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. His first hunt over, Felix takes on his greatest enemy yet: Butch Karp. Felix's laser-focused, obsessive hatred of Karp simmered during his prison confinement, when he became enamored with radical, fundamental Islamic militant ideology and the realization that Karp, a Jew, was responsible for his sentence. On the loose, Felix strikes Karp where it hurts the most: he befriends Karp's daughter, Lucy.
As inventive and thrilling as the previous Butch Karp novels, this audiobook reveals more about Karp's early years as a rookie in the district attorney's office and as a newlywed to the fearless private detective Marlene Ciampi.
©2003 Robert K. Tanenbaum; (P)2003 Simon and Schuster Inc.