Crime of Privilege

Crime of Privilege

A Novel

eBook - 2013
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Pitted against a powerful family when he reopens the scandalous case of a young woman's unsolved murder, George Becket is forced to confront a haunting mistake from his own past while outmaneuvering wealth-driven corruption.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2013
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780345541543
0345541545
Characteristics: 1 online resource (413 p.)

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cheadlebeagle
Feb 28, 2015

This book started well and I found it quite engrossing but it was too long and repetitive and could have done with a good editor.

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Pisinga
Jan 29, 2015

What a confusing book! Hope that in reality all that is connected with the activities of lawyers, not so confusing. In the book there are good sarcastic, humorous phrases - in the mouth of the protagonist.

sdkresch Mar 07, 2014

A beautifully written tale that addresses moral questions that all individuals face. Compelling more from the perspective of characters than plot twists.

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maki
Oct 07, 2013

A real time waster. No surprises which I was hoping for after plodding through the book. You needed a "dance card" to keep track of the characters and who was where. In the end I didn't really care!

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