not bad, but its not that good either. Kincaid, who recently started his own law firm, is having trouble brining in clients and getting paid. One night, his good friend, legal assistant Christina McCall, goes to the house of Tony Lombardi for drinks. Hours later she wakes up, drugged, and Lombardi is dead. The police have charged her with his murder, and now it is up to Kincaid to save Christina.

There were some parts which were funny. I genuinely like Kincaid's character, but was puzzled as to the storytelling. It seemed more fitting that it be told from Kincaid's point of view rather than third person. The way it was written, there was a bit of disconnect between the dialogue and Ben's observations and thoughts. It was an easy read, and somewhat interesting. The ending was not what I was expected, so I was surprised. The only other thing I didn't like was the fact that Christina got involved with Lombardi in the first place. As a legal assistant and Lombardi being her employer's client, it seemed not only unethical, but something that wouldn't happen in real life.
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