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IMAGINE CENTRAL PARK BURIED UNDER TONS OF SNOW.

ONLY IT’S NOT SNOW. IT’S COCAINE.

Includes advance chapters of NYPD Red 7: The Murder Sorority

BOOK TRAILER

PRAISE FOR SNOWSTORM IN AUGUST

“Talk about your killer snowstorm. Don’t flake out, but Marshall Karp has written one stone cold mystery!!”
—Al Roker

Snowstorm in August couples the charm of an unflinching true-crime narrative with an ambitious new vision of America’s war on drugs unlike anything you’ve read or watched before. I simply can’t wait to read more stories with the extraordinary characters Karp has debuted in this extremely enthralling and suspenseful smash-hit!”
—Best Thriller Books (read full review)

“A compelling plot, with characters you immediately become invested in. Marshall Karp writes with the kind of attention to the details of law enforcement that distinguishes a great book from a good one—a rare find.”
—Maureen Mulcahy, Lieutenant Special Assignment, Office of the Chief of Crime Control Strategies NYPD (RET.)

GREAT NEWS FOR NYPD RED FANS!

NYPD RED 7
THE MURDER SORORITY
Coming November 22nd

AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER NOW

“I’m thrilled to have Marshall Karp take on the NYPD RED series—he’s an excellent writer who always managers to surprise readers with the twists and turns of his plotlines. Marshall will do a great job, and the neat thing for me is now when I read the books I’ll have no idea how they end.”
—JAMES PATTERSON

THE #1 BESTSELLING NYPD RED SERIES

…brings to mind Robert B. Parker, Janet Evanovich, Dean Koontz, Stuart Woods and a lot of other fast-paced authors.
—Janet Maslin, The New York Times Book Review for The Rabbit Factory
Marshall Karp is the Woody Allen of the murder mystery. He’s up there with Carl Hiaasen and Donald Westlake and Janet Evanovich—smart, fast-paced, clever, and really, really funny.
—Joseph Finder, New York Times bestselling author
I strongly suspect that Marshall Karp is the secret love-child of Raymond Chandler and the Marx Brothers, with some Dorothy Parker around the edges. Karp should be considered a national treasure.
—Cornelia Read, Edgar nominee for Best First Novel