Once more, Butch Karp, Manhattan District Attorney, is called upon to save the world. Or so it seems.
young actress has been found dead in a New York penthouse apartment. The owner has called the concierge up and quite bluntly admitted to killing her. Unfortunately,
by the time the case reaches trial, the defendantís story has changed and the
gentleman now claims that the actress committed suicide.
After the lawyer trying the case dies, Butch refuses to let the sleaze get off and decides to try the case himself.
He calls in his wife, Marlene, a private security specialist, to help him with the case
Meanwhile, daughter Lucy, an agent for a top-secret government agency, has been kidnapped, and Butch is receiving clues in the form of riddles to help lead the attempt to try and rescue her.
There's the beautiful Russian assassin who is trying to eliminate Karp and his team before they can stop the growing threat.
Throw in a conspiracy to create a incident that will far outdo 9/11, the return of old enemy Andrew Kane, and a religious fanatic
who has united the homeless in the tunnels beneath New York City, and you have a book that will hold any reader's attention.
Want a murder mystery, we got it. How about a spy novel? That too. A thriller and conspiracy plot? Just keep reading. Once more, Robert
K. Tanenbaum delivers it all.