‘Without Fear or Favor’ A better novel than I expected it to be
I don’t read that many thrillers. I have nothing against the genre, just not one of my favorite types of stories. When I started Without Fear or Favor I thought it was going to be a very different book. It definitely surprised me in many ways. Here is what I thought of this intriguing novel.
You can read the premise for Without Fear or Favor here:
Butch Karp and his wife Marlene Ciampi must stop a radical organization of armed militants bent on the cold-blooded murder of uniformed on-duty police officers.
When a cop shoots down the son of a respected inner-city Baptist preacher, the community rises up in anger and demands to have the officer prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. But there’s something more than a call for justice at work here: a plot to bring down the city’s police force through a conspiracy so vast and malicious only Butch Karp and his band of truth-seekers can untangle it.
I had a hard time putting down Without Fear or Favor. Once the story gets going, it grips you and doesn’t want to let go. It takes an event that has happened a lot in the news lately and puts a new spin on it. The characters are wonderful and the main villain is a really messed up, bad person. If you give this novel a chance, you will find yourself really liking it. If you want to learn more about Robert K. Tanenbaum click on this website.