A CIA chief dies under
suspicious circumstances before he is about to testify about a controversial
government cover-up involving a terrorist attack on the US mission in Chechnya.
Butch Karp is on the case in this exciting installment of Robert K. Tanenbaum’s
When the CIA director is
murdered, Butch Karp finds himself battling a heavyweight opponent: the US
government. The national presidential election campaign’s foreign policy mantra
has been that the terrorists are on the run and Bin Laden is dead. There are
rumors that the CIA chief was going to deviate from the administration version
of events, and that the government may have had something to do with his death.
Can Karp expose the cover-up and find the Chechnyan separatists who aided the
Americans at the mission and who have firsthand knowledge of the terrorist
attack? Karp must also find his missing daughter, who has been taken hostage by
After the New York grand jury
indicts the national presidential campaign chairman and the NSA spymaster for
the murder of the CIA chief, Karp engages in an unforgettable courtroom
confrontation with the defendants who have the full weight of the US
administration, a hostile judge, and a compliant media supporting them. These
sinister forces will stop at nothing to prevent Karp from bringing out the truth,
even if they have to resort to murder. Download and start listening now!