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by Robert K. Tanenbaum

eBook Bad Faith (A Butch Karp-Marlene Ciampi Thriller) ePub
Author: Robert K. Tanenbaum
Language: English
ISBN: 1451635524
ISBN13: 978-1451635522
Publisher: Gallery Books; 1 edition (June 5, 2012)
Pages: 400
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Subcategory: Thriller
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 453
Formats: lit txt mbr lrf
ePub file: 1641 kb
Fb2 file: 1911 kb

I loved this novel! Tanenbaum keeps stunning readers with new and shocking plots for Butch Karp/Marlene Ciampi and family.

I loved this novel! Tanenbaum keeps stunning readers with new and shocking plots for Butch Karp/Marlene Ciampi and family. This novel brought back his "Mole People" characters from past books. And he brought them back with a vengeance.

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A legal battle between religious freedom and medical ethics ignites a firestorm of protests outside New York District Attorney Butch Karp’s office when he indicts the parents of young Micah Ellis for reckless homicide in the boy’s cancer death. view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook.

Karp, along with Marlene and an eclectic cast of characters, seek to unravel the murder mystery without fear or favor. A Butch Karp-Marlene Ciampi Thriller - Robert K. The prosecution of this heinous crime will be Karp's greatest confrontation with the forces of evil yet. With more than fifteen million copies of his books in print, Robert K. Tanenbaum is a true "master of the legal thriller" (Vincent Bugliosi) whose adlines adventures keep you rapt until each stunning and "postively balletic" (Booklist) conclusion. Leading the movement is Reverend C. G. Westlund, a fundamentalist preacher who soon comes under fire himself for insurance fraud

Robert K. Tanenbaum is the New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty-five legal thrillers .

Robert K. Tanenbaum is the New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty-five legal thrillers and has a. .13 September 2017 ·. "Without Fear or Favor is the 29th book in Tanenbaum’s Butch Karp/Marlene Ciampi thriller series.

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Book Three of the bestselling Butch Karp legal thriller series: when a murder case and a child abuse case begin to merge into one, even Karp is shocked by the evil he uncovers. Karp and love-interest Marlene Ciampi pursue a psychopath known to his young victims as the Bogeyman, but what they find is more threatening than a lone predator. New York Times bestselling author Robert K. Tanenbaum has more than seven million copies of his finely crafted and morally complex novels in print.

In the latest exciting novel in Robert K. Tanenbaum’s bestselling series Butch Karp takes an ailing boy’s religious parents to court for refusing to get their son medical help.A parent’s worst nightmare sets the stage for the exhilarating new thriller in Robert K. Tanenbaum’s New York Times bestselling Butch Karp series. New York District Attorney Butch Karp has no qualms about putting David and Nonie Ellis on trial following the excruciating death of their young son, Micah. To him, the case is cut-and-dried—reckless manslaughter. Helpless ten-year-old Micah counted on his parents to protect him from the effects of a rare but treatable cancer. Instead, the Ellis family relied solely on prayer and the guidance of snake-oil salesman Reverend C. G. Westlund, of the End of Days Reformation Church of Jesus Christ Resurrected, to save him. Westlund and his zealous followers set up camp outside the DA’s office, angrily protesting the indictment of their “brother” and “sister,” but the charismatic leader’s true objective is to create a diversion from an alarming fraud. He coerced Nonie Ellis into signing an insurance policy that listed himself and the church as beneficiaries in the event of Micah’s death, but he needs the Ellises to be exonerated to get the payout. When David Ellis discovers the deception, no amount of faith can save him from his gruesome fate. Amid the firestorm of controversy surrounding the case, Karp’s wife, private investigator Marlene Ciampi, heads to Memphis to uncover Westlund’s past. The evidence she finds is enough to blow the top off the con man’s scheme—if she doesn’t get herself blown away in the process. Back in Manhattan, meanwhile, Karp is confronted by a deadly nemesis from the past who has explosive plans of her own. The edge-of-your-seat action comes to a head at the annual Halloween parade when a merciless struggle between good and evil metes out its own fatal form of justice.
Religious bigotry leads to violence, hatred and terrorism, among other nasty behaviors. It is used by people with less complex motives -- greed, lust for power, and vengeance to name three. Butch Karp, New York Prosecutor, handles it all with the help of his family and friends. Well plotted, this story keeps the reader engrossed, foregoing sleep, even, to find out what happens next.
With a curious twist, violence and vengeance play on the side of the good guys as well as the bad. Butch and perhaps New York are saved in part because of a religious crazy man who helps thwart the other religious crazies. The ambiguity is probably part of real life, although exaggerated beyond what most of us live with.
All in all, a good read with much to think about for weeks, maybe months, after setting the book down at the final chapter.
This was my "last chance" purchase for Tanenbaum's latest Butch Karp series. As with several of his recent past books there is entirely too much written about the terrorists & the latest planned attack. Of course this attack includes the Karp family, who are mentioned in the book but definitely not in a major part. Simply put I believe this was written by two authors, there is an occasional glimpse of the series I had loved & then much "filler" for the book.

I miss the old Tanenbaum & will now treasure my past books by this author but will not purchase another of his books.
I liked this book. There were a lot of characters at play and I think to really enjoy it would be helpful to have read the series otherwise you would not get the whole picture nor understand a lot that was done.
I have enjoyed every book since the beginning of this series. The growing of the family in the plots has been very satisfying.
Arabella V.
I can say without a doubt that I have read all of the Butch Karp series of books. They are without a doubt the most exciting reads I have came across in years.. from the very beginning they have kept me on the edge of my seat. I have read more than one in 1 1/2 days or less. Stopping only for bathroom breaks !! Can hardly wait for the next one to be released. Will be waiting.
the monster
Who you ask? Gruber was the primary author of the Butch Karp novels until we got to the early 20s of the series. All the wonderful character development is gone in the newer ones. Still an interesting story, but the vocabulary shoes from big words and thoughts about philosophy and the soul. Please bring the original ghostwriter back to these factories
I thoroughly enjoy read the "Butch Karp" series. We all want to believe there is a DA who is honest and works for The People. There are an interesting assemblage of unlikely characters to keep you entertained, and quite possibly, wondering if they are based on actual people. No doubt. I like a book that ends with the good guys on top.
I always look forward to the Butch/Marlene duo - and all the good advice Butch gives his staff, his attorneys, the detectives, his children, and Marlene (when she will listen to him). It's always a great read, and all the characters come to life, and make the reader feel that you really know them!
Robert Tannenbaum is a premier story-teller.
I love it!
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