Blind Justice: A Novel Of Suspense by William Bernhardt

Blind Justice: A Novel Of Suspense

byWilliam Bernhardt

Mass Market Paperback | December 27, 2005

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Out of corporate life and on his own, lawyer Ben Kincaid sees the seamy side of the law every day. There's no glamour and little reward when it comes to defending the lowlifes who beat down his door. But when a friend is set up for murder, Ben has no choice but to enter the world of hardball litigation and face a judge who despises him in a trial he is guaranteed to lose.

BLIND JUSTICE is a riveting, emotion-packed thriller in which guilt and innocence remain obscure and justice is a matter of opinion.

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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...
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Title:Blind Justice: A Novel Of SuspenseFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 6.82 × 4.14 × 0.9 inPublished:December 27, 2005Publisher:Random House Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0345486978

ISBN - 13:9780345486974

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"Bernhardt is a master legal tour guide, taking the reader through the labyrinth of the judicial system of America's heartland".

-- Mostly Murder