Falsely Accused


Author: Robert K. Tanenbaum

From the courtrooms to the mean city streets, the bestselling author of Corruption of Blood delivers his most powerful novel yet. Butch Karp’s first case after leaving the Manhattan’s D.A.’s office is representing the NYC Chief Medical Examiner, fired from his job for supposed incompetence. As Karp methodically demolishes the D.A.’s flimsy case in court, he begins to suspe….Read More

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