NYPD Red 7: The Murder Sorority

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$28.99  $26.96
Blackstone Publishing
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6.4 X 9.4 X 1.3 inches | 1.65 pounds

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About the Author

Marshall Karp has written and produced numerous television shows, plays, and movies. He is the author of the Lomax and Biggs book series.


I'm thrilled to have Marshall Karp take on the NYPD Red series--he's an excellent writer who always manages to surprise readers with the twists and turns of his plotlines. I can't wait to see where Marshall takes [the characters] next.

-- "James Patterson"

Marshall Karp is a genius storyteller--and this seventh NYPD Red is an absolute must-read! Nonstop action, marvelous dialogue, engaging characters, and an absolutely page-turning and surprising story! You will not be able to put this down--it's sharp and smart and cinematic and clever and there's a twist on every page. And so much fun! But this book also has heart, and that's what makes it even more irresistible. Clear your calendars--this is the essence of entertainment.

-- "Hank Phillippi Ryan, USA Today bestselling author"

Marshall Karp nails the core of a gritty on-the-streets crime thriller that couples authentic police procedural elements with an unremitting pace filled with crafty and ingenious twists and turns...NYPD Red 7: Murder Sorority is one of the most energetic and engaging thrillers of the year and it's one you can't miss out on. An indisputable must-read. James Patterson could not have passed down the torch to a more suited author than Karp.

-- "Kashif Hussain, Best Thriller Books"

The series retains its excellence with Karp in charge.

-- "NetGalley"

Rousing...Shocking plot twists, clever dialogue, and dead-on characterizations keep the pages turning. Readers will agree that his happy welding of police procedural and sly humor is the best yet in the series.

-- "Publishers Weekly (starred review)"