Dark Justice by William BernhardtDark Justice by William Bernhardt

Dark Justice

byWilliam Bernhardt

Mass Market Paperback | December 15, 1999

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Suffering from courtroom burnout, attorney Ben Kincaid heads to the picturesque Pacific Northwest for some much-needed R and R. But Ben's blissful getaway becomes a busman's holiday in the small town of Magic Valley, where a pitched battle between the local logging industry and crusading conservationists has led to brutal murder.

Years earlier, professional activist George Zakin was successfully defended against a charge of murder by a fledgling attorney named Ben Kincaid. Now, accused of viciously killing a lumberjack, Zakin is counting on Ben to duplicate that long-ago courtroom coup. With the odds stacked against him, Ben walks into a war zone in the courtroom . . . and a potential killing field in Magic Valley, an explosive place where allies and enemies are hard to tell apart--and digging for the truth is as good as digging your grave.
William Bernhardt made his debut as a novelist with Primary Justice. His subsequent novels include Blind Justice, Deadly Justice, Perfect Justice--which won the Oklahoma Book Award and led The Vancouver Sun to dub the author "the American equivalent of P. G. Wodehouse or John Mortimer"--Double Jeopardy, Cruel Justice, Naked Justice, Th...
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Title:Dark JusticeFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:448 pages, 6.88 × 4.19 × 0.94 inPublished:December 15, 1999Publisher:Random House Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0345434765

ISBN - 13:9780345434760

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BERNHARDT IS A "MASTER OF THE COURTROOM DRAMA."
--Library Journal

"Thrillingly interwoven plots are Bernhardt's forte, a talent he once again demonstrates full-blown in [Dark Justice] . . . . Subplots swirl and crash around Ben's feet, but these only serve to enrich the entertainment value of this wonderfully riveting read."
--Booklist