In his 15th novel featuring the brilliant Assistant District Attorney Butch Karp, Robert K. Tanenbaum delivers a smart, suspenseful tale of justice lost and found in the Big Apple. Tanenbaum focuses on an escaped killer named Felix, who hunts down the NYPD detectives who arrested him years ago after Felix committed a double homicide.
Against a backdrop of Russian mobsters and corrupt lawyers, Butch and Marlene are on a mission to restore the system's lost dignity and bring the rapists to justice. All the while terrorists are at it again, planning to blow the roof off Times Square on New Year's Eve. Alas, the Karp family finds itself in lethal jeopardy, and to survive, they must team up and fight their greatest battle yet.
A sexually-charged thriller of extraordinary originality, The Girls He Adored moves furiously from the inner recesses of the psyche to a startling climax. Jonathan Nasaw brilliantly portrays two equally intense characters - a deviant killer and the expert who can unlock his darkest secrets - and introduces one of the most likeable sleuths in recent fiction.
New York Times best-selling author Robert K. Tanenbaum delivers his grittiest, most ethically challenging thriller yet, as New York chief assistant district attorney Butch Karp fights for his family in the wilds of West Virginia's coal mining country.
"Now I remember why I loathe abridgements"
After the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, First Sergeant Daniel Hendrex was dispatched along with his unit, Dragon Company, to Husaybah, a small town bordering Syria in the Sunni-dominated Al Anbar province of Iraq. It was at this checkpoint, amidst relentless attacks, that Daniel and his men found the most effective ally of the war effort in the most unlikely of sources.
"Heartwarming Story in the Midst of War"
New York District Attorney Butch Karp goes head-to-head with a crooked wannabe mayor, the rap underworld, and rogue churchmen in yet another pile-driving thriller in this New York Times best-selling series.
This modern war is vastly different from the battles Kelly's father and grandfather fought and from the young lieutenant's own experience during Operation Desert Storm. Minutes after the Marines' celebrated landing, one of Kelly's men kills an armed Somali bodyguard, and Kelly finds himself in the center of a maelstrom. He must act quickly to deflect a vociferous outcry from members of the international press corps, censure by his Marine superiors, and the possibility of losing the loyalty of his men.