Death Row

Death Row

Book - 2003
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Oklahoma attorney Ben Kincaid put his reputation on the line when he represented Ray Goldman who was charged with the torture and massacre of an entire suburban Tulsa. Seven years later, Goldman must face execution, but seconds before his execution, Erin Faulkner who escaped the massacre recants her testimony against Goldman. Suddenly, she is discovered dead and Ben Kincaid is the only witness to her confession.
Publisher: New York : Random House Ballantine Pub. Group, 2003
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780345441744
Branch Call Number: FIC Bernh
FIC Bernh
Characteristics: 305 p


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Oct 27, 2014

An entertaining read given that theres a growing list of convicted "killers" whose innocence was eventually proven after many years of incareration, last minute reprieves from the needle, and the difficulty in seeking legal relief after a jury has convicted! Yes the ending was enjoyable.... And Ive always been right to stay away from fast-food!

Krajzel Jul 16, 2012

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was totally unbelievable, which made it a lot of fun to read. A good story line, a fanciful plot, and quite a good read.

Sep 04, 2011

Much better than his previous book, even if the ending is quite farfetched

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