By Grif Stockley
Justice...or the appropriate Revenge?Like the South the place he used to be born, Gideon web page is haunted via the prior. provided a shot at redemption and revenge, he returns to his place of birth of endure Creek, Arkansas, to shield a guy accused of a freelance killinghired via none except the rich landowner who as soon as destroyed Gideon's circle of relatives. but because the case unfolds, Gideon reveals it is extra advanced and unsafe than he'd imagined. In an international of outdated hatreds, misplaced loves, and crumbling kinfolk myths, Gideon is stuck among his specialist instincts and his own wishes. Now, he needs to take advantage of painful collection of his lifestyles, to settle an previous score...or enable a killer move loose.
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Page has reason to hope the worst for Taylor: they had been boyhood friends until the Taylor family cheated Page's mother out of her property. But nothing turns out as expected, which adds to the pleasure and believability. Other Page-turners available in paperback: Expert Testimony, Illegal Motion, Probable Cause, and Religous Conviction. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. From Kirkus Reviews It's old-home week for Gideon Page when Latrice Bledsoe asks him to come back to Bear Creek, Arkansas, to defend her meatpacker husband Doss on a charge of taking money from Paul Taylor to kill Willie Ting, the boss at Southern Pride Meats.
Both towns have been more prosperous than Bear Creek, but I remind myself prosperity is a relative term in the Delta these days. As I unsuccessfully try to eavesdrop, it occurs to me that I have deliberately avoided making inquiries about the case through the white community first. Why? The answer is obvious, now that I permit myself to think about it. I would have been pressured to turn down Bledsoe’s case, and I might have done so. For the first time, I allow myself to guess who Paul has employed to represent him, but I know already that he must have hired Dick Dickerson, who is considered one of the best trial attorneys in the state.
Maybe he isn’t as rich as I thought. I open the door and am greeted by a young black secretary behind a desk and a typewriter. “You lookin’ for Sheriff Bonner? ” She has an old-fashioned bushy ‘fro that I haven’t seen in twenty years. Maybe eighteen at the most, she has an infectious smile that draws a smile from me. The last time I was in this building the only black face was behind a broom. ” I ask. “You sure can,” she says brightly. ” I take off my overcoat and sit down across from her. I’ve drunk enough coffee today to float a battleship, but one more cup won’t hurt.
Blind Judgment: A Gideon Page Novel by Grif Stockley