<b>A prosecutor defies the FBI, CIA, and Mafia to bring terrorists to justice in this thriller from the <i>New York Times</i>–bestselling author of <i>Justice Denied.</i></b><br />  <br /> After hijacking a flight to Milwaukee, a group of Croatian terrorists inform the FBI of bombs they’ve planted across the country. If their demands are not met, the bombs will explode. The plan goes perfectly until one of the weapons goes off in the Bronx, killing a police officer—in assistant district attorney Butch Karp’s jurisdiction.<br />  <br /> Prosecuting a few terrorist cop killers should be a slam-dunk, but Karp and his assistant, Marlene Ciampi, are getting resistance from unexpected quarters—including the NYPD itself. The Archdiocese of New York hires a top lawyer to defend the accused. And when the FBI, CIA, and Miami Mafia team up to undermine the case, it’s clear these Croatians are no ordinary terrorists. As Karp and Ciampi uncover powerful ties, and secrets that reach from anticommunist Cuba to Nazi war crimes, they realize their fight for justice has become a fight for their lives.<br />  <br /> From the <i>New York Times</i>–bestselling author and former Manhattan assistant district attorney, <i>Depraved Indifference</i> is an insider’s “damning indictment of our court system and an entertaining exposé of the DA's office” (<i>Publishers Weekly</i>).<br />  <i>This ebook features an illustrated biography of Robert K. Tanenbaum including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.</i>  “A novel full of whirlwind action . . . very good.” —<i>The New York Times Book Review</i> “Tanenbaum’s novel captures the real flavor of the New York district attorney’s office.” —F. Lee Bailey<br /><br /> “An unforgettable novel of crime and punishment in New York City.”  —<i>Publishers Weekly</i> Robert K. Tanenbaum is the <i>New York Times–</i>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.