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Hate Crime (Ben Kincaid Series #13)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2013

    Boring

    Almost as boring as Fay Kellerman

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2005

    Just when you think you have solved the case...ANOTHER twist comes into play.

    This novel is about 2 college kids who are on trial for torturing and killing a homosexual because he supposedly 'hit on' 1 of the 2 college kids. This is a pretty graphic book for those who choose to read it also! This is one of the many books that has character Ben Kinkaid in it. There are LOTS and LOTS of twists in this book. If you read this you won't be able to put it down until the end.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2004

    great book...tough read...

    William Bernhardt's hate crime, had a terrific plot, and many pitfalls of drama. The beginning starts off with a bang, and really hooks the readers. And the ending is also very gripping. But the middle is a little...for lack of a better word... boring. The plot is drawn out to a dull roar.. The characters are well developed and the almighty Ben Kincad returns for yet another great adventure. This is a tale of murder and suspicion, but it was found guilty in my personal favor.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2004

    A ROLLERCOASTER RIDE FROM BEGINNING TO END!

    The plot superb, the suspense gripping. the mystery enticing, and the characters 3-dimensional! What more can one ask? Just when the climactic point was reached, the denoument seemed rather lengthy...to my surprise, there were more jolts, spins and turns until the very end!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2003

    ne surprise after another -Great legal thriller

    Some crimes are more repulsive than others are, as Major Mike Morelli of the Tulsa PD Homicide Division knows very well. He along with the FBI and a swat team are trying to rescue an eight-year-old boy who was kidnapped eight days ago. The police know where they are and plan to neutralize the kidnappers so they will not kill the boy. When they finally make a move, the child is unharmed but the kidnappers are missing........................................ In Chicago, two homophobic college men beat a gay bartender within an inch of his life but they leave him alive when they walked away. His body was found in the perpetrator¿s fraternity house very much dead. When one of the defendants and his lawyer is killed in open court, the remaining defendant¿s mother asks lawyer Ben Kincaid to defend him. He declines for personal reasons but his partner agrees to take the case not realizing everyone connected to the case is in danger because it is linked back to the kidnapping in Tulsa.............................................. William Bernhardt is one of the best writers of legal thrillers in today¿s competitive sub-genre. His protagonist is a vulnerable champion of the underdog who believes everyone has the right to an attorney. The reason he refuses the case involving a relationship he had with the suspect¿s mother that ended badly and gives the reader a glimpse into his battered soul. When he becomes involved in the case, he does not let his personal feelings interfere with the job and readers will root for him to prevail even though they detest the person he represents...................................... Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2003

    good author

    i always read his books. they are always good. hope he continues the writing.

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