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Clear and Convincing Proof: A Barbara Holloway Novel | [Kate Wilhelm]

Clear and Convincing Proof: A Barbara Holloway Novel

Because he is poised to desecrate the dreams of so many, it's no surprise that somebody dares to stop him in cold blood. When David McIvey is murdered outside the clinic's doors, lawyer Barbara Holloway must use her razor-sharp instincts and take-no-prisoners attitude to create a defense for the two members of the clinic accused of his murder.
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Publisher's Summary

The Kelso-McIvey rehabilitation center is a place of hope and healing for both its patients and dedicated staff. And for its directors, it's a lifelong dream that's about to be destroyed, if David McIvey has his way. A brilliant surgeon but a man whose ego rivals his skill with a scalpel, David McIvey now plans to close the clinic and replace it with a massive new surgery center, with himself at the helm.

Because he is poised to desecrate the dreams of so many, it's no surprise that somebody dares to stop him in cold blood. When David McIvey is murdered outside the clinic's doors, lawyer Barbara Holloway must use her razor-sharp instincts and take-no-prisoners attitude to create a defense for the two members of the clinic accused of his murder.

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©2003 Kate Wilhelm; (P)2003 Blackstone Audiobooks

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"Wilhelm claims a leading place in the ranks of trial-suspense writers." (Publishers Weekly)
"One of the masters of psychological fiction in America." (San Francisco Chronicle)

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    Don Austin, TX, USA 02-15-05
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    "Another Good One"

    Enjoyed the story. Each Kate Wilhem book is unique enough that they all seem fresh. Anna Fields did a good job with the reading. Although she has one nasally male voice she sometimes uses the rest of the voices are good and the narrative is read with just the right expressiveness.

    6 of 6 people found this review helpful
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    Corinne Washington, DC, United States 09-30-09
    Corinne Washington, DC, United States 09-30-09 Member Since 2004
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    "OK not great"

    I've been rationing myself on the Wilhelm books read by Anna Field since Field & Wilhelm seem linked in my mind (and with Field's death that will end). This book was just OK. It's got all the elements of the other Wilhelm's I've read (grumpy but loving father, cooking, Barbara's commitment, analysis, Bailey's eccentricity etc.), but the story was too contrived for me. The revelation of the guilty person seemed pulled out of a hat. Not a bad book - jut OK.

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    Alex Laguna Beach, CA, USA 02-04-05
    Alex Laguna Beach, CA, USA 02-04-05 Member Since 2003
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    "A good short unabridged Kate Wilhelm Story"

    A good short unabridged Kate Wilhelm story. I have read 4 others & love her books. They are a good blend of legal problem solving, sleuthing, and enough action to keep the pace up. The more I read the books and became familiar with the charactors, the more I wanted. I recommend it.

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    Gail Goodwin 02-25-04 Member Since 2000
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    "2/2004"

    I love her books but this is read in voices for each character and it is very difficult to listen to. I assume the story is good but have trouble discovering.

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    BRADFORD 08-13-07
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    "SKIP IT!"

    I have listened to over 150 books from Audible and this is one I should have just skipped. It contained no likable characters, an uninteresting plot and a ridiculous ending. Not much going for this listen as far as Im concerned.

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