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William Bernhardt

William Bernhardt

·3.85·15,685 Ratings
“ Learning never exhausts the mind. ” ― Leonardo da Vinci
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  • Blind Justice (Ben Kencaid, #2)

    2005·
    ·3.9·671 Ratings
    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 choi
  • Dark Eye (Susan Pulaski, #1)

    2006·
    ·3.71·360 Ratings
    Sometimes her eyes seduce. Sometimes they stare straight at the kind of sights most people turn away from. But in the blazing neon and searing sun of Las Vegas, she can’t see the man who is watching her and thinking to himself: She is the one. . . .From
  • Capitol Threat (Ben Kincaid, #15)

    2007·
    ·3.76·406 Ratings
    When Oklahoma attorney Ben Kincaid came to Washington, D.C., to defend a senator caught in a red-hot sex scandal turned murder case, he never dreamed he’d end up trading the courtroom for the senate chamber. And after his not-so-distinguished client ste
  • Final Round

    2003·
    ·3.4·165 Ratings
    In the glamorous world of professional golf, one match is synonymous with excellence, tradition, and prestige. The Masters is played on the sweeping fairways of Georgia’s exclusive Augusta National Golf Club, drawing an annual pilgrimage of Lear jetting
  • Capitol Murder (Ben Kincaid, #14)

    2006·
    ·3.86·567 Ratings
    William Bernhardt’s bestselling novels featuring Oklahoma defense attorney Ben Kincaid capture the bare-knuckles reality of high-stakes criminal defense, as lofty ideals of justice clash with power, corruption, and wealth. In Capitol Murder, Bernhardt
  • Perfect Justice (Ben Kencaid, #4)

    1995·
    ·3.95·958 Ratings
    "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
  • Silent Justice (Ben Kincaid, #9)

    2001·
    ·3.98·350 Ratings
    When a powerful corporation is charged with dumping toxic chemicals into a community's drinking water and killing innocent children, Ben Kincaid knows the class action suit is a suicide mission. Facing off against the small Kincaid staff is Tulsa's larges
  • Deadly Justice (Ben Kencaid, #3)

    1993·
    ·3.84·369 Ratings
    "Bernhardt is a master legal tour guide, taking the reader through the labyrinth of the judicial system of America's heartland."--Mostly MurderBen Kincaid is not a superstar attorney. In Tulsa, Oklahoma, there are only a few lawyers who win headlines and
  • Strip Search (Susan Pulaski #2)

    2007·
    ·3.62·360 Ratings
    She likes the sudden seconds of sheer terror. The neon dreams fit perfectly with the dreams that wake her up at night: about the man she loved and lost, about the constant temptations in her life, and about the odds that inevitably she’ll be in the righ
  • Natural Suspect

    2002·
    ·3.44·83 Ratings
    What Carl Hiaasen and a host of South Florida’s finest authors did for Sunshine State crime capers in the New York Times bestseller Naked Came the Manatee, William Bernhardt now does for legal thrillers–with the help of a "Dream Team" of today’s hot
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