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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Tragic by Robert K. Tanenbaum

 I really enjoyed Outrage by Tanenbaum.  I enjoyed Tragic  just as much.  This is a courtroom drama that would make Perry Mason proud. (dated reference)

Butch Karp and his wife, Marlene are reoccurring characters in Tanenbaum’s books. Note this book stands alone quite well and there is no need to have read any preceding to catch up to the story. I suspect, as I stated in my last Tanebaum review, if you enjoy it as much as I did you will track down more of his books but that is another story.

This story has labor unions, thugs and Shakespeare.   There are suitable Machiavellian turns to satisfy most mystery fans.  Butch and Marlene are “good people”.  Tanenbaum paints them well. 

I highly recommend the book, I enjoyed it.

Body of work of Robert K. Tanenbaum

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