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Malice by Robert K. Tanenbaum
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Jan 20, 2011

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Manhattan district attorney Butch Karp and his wife, Marlene Ciampi, picks up where 2006's Counterplay left off. Karp is recovering at Beth Israel Hospital, after being shot by his rival and fellow prosecutor, Rachel Rachman, who was in turn gunned down by Ciampi. Members of the Karp family have aided to thwart terrorist aimed at the pope. The Behind the plot against the pope, mayoral candidate and murderer Andrew Kane, is believed dead, but Karp suspects that someone at a high level in U.S. security circles fed Kane information and remains poised to do the country further harm. Once again, Karp's daughter, Lucy, becomes involved in a plot so improbable that the author has Ciampi comparing it with the far-fetched conspiracies of The Da Vinci Code . Court room scenes, action and suspense. Louanne


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