Blind Revenge

Blind Revenge

by Bob Tait


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Blind Revenge by Bob Tait

Julian Reichert stared in disbelief as the woman who called herself Angeline Reichert walked into the courtroom. It was as if time was moving one frame at a time; click, click, click when he watched this woman, an image from his past, walk to the plaintiff's table and sit next to her attorneys. It was his sister Angeline, the Angeline he saw lowered into her grave more than thirty years earlier. Julian sat stunned and numb. This could not be! It was only when Gavin McGowan, the Veterinarian and friend of his father, took the witness stand that Julian learned of the bizarre chain of events that dropped this sister into his life where she would challenge his role as the heir to the Reichert empire. Conspiracy and murder, including two attempts on his own life, awaken Julian to the realization that his father has harbored a diabolical secret, a secret known only to the charismatic vet who stuns the court with his story.

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ISBN-13: 9781475972108
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 01/30/2013
Pages: 452
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.01(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed Blind Revenge. I ride horses, enjoy the great outdoors and read mystery books. I enjoyed "riding" along watching the surroundings of the valleys and canyons of the ranch. The Reichert family is complicated, full of the lack of trust and thinking of ways to get back at Julian for what he has. The story of Angeline Reinchert woven around and amongst hate, mistrust and believing what she is owed, takes the reader through the book making one want to read more.  The trickery thrives throughout the book making one want to continue reading and not put the book down. Good job Mr. Tait! Jeanette Gehrke, Ed.D.