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Double Jeopardy: A Novel of Suspense (English Edition) Formato Kindle

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Lunghezza: 418 pagine Miglioramenti tipografici: Abilitato Lingua: Inglese

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Handed a rotten case, a lawyer will risk his life to uncover the truth

A young woman is abducted by six men, beaten, raped, and left for dead. She can only identify one of her assailants: Al Moroconi, a tough guy whose links to the attack are only circumstantial. And when Moroconi’s first lawyer is brutally murdered, the court appoints Travis Byrne, an ex-cop turned attorney, to defend him. In a lifetime of bad breaks, this will prove the worst piece of luck Byrne has ever had.
Someone is trying to frame Moroconi, but why? Byrne is determined to answer this question, but doing so will see him  threatened, beaten, and framed for murder. And as he attempts to clear his name, Byrne uncovers a sickening secret for which the original crime was only a cover-up. Only the truth can save him, but in a case like this, the truth could cost him his life.

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
  • Dimensioni file: 864 KB
  • Lunghezza stampa: 418
  • Numeri di pagina fonte ISBN: 0345397843
  • Editore: Road (2 ottobre 2012)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B0099HTXH6
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HASH(0x9cccf1b0) su 5 stelle Superbly stupid 6 settembre 2006
Di Ed Itor - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile
As an avid reader of several genres, I was completely disappointed with Berhhardt's (Bryne?)Double Jeopardy. I suppose the jeopardy was in buying the book. The first few pages,including the opening trial scene were fairly good - then the plot becomes increasingly incredible, implausible, and just plain silly. A crime/legal/murder novel should at least have some plausibility - this book has zero. I only kept reading it to see how inane the plot would become. I ended up hating the book so much, I would not have been displeased had the hero been put out of his misery - that ending might have redeemed the book.
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HASH(0x9d29ea38) su 5 stelle An engaging, exciting and satisfying chase novel. 25 agosto 1997
Di A H - Pubblicato su
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The legal thriller genre has been overshadowed by the Grishams of the land, unfortunately obscuring some very skilled writers like William Bernhardt. This novel begins as a courtroom drama but soon develops into a fast-paced chase plotline a la The Fugitive. There's an edge here that Grisham seems to have lost; readers disappointed by Grisham's latest overly planned-out novels will find a fresh sense of recklessness, uncertainty and spontanaeity in Bernhardt. Well-written, deft characterization, and satisfying plot twists. Two thumbs up
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HASH(0x9d1da600) su 5 stelle I NEVER KNEW 'WHO DONE IT' - TILL THE VERY END! 13 settembre 2000
Di Dorothy L. Irwin - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile
I love GOOD mysteries - especially those involving court cases; cops and lawyers and Bernardt certainly gives me all that in his books. He also respects his characters - and I love the fact that, be it Travis Byrne or Bern Kincaid (his main lawyering men), uphold the law and fight for the rights of the defendant no matter how much we hate the crime. The law is the law! I totally appreciate the fact that the secretary/paralegal/female attorney character's in his book(s) are treated with respect and given intelligence and a sense of humor. All of Bernard's books have the same theme - and that is that justice does prevail and one way or another and that crime does not pay. Good stuff Bernardt. I can't wait till I tackle the next own. So glad to know that the caliber of writing I respect is out there and that Bernardt provides it.
HASH(0x9d434d38) su 5 stelle A waste of time. 16 luglio 2004
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Formato: Copertina flessibile
As a fan of William Bernhardt I am sorely disappointed. I've enjoyed tremendously other titles by him and was expecting, if not a flawless book, at least one that would not stretch my easily stretchable credulity past the breaking point. It's a silly book. I'm grateful I checked it out from the library.
HASH(0x9f7174d0) su 5 stelle Enjoyable book 25 marzo 2015
Di Larry Fitzpatrick - Pubblicato su
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There was some suspense and mystery, but mostly it was just fun. None of the characters were really good at what they did, Travis and Cavanough were more lucky then good. It was hard to figure out how it would end, but you knew the good guys would win.