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!!> PDF / Epub ☉ Filthy Rich ✩ Author James Patterson – Submitalink.info A Shocking True Crime Tale Of Money, Power, And Sex From The World S Most Popular Thriller WriterJeffrey Epstein Rose From Humble Origins To The Rarefied Heights Of New York City S Financial Elite A College Dropout With An Instinct For Numbers And For People Epstein Amassed His Wealth Through A Combination Of Access And Skill But Even After He Had It All, Epstein Wanted And That Unceasing Desire Especially A Taste For Young Girls Resulted In His Stunning Fall From Grace From Epstein Himself, To The Girls He Employed As Masseuses At His Home, To The Cops Investigating The Appalling Charges Against Him, FILTHY RICH Examines All Sides Of A Case That Scandalized One Of America S Richest Communities An Explosive True Story, FILTHY RICH Is A Riveting Account Of Wealth, Power And The Influence They Bring To Bear On The American Justice System


10 thoughts on “Filthy Rich

  1. Margitte Margitte says:

    The re opening of the Epstein case, which previously went through the Florida state courts, and now being thrown into federal territory, got me to find this book and learn the most in the shortest time available It was a good move, I think The book, published in 2016 covered most of the tabloid sleaze and dirty tricks of men getting themselves caught in themetoo debacle However, the book is a


  2. Stacey Stacey says:

    Yowza This was an addictive, can t put it down read James Patterson has partnered with John Connolly and Tim Malloy to try his hand at true crime and it was mind blowing I hadn t heard of Jefferey Epstein before reading this and it was like peering into the lifestyles of the rich and famous and how excessive money can buy you sex with minors with little legal reprimand I was drawn in by the sheer a


  3. Wendy Wendy says:

    Filthy Rich.Filthy ManBefore I read this book I had no idea who Jeffrey Epstein was Now that I have read the book I do remember hearing his name somewhere over the past couple of years and I m sure it s because of the things he did that was in this book He may be a filthy rich man but he is definitely a Filthy Man How disgusting How could people who know this man still be associated with him These peopl


  4. jv poore jv poore says:

    This books epitomizes white privilege The justice system seems to add insult to injury, essentially dehumanizing the minor victims simply due to their significantly lower tax brackets I m glad that I read this book, because ignorance is not bliss but in the interest of full disclosure, the subject infuriates me.


  5. Montzalee Wittmann Montzalee Wittmann says:

    Filthy Rich by James Patterson, John Connolly, and Tim Malloy brings the horrible crimes of abuse and money together for all to see I picked this up from the library It is a frustrating subject and I am so tired of seeing the rich get away with terrible crimes Epstein, even when he knew he was being watched, he continued to recruit young girls as young as 14 So arrogant He also hub bubbed around with other millio


  6. Lea Lea says:

    An extremely fast read, this book suffers from a lack of depth in researching Jeffrey Epstein these are not direct quotes, but the author s resort to phrases like no one seems to knowand by some meansrather than delving deeper into researching how situations occurred This man s actions, as well as those by his cronies, make my blood boil reading this book has tarnished the respect I once had for some people, especiall


  7. Matt Matt says:

    Needing a book to help fill a small gap before the end of the year, I turned to this James Patterson piece that has been collecting dust on my TBR shelf for a while Patterson does not usually delve into non fiction, but when he does, the reader can expect something of high quality which surely begs the question, why does he torture his fiction fans with tepid writing at times He has teamed up here with two other authors, J


  8. Tim Tim says:

    Another wretched story from the Patterson camp, this one based on a real life criminal, or is he 1 of 10 stars


  9. Koren Koren says:

    A rare jaunt into nonfiction for this well known author Could fall into the category of lifestyles of the rich and famous The main character thinks he can have whatever he wants, including young, underage girls I wont give away what happened to him but it will make your jaw drop Worth the read to read about some famous people connected with this guy, including one former president and one current one, and one English prince I liked


  10. L.A. Starks L.A. Starks says:

    This nonfiction book published in 2016 and written by James Patterson and two investigators who worked with him fill in all the details up through late 2015 on Jeffrey Epstein s history of allegedly sexually exploiting underage girls It includes depositions, reports from the Palm Beach Police, and Acosta s statement in 2011 describing the amount of evidence for the charges he brought The local prosecutor had completely backed away from m


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