After many years working on some of the toughest felony cases in New York, prosecutor Butch Karp takes on one of the most notorious homicide cases in modern history when the US Congress invites him to become legal counsel to the Congressional committee charged to reinvestigate the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Teaming up with his crime-fighting wife, Marlene, and two loyal assistants, Karp knows the only way to determine what occurred is to let the facts and the evidence lead inexorably to a just result. But when he begins to dig up long-buried secrets, he makes enemies who will threaten his case - and the lives of the people he loves most.
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Good Idea---Horrible Execution
Yes, of course. I have read and listened to many of Tannenbaum's books and, this one notwithstanding, have enjoyed them immensely.
As noted above, yes
I would not cut any of the characters but I would attempt a more honest rendition of the Kenneday assassination.
Shame on Tannenbaum for writing such a sensationalist and inaccurate account of this tragedy. Particularly deplorable is the fact that Tannenabum claims to have been a staff attorney for the House Select Committee on Assassinations, meaning that he had access to the facts. Also, unlike the other books in the Karp/Ciampi series, this one lacked coherence and was boring.