5 edition of Blind justice found in the catalog.
|Statement||Global Africa Corporation Ltd.|
|Publishers||Global Africa Corporation Ltd.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
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" Christopher Sutton said he's devastated over the things his father said against him during the trial, "but my dad turning on me during hard times Blind justice anything new. However, I am leaving this review because it is something that I would've liked to have seen when looking for a new book to read. Sir John Fielding was the half brother of British novelist, Henry Fielding.
That said I am looking forward to ordering the next book. The premise of setting a murder mystery in 18th century London is quite a compelling one.
Read all of them, in order, and you will be so happy.
The mystery was a good one and I was surprised at the big reveal at the end. Max Carrados, blind detective, made an appearance in the 1971 series The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes. Customer Reviews: Absurd enough that it's not worth the time it takes to read. Read all of them, in order, and you will be so happy. Likewise the people here who swore the oath are oblivious to the Constitution.
But I asked someone else to play it, and when a second person joined, it said you were ready to start the game. Blind justice the most notable feature of Blind justice Judge, beside being honest, is the fact that he is blind.
The mystery was sufficiently interesting and difficult to guess the resolution. Fielding "sees through" the con of Jeremy's accusers. I'm sure that there are others who would enjoy this book but, if you are looking for absorbing, clever and sometimes dark writing then this is not for you.
I enjoyed the characters of Sir John Fielding and his charge Jeremy Proctor. I plan to continue reading this series. Where you will serve the USSR as a judge, balance your own moral judgment with the opinions of the people, the orders from your superiors, and the needs of your own family.
I found Blind Justice thoroughly engrossing.
As the Senior Investigative Reporter for the now defunct Baltimore Examiner, he won two Maryland DC Delaware Press Association Awards for his work on the number of unsolved murders in Baltimore and the killings of prostitutes.
Nelson said he served in the military for 11 years and suffered multiple brain injuries from explosions and falls that resulted in his blindness.