Butch Karp and Marlene Ciampi discover themselves working on two sides of the same case when a set of double homicides rocks downtown Manhattan. A bloody warning scrawled on the wall above a murdered elderly couple sends the Jewish community reeling into a tension-filled confrontation with the city's Arab population. In neighboring Brooklyn, a 16-year-old Arab runaway seeks refuge in Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen, where she becomes caught up in the ugly world of prostitution and drugs. After murderously defending herself against a malicious pimp, she escapes into a woman's shelter on the Lower East Side, into the helping hands of Marlene.
As special prosecutor, Butch joins the hunt for the double murderers, finding himself in conflict with his own Jewish heritage, and with the realization that Marlene's case is inextricably linked with his own. As tensions build and fear escalates, New York City becomes a powder-keg of twisted emotions in a case of kill or be killed.
©2010 Robert K. Tanenbaum (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Probably not. Narrator speaks so fast it is hard to understand him at times. I prefer other Tanenbaum narrators.
Other Butch Karp / Marlene Ciampi books.
Talks way, way to fast. Very hard to understand.
I've read most of Tanenbaum's books. Good author, but the stories got very weird in his later books. Lots of terrorist crap.
The early works are very fun.
The story is action packed with the lives of the Karp family being a little more believable than later books. The narrator makes the calamity lol funny. Enjoyed this better by far than any other of the Butch Karp books. Wish James Daniels would narrate more if his books - it would make them far more enjoyable.
tron - always adds spice to these stories
Everything...his delivery of the action, dialogue and scenes are just plain entertaining.
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