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Now a number one Netflix documentary series. Get the full shocking story about billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein in this number one New York Times best-selling and definitive book.

Jeffrey Epstein rose from humble origins into the New York City and Palm Beach elite. A college dropout with an instinct for numbers - and for people - Epstein amassed his wealth through a combination of access and skill. But even after he had it all, Epstein wanted more. That unceasing desire - and especially a taste for underage girls - resulted in sexual-abuse charges, to which he pleaded guilty and received a shockingly lenient sentence. Included here are police interviews with girls who have alleged sexual abuse by Epstein, details of the investigation against him, and a new introduction with up-to-the-minute developments on the case, including Epstein's death by suicide.

An explosive true story from the world's most popular thriller writer, Filthy Rich is a riveting tale of wealth, power, and the easy price of justice for America's wealthiest citizens.

©2016 James Patterson, John Connolly, Tim Malloy (P)2016 Hachette Audio

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Not for the faint of heart

If you want to dig deeper into the perverted and depraved life of Jeffery Epstein, then go for it. If you are squeamish about lurid details of the calculated molestation of teenage girls, then take a pass.
The narration is very well done, including the sworn testimonies of the young girls.women who were the brave ones who came forward to expose this POS sex-slave trafficking of underage girls.
Yes, it is the sad reality that we all know to be the case in the USA, i.e., the rich get off and the poor go to jail. Now that the SDNY has opened a new case against one of the world's most vulgar and evil humans, it will be interesting to see how it all shakes out. All of the conjecture and rumors are just that, that is, does Epstein have compromising sex-related material on some of the most powerful people on the planet? I guess time will tell.
This is not a truly investigative reporting, trust the Miami Herald for that information. But, the book does give you a detailed overview of the players, the criminal investigators and scummy criminal lawyers like Alan Dershowitz.
If you really want to learn more, go to The Miami Herald. Investigative Reporter: Julie K. Brown is a saint, she is a national treasure. Thanks to Julie, the hundreds of victims of the absolute piece of garbage may finally see some justice.

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AMAZING and sickening

It's sickening what the rich and powerful can get away with. Fabulously written, as always.

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One disgusting man

Would you consider the audio edition of Filthy Rich to be better than the print version?

Yes

What other book might you compare Filthy Rich to and why?

Guilty As Sin

Have you listened to any of Jason Culp’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I haven't listened to this narrator before; however, I enjoyed his performance.

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Jeffrey Epstein needs to do prison time.

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I honestly expected more.

I really didn't enjoy this, and I had heard great things about this book, too. I was expecting something hard-hitting and provocative, I wanted to learn something new about this insidious man. I came away feeling like I had read a book about any given drug dealer or bank robber. Nothing extraordinary, no new insights, whatsoever. Blah.

Nothing to see here, folks. Wouldn't recommend.

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Eye opening...

A window into one America for the wealthy & another America for the poor. It saddened me to read how narcissistic wealthy men are given reign to destroy people w/impunity & those harmed are left to fend for themselves. Perhaps this book will help even the scale. But I doubt it. Just another harsh reality that those w/wealth can buy anything - even our judicial system.

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Ripped from the headlines

This book was both interesting and demoralizing. If you 've been following the story in the news, you know a lot of Jeffrey Epstein's sordid life. I feel that there was more to his association with the founder of Victoria's Secreet, The Limited, etc, than we will ever know. Nonetheless, the book does a great job at laying out the saga of Epstein and his equally disgusting friends.

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ok

Not a typical James Patterson book. very informative of a true story however. Makes you wonder about some of the rich in the world.

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First part is terrible, the rest is a good

Editing this review after my initial knee-jerk reaction to the book.

This book was written by James Patterson and two actual writers. The very first part of the book is unequivocally awful. It reads like a bad airport bookstore novel (maybe something you would read on a 727) and was likely written by Patterson himself. The rest of the book is fairly well-researched and covers a lot of the very bizarre and disturbing aspects of the Epstein story.

All you need to know from the first part is there was a girl named Mary who was lured to Epstein's house in Palm Beach to give him a "massage" in exchange for money. She was very young and after the event, administrators at her school tipped off the police, initiating the investigation into Epstein. Now you can skip Patterson's godawful prose and get to the real book.

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Proof That Those With Enough Money Can Do Anything

The book reads like a police report. It's shocking to learn that all involved (except for Epstein's apparent suicide) are corrupt and remain leaders in our current judicial system. Specifically, I found it shocking that Alan Dershowitz' involvement, not only as Epstein's attorney, but also as one of the sexual perpetrators of Epstein's under-aged girls. Especially, since he spoke on behalf of Pres. Trump's impeachment. It's simply appalling that these powerful individuals have escaped unscathed.

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What money can buy

look poor people can't buy this kind of justice if a poor person was charged with these crimes they would still be in jail

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