Fury by Robert Tanenbaum
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In Brooklyn, a female jogger is brutally raped; the assailants are convicted and later exonerated by the Kings County DA. Now the guilty are filing a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the city of New York, the police, and the two assistant DAs who tried the case. While the cops and the criminal justice system are under media assault and opportunist political demagoguery, Karp has suspicions that there is corruption within his own office.
'It's too bad Tanenbaum has overstuffed his latest thriller:
somewhere beneath the layers of fat there's a svelte, snappy story.' - PW.
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Robert Tanenbaum Author Biography
Robert K. Tanenbaum is one of the country's most respected and
successful trial lawyers and has never lost a felony case. He has held such
prestigious positions as homicide bureau chief for the New York District
Attorney's Office and deputy chief counsel to the congressional committee
investigations into the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy and Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. He teaches Advanced Criminal Procedure at his alma
mater, the University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law and
conducts continuing legal education (CLE) seminars for practicing lawyers in
California, New York, and Pennsylvania. His previous works include Enemy
Within, True Justice, and Act of Revenge. This is his fourteenth
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