Pocket, Aug 2002, 25.00, 368 pp.
Summer in the city means a lot more than just a loving spoonful of humidity so Butch Karp, his wife Marlene Ciampi, and their twin ten-year-old boys (Zik and Zak), cool off on their Long Island beach property. After completing the spring semester at Boston College, their "eaglette" daughter Lucy joins them on the North Shore. Their neighbor Rose Heeney tells Marlene about her hometown in McCulle... Enemy Within
Pocket, August 2001, 24.95, 359 pp.
Butch Karp and his wife Marlene are not the typical married couple and their children are anything but average. Butch is the chief assistant district for New York City while his wife is vice president for a mega-security company that is going public on the stock market. Their oldest daughter Lucy can speak any language after hearing it for three days and their twin sons are total opposites... Hoax
Atria, August 2004, 25.95, 496 pp.
Four black people including a well known West Coast gangsta-rapper are killed in New York City. The singer ML Rex was forming his own production company while leaving the record firm owned by Andrew Kane, the next mayor of the city. Kane owns the police, and the church's archbishop and his assistant. He uses bribes, blackmail, frames (as he did with the rapper murder) and fame to get what he ... True Justice
True Justice is a novel on 20th Century infanticide, or the murder of an infant. The story is told through Butch Karp and his wife Marlene Ciampi. Karp is the Assistant District Attorney for New York County. He has to prosecute a fifteen year old mother who threw her baby out of the window. Marlene was a security guard until she killed the abusive boyfriend of her client. She feels bad that she killed another person so she decides to help a friend a...