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  • Author:
    William Bernhardt
  • ISBN:
    0345486978
  • ISBN13:
    978-0345486974
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    Ballantine Books; 1st Printing edition (December 27, 2005)
  • Subcategory:
    Thrillers & Suspense
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  • Rating:
    4.2
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A Ben Kincaid Novel of Suspense (Book Two). Open Road Integrated Media. For Michel, Valerie, and Karis. They say Justice is bloind: That she is. And deef and doom and has a wooden leg, as well. Finley Peter Dunne’s Mister Dooley. In law, what plea so tainted and corrupt, But, being seasoned with a gracious voice Obscure the show of evil? William Shakespeare. The Merchant of Venice, Act III, scene ii. Prologue. HE RETURNED THE GUN to the end table drawer

Ben stepped into the living room of the apartment. Ben was beginning to get the drift, even if he did have to piece the story together like letters in a cryptogram. Did you try to intervene? Her head fell.

Ben stepped into the living room of the apartment. The television was on. Vanna White was spinning letters, but Mrs. Marmelstein did not appear to be paying much attention.

Book in the Ben Kincaid Series). by William Bernhardt. 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.

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Blind Justice ( Ben Kincaid - 2 ) William Bernhardt Out of corporate life and on his own, lawyer Ben Kincaid sees the seamy side of the . A Ben Kincaid Novel of Suspense (Book Two).

Blind Justice ( Ben Kincaid - 2 ) William Bernhardt 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.

Extreme Justice: A Ben Kincaid Novel of Suspense. Author: William Bernhardt. Publisher: Open Road Media, 1998. After years of struggling, Ben Kincaid shuts down his small legal office and decides to make a living doing something that-compared to practicing law in Tulsa-is easy money: playing jazz piano. His new career is just starting to take off when a body falls from the Emporium ceiling, knocking the wind out.

Perfect Justice is a whirlwind novel of suspense that addresses some of the most controversial issues of our time. William Bernhardt paints a riveting portrait of a town torn apart by xenophobia, racism, and violence. Ben Kincaid returns for a new tale of adventure, detection, and courtroom pyrotechnics: Perfect Justice. While vacationing in the Ouachita Mountains, Ben becomes embroiled in volatile small-town politics and a case of homicide fueled by hate. The crime: the brutal murder by a crossbow of a young Vietnamese immigrant.

By William Bernhardt. Category: Suspense & Thriller. There’s no glamour and little reward when it comes to defending the lowlifes who beat down his door. BLIND JUSTICE is a riveting, emotion-packed thriller in which guilt and innocence remain obscure and justice is a matter of opinion.

William Bernhardt is an American pense fiction author best known for his "Ben Kincaid" series of books. Bernhardt has sold more than 10 million books in the US and other countries throughout the world. He has been nominated for the Oklahoma Book Award seventeen times in three different categories (Fiction, Poetry, and Young Adult) and has twice won, in 1995 and 1999. In 1998 he received the Southern Writers Guild's Gold Medal Award.

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.

Tenius
I love this whole series starring Ben Kincaid as an attorney navigating through life and succeeding in spite of his humbleness. Bernhardt is a fabulous writer. He’s funny, ironic, and spot on with his characters, the same way Ed McBain was in his 87th Precinct novels. The stories are interesting, plots are interesting and believable because of the way Ben Kincaid handles it ... it doesn’t seem far fetched or ridiculous. One of my all time favorite authors and favorite series. Best to read the series from the beginning to keep up to date with the personal relationships in the series.
Shaktizragore
I am so happy when I read a second book in an series and it confirms you should be readinbg the series, the Ben Kincaid series is a good one in this second book, BLIND JUSTICE. The book is a mix of court room and investigation. I like the court room best.....WITH one big issue however...the judge doesn't like Kincaid, but no judge could get by with the antics of this character, it was just unbelievable. But the reat of the story was a solid second book. Kinmcaid defends a murder suspect and feels out of hos league in this trial. This book is evidently is setting up things for the following books. On to three. RECOMMENDED
Binar
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.
Goldendragon
OK I gave this book 4 stars because I've read better legal thrillers BUT that doesn't mean this isn't another good one. Blind Justice is second in a series and I did like it better than the first book, but, like I said it's not a top shelf book for me. The character, Ben, is a defense attorney with a very small practice in Oklahoma. He is always getting cases defending the underdogs, and Ben & his team work hard to prove their client's innocence. The characters are likable, real people and the subjects are timely. Overall it's a good book, suspenseful - well maybe but nothing like some of the really scary ones out there... definitely interesting legal read.
Kazracage
Very Good Legal Thriller! Filled with surprises, full of suspense, a book that is hard to put down until you are finished, then you want to start the next one in the series. I have read the Ben Kincaid books from Book 1 clear through to Book 8, which I just finished. They are similar in their writing, but all are very different, each with a different theme. Both sides of the story are shown, so you may have a hard time deciding which side you actually favor. I can't wait to start Book 9!
Leyl
Compared to the first Kincaid novel, the second is a farce. The novel starts out pleasantly enough. Kincaid's friend, and accomplished legal assistant's car is rear ended, and Kincaid successfully sues and wins the case.

The individual driving the other car invites Kincaid's friend to his motel room is shot to death while his friend is in the room, and she is charged with his murder.

From this point on, however, the novel devolves into a Keystone Cops-like affair (although by no means funny). The antics of the judge, in open court, presiding over a murder trial, (who readers will remember from the first Kincaid novel), would make an attorney vomit. The leeway permitted by the judge to the prosecutor, likewise.

In addition, between court appearances, there is very action, and way too much unassociated drivel. Page upon page of extgended commentary about irrelevant events and activities. I skimmed through page after page looking for relevant content.

This is not a good read. I sincerely believe it was ghost-written by another author who was pressured, maybe by the publisher, to get the novel into print. Readers beware! I deemed the next Kincaid novel, "Blind Justice", to be so bad that I removed it from my Kindle after the first quarter
Jonariara
a good easy read
I had missed reading this book and it went back to when he started his law practice so I already knew a lot about what happened to him in the future since I have read all of his other books.