Book Seven of the bestselling Butch Karp legal thriller series: a diplomat’s murder reveals a world of genocide and retribution
A Turkish diplomat in New York City is gunned down in broad daylight, and all signs point to an ancient blood feud. The suspected gunman is Armenian. His alleged motive: to avenge the Turkish slaughter of Armenians generations before. But prosecutor Butch Karp has never accepted the easy answer, and he soon realizes the facts of this murder are more complicated than they seem. To close the case, Karp and his investigator wife, Marlene, must infiltrate a cross-section of New York society, while fending off crooks and madmen from every corner of the Big Apple and the world beyond. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Robert K. Tanenbaum including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.
"Justice Denied has unusually fleshed-out characters" —Kirkus
"Karp and wife Marlene, also an assistant D.A., make a most dynamic duo. Among the individual threads: she goes to a reception and receives a lecture on art theft; he discovers a million dollars in a safe deposit box; he gets a lesson on Eastern European history and the buying and selling of national treasures. These threads are tightly woven into a highly satisfying tale ultimately related to the novel’s opening events" —Library Journal