[KINDLE] ❃ Perfect Justice (Ben Kencaid, #4) By William Bernhardt – Pimply.info

Perfect Justice (Ben Kencaid, #4) Very good book, deals with issues that are still a problem for America today Very suspenseful, with a surprise ending R Rated for language and mature content, yes, I know, I read a lot of those kind of books, but I m afraid I have exhausted Didnt enjoy this one as much a sthe other three and almost gave up reading it I struggled a lot with the ASP and following that but I ket going and I am glad I did ended up being a great twist at the end.Symopis While vacationing in the Ouachita Mountains, Ben becomes embroiled in volatile small town polit I d give 3.5 stars if I could Maybe even 3.75, just not 4 A good read and continued character development in the series. I read 4 first as it is what they had at my library and it is great One of the best courtroom solve the crime books I have read Ben Kencaid and is cast are awesome. With Perfect Justice, William Bernhardt, takes his writing to the next level There is so much tension in this story that it is impossible not to read it straight through to the end to find out how he is going to resolve the complex plot and deal with the collection of challenging characters in the final 50 pages Ben Kincaid is back and displaysdim The fourth entry in the Ben Kincaid series, and one that I struggled with It s a quick, easy read, but the controversial topic of racism is not handled well, the plot wanders and, at times, doesn t make a lot of sense Ben and his assistant, Christine are camping in the Ouachita Mountains when a local court appointed attorney finds Ben and asks him to help on a murder trial, since he has no experience with murder trials Ben agrees, and Christine, finding out that this is related to a hate crim The fourth entry in the Ben Kincaid series, and one that I struggled with It s a quick, easy read, but the controversial topic of racism is not handled well, the plot wanders and, at times, doesn t make a lot of sense Ben and his assistant, Christine are camping in the Ouachita Mountains when a local court appointed attorney finds Ben and asks him to help on a murder trial, since he has no experience with murder trials Ben agrees, and Christine, finding out that this is related to a hate crime refuses to help Ben Following the usual course of William Bernhardt s books Another good installmentEven though this is only the 4th book in the series I am completely sucked inI just can not wait to readabout Ben and his friends and his staff.These are very fast paced books which areor less equal parts legal thriller and detective novels That is a combination which I truly enjoy If you like those genres you are going to enjoy these books at some level If you also like a book you can easily read in 5.5 7 hours or about 3 moderate sittings you w Another good installmentEven though this is only the 4th book in the series I am completely sucked inI just can not wait to readabout Ben and his friends and his staff.These are very fast paced books which areor less equal parts legal thriller and detective novels That is a combination which I truly enjoy If Great book Written with humour and compassion about a very difficult subject.A Vietnamese man is killed and the accused is a member of a semi militia group who believe in the supremacy of the Aryan race.Against his better judgement B 1993 BERNHARDT IS A MASTER LEGAL TOUR GUIDE, Taking The Reader Through The Labyrinth Of The Judicial System Of America S Heartland Mostly MurderA Young Vietnamese Immigrant Is Brutally Slaughtered By A Crossbow The Prime Suspect Is A Ruthless Member Of A White Supremacy Group When Attorney Ben Kincaid Reluctantly Agrees To Confer With The Presumed Murderer, He Encounters A Chilling Certainty An Innocent Man Has Been Cast As A Scapegoat To Rebalance The Scales Of Justice, Ben Chooses To Represent The Accused Man Thereby Placing Both Attorney And Client At The Explosive Center Of A Community Torn Apart By Xenophobia, Racism, And Violence.But The Real Fireworks Will Go Off In Court In An Incendiary Murder Trial With Twists Than A Dustbowl Tornado REWARDS ITS READERS WITH A GENUINELY SURPRISE ENDING WHILE ALSO RAISING SERIOUS ISSUES The Orlando Sentinel


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