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Capitol Betrayal by William Bernhardt
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Aug 14, 2014

it was amazing
bookshelves: read-since-retirement, reviewed
Read in April, 2011

With his final Ben Kincaid novel, William Bernhardt does a fantastic job of weaving an intricate and well told tale while still maintaining the wonderful personalities of his continuing characters. This was not just icing on a wonderful cake it was a full and robust final course in a fabulous banquet of relevant and exciting individual courses, eighteen in all. I will miss Ben and his colleagues, but I look forward for a new banquet to come as well as those individual feasts that Bernhardt has served up before in his none-Kincaid works. I had the pleasure of attending Mr. Bernhardt's Level Two workshop in Honolulu this year and can attest to his ability to effectively share the skills that are so evident in his work to those of us who are striving to share our own visions in print. He puts an enormous amount of effort into his work to make it look effortless and succeeds admirably.

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