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GUILTY OF INNOCENCE By JAKE BRECK
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This is a work touching on the themes of disillusionment and alienation in youth, and in passing, tribalism in Kenya. To reclaim their 'lost' selves, they go through various changes that leave some... More > of them shattered, and some, their life irreparable. "...Guilty of Innocence is in the order of Portnoy’s Complaint and Fools Paradise. Its aim: to give them people a chance to relive it again, to rejuvenate the past." His is a hazy world, understandable only through his eyes. Fresh in the university, everything is bewildering, and he tries to make a bewildering sense of it; sorting the issues out into a set of a life system that is strange to us - certainly it must be strange to him too, though he tells it all in a way that is casual about it, as though nothing is amiss. But believe it or not, it does not appear strange to him. To him, it is only bewildering, extremely bewildering, as he strives to achieve the 'cool'.< Less
GUILTY OF INNOCENCE By JAKE BRECK
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This is a work touching on the themes of disillusionment and alienation in youth, and in passing, tribalism in Kenya. To reclaim their 'lost' selves, they go through various changes that leave some... More > of them shattered, and some, their life irreparable. "...Guilty of Innocence is in the order of Portnoy’s Complaint and Fools Paradise. Its aim: to give them people a chance to relive it again, to rejuvenate the past." His is a hazy world, understandable only through his eyes. Fresh in the university, everything is bewildering, and he tries to make a bewildering sense of it; sorting the issues out into a set of a life system that is strange to us - certainly it must be strange to him too, though he tells it all in a way that is casual about it, as though nothing is amiss. But believe it or not, it does not appear strange to him. To him, it is only bewildering, extremely bewildering, as he strives to achieve the 'cool'.< Less
Guilty of Innocence By Jake Breck
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This is a work touching on the themes of disillusionment and alienation in youth, and in passing, tribalism in Kenya. To reclaim their 'lost' selves, they go through various changes that leave some... More > of them shattered, and some, their life irreparable. "...Guilty of Innocence is in the order of Portnoy’s Complaint and Fools Paradise. Its aim: to give them people a chance to relive it again, to rejuvenate the past." His is a hazy world, understandable only through his eyes. Fresh in the university, everything is bewildering, and he tries to make a bewildering sense of it; sorting the issues out into a set of a life system that is strange to us - certainly it must be strange to him too, though he tells it all in a way that is casual about it, as though nothing is amiss. But believe it or not, it does not appear strange to him. To him, it is only bewildering, extremely bewildering, as he strives to achieve the 'cool'.< Less
Guilty or Innocent By Lloyd Bruce Miller
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One doesn't, in practice, always get the benefit of doubt. A defendant may well find himself guilty until proven innocent. In this book, the author attempts to win the reader over to his innocence,... More > by giving an account and explanation of himself. Thus, he tells his thoughts and experiences which he feels might be relevant to the accusation against him. There is no actual legal case. But on a purely personal level, he feels he is misunderstood, and so is motivated to explain himself. The book suggests that a defendant might do well to take the stand in his own behalf, rather than allow the prosecution to do all the work of presenting evidence. This would be true, though, only if the defendant were truly innocent.< Less
Guilty or Innocent By Lloyd Bruce Miller
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One doesn't, in practice, always get the benefit of doubt. A defendant may well find himself guilty until proven innocent. In this book, the author attempts to win the reader over to his innocence,... More > by giving an account and explanation of himself. Thus, he tells his thoughts and experiences which he feels might be relevant to the accusation against him. There is no actual legal case. But on a purely personal level, he feels he is misunderstood, and so is motivated to explain himself. The book suggests that a defendant might do well to take the stand in his own behalf, rather than allow the prosecution to do all the work of presenting evidence. This would be true, though, only if the defendant were truly innocent.< Less
Guilty Innocence By Ashleigh Watson
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Through the eyes of Sam Kingston, we face the death of her sister, Angela, the everyday struggles of homosexuality, the rejection she feels from her adoptive parents and falling in love with the... More > beautiful Molly. When foul play is suspected in Angela's death, it is up to Sam to piece together just what happened that evening: September 5th. But with every decision having the potential to damage her completely, impact on justice or put the only person she loves in danger, just how far will Sam go to get her revenge? Who is guilty? Who is innocent?< Less
The Guilty Is Innocent By Sean W. Cooper
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Justin Pikk is a normal man living a normal life, until his life flips around right before the New Year when he is accused of committing one “crime”, which possibly lead to several... More > others. Warning: Contains some profanity and violence.< Less
The Guilty Is Innocent By Sean W. Cooper
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Justin Pikk is a normal man living a normal life, until his life flips around right before the New Year when he is accused of committing one “crime”, which possibly led to several... More > others. Warning: Contains some profanity and violence.< Less
The Guilty Is Innocent By Sean W. Cooper
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Justin Pikk is a normal man living a normal life, until his life flips around right before the New Year when he is accused of committing one “crime”, which possibly led to several... More > others. Warning: Contains some profanity and violence.< Less
IPG - Innocent Proved Guilty By Michael Fitzalan
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Stumbling on his brother's body, Phillip Hayward needs to find the killer fast, especially as his footprint is at the crime scene. Chas and Musar help Phil but Diana Deverill, a glamorous reporter,... More > and Chief Inspector Lord, the investigating officer, are both determined to find him. He has to stay free but has he enough friends to help him remain at large? His only concern is to find whoever murdered his brother. In order to do that he has to stay out of prison as long as possible. Phil is an archetypical 'nice guy' but has he been nice enough for people to help him in his hour of need?< Less