In this “electrifying page-turner” from the New York Times–bestselling author, a former NYC assistant DA goes up against the mayor—and a web of corruption (Kirkus Reviews).
New York’s chief medical examiner, Murray Selig is one of the best in the country. So it’s quite a shock when the mayor fires him without cause. Humiliated, Selig wants more than justice. He wants revenge—so he calls Butch Karp.
Once the city’s leading prosecutor, Karp left the District Attorney’s office to go into private practice, but he still knows his way around the halls of power. Selig’s case gives him a chance to stick it to his old boss, but as he digs into the truth of the medical examiner’s firing, he finds the heart of the city is more rotten than he ever realized. Meanwhile, Karp’s wife Marlene has opened a detective agency dedicated to protecting women. Her latest case leads her to a Lower East Side women’s shelter . . . and a shocking connection to Karp’s case.
Based on the author’s own experience as a New York prosecutor, Falsely Accused is a sizzling expose of the true nature of power by the New York Times–bestselling author of Infamy and Material Witness.
Falsely Accused is the 8th book in the Butch Karp and Marlene Ciampi series, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
“Plenty of suspense . . . Tanenbaum is in top form.” —Chicago Tribune
“Taut and authentic . . . Readers will be enthralled.” —Los Angeles Daily Journal
“Ex-New York DA Tanenbaum’s gritty thrillers take full advantage of his own experience in the judicial system. . . . Tanenbaum knows his criminal procedure cold.” —Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Robert K. Tanenbaum is the New York Times–bestselling author of twenty-six legal thrillers featuring Butch Karp and his crime-fighting wife, Marlene Ciampi. Before publishing his first novel, Tanenbaum had an accomplished legal career. He served as bureau chief of the Criminal Courts, ran the Homicide Bureau in New York City, and was deputy chief counsel to the Congressional Committee Investigations into the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. He has also served two terms as the mayor of Beverly Hills.