I Kill Rich People

I Kill Rich People Four shots and four New York billionaires are dead The killer has disappeared without a trace Long Island s summer season shuts down as the body count mounts No yachting dinners on the terrace or ch

  • Title: I Kill Rich People
  • Author: Mike Bogin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Four shots and four New York billionaires are dead The killer has disappeared without a trace Long Island s summer season shuts down as the body count mounts No yachting, dinners on the terrace, or charity galas The Hamptons are empty Having immense wealth suddenly isn t fun, not while a silent and capable sniper is on the hunt He isn t seeking attention He isnFour shots and four New York billionaires are dead The killer has disappeared without a trace Long Island s summer season shuts down as the body count mounts No yachting, dinners on the terrace, or charity galas The Hamptons are empty Having immense wealth suddenly isn t fun, not while a silent and capable sniper is on the hunt He isn t seeking attention He isn t after ransom His motives are unknown The only insight is found on index cards which show up in the mailrooms of major news stations saying I KILL RICH PEOPLE The donor whales scream at New York s Mayor, Congressmen, and Senators for protection But money and power won t stop the shooter As the killing continues, a fan club grows for the shooter the rich are suddenly the enemy, thanks mainly to Emerson Elliot, the radio shock jock who fans the flames Elliot s program exercises a populist voice that, to the ultra rich, makes Elliot as threatening as the shooter.While New York s richest hide or die, a dozen law enforcement agencies scramble for answers Each agency is grabbing for newly released federal funds and every one of them pursues its own agenda Only Owen Cullen, NYPD s lead detective, puts his life on the line to stop the shooter simply because that is the job His job is to catch the killer, even as he is losing his own home to foreclosure His family and friends might not understand, but Owen can t afford to have second thoughts about saving billionaires He has to do it the job is who he is.Owen and the select inter agency unit around him begin to see some success while thousands of others are failing, but their momentum presses them toward a collision that some of them may not survive Note Be sure to skim over official documents autopsies, death certificates These do not offer critical details so don t get bogged down in them.

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    1. Christina Dansk (Intel Division Commander, Sands Point) informed Tremaine Albert Bull (Uncle), Lieutenant Owen Patrick Cullen (Detective, NYPD) & the other Nassau County PD officers that Morris Abraham Levy (Holocaust survivor), Ari Fleish (gay), Lawrence Perlman, & Max Branderman that there were 4 head shots fired & all the very wealthy Jewish men had been assassinated.Colin Merrill (61, Harvard, billionaire) & & Stephen Denning (41, Bio-Sciences, BriteLine) were the next 2 [...]

    2. When four rich Jewish residents of Nassau County, New York are gunned down at a birthday party, law enforcement agencies immediately fear terrorist activity. But, when other rich people, of all genders, religions, and ethnicities, start becoming victims of the mysterious sniper, they realize they have something far more dangerous on their hands – a motivated loner with a mission.The killer, only identified near the end of the book, is shown to us through his first person thoughts and actions, [...]

    3. Mike Bogin's new thriller opens from the perspective of a skilled, cold blooded sniper who selects his victims with precision. His first four victims are all wealthy Jewish men, prompting the press to speculate that this is the work of a terrorist targeting Jewish businessmen. The killer, however, is quick to correct this misapprehension by sending a simple message :"I Kill Rich People".Owen Cullen is the detective who catches this case. Emerson Elliot is a radio personality who seems to see the [...]

    4. A sniper with military training is targeting rich people. He shoots accurately, with precision and then quickly gets away. The NYPD, FBI, NSA, and DID are all trying to find him first. There is supposed to be cooperation with the agencies, but they all keep to their own agendas. New York police detective, Owen Cullen, best buddy Detective Tremaine Bull are the featured characters. Ellison Elliott, (a Howard Stern copy) is broadcasting against rich people and becomes annoying to many including a [...]

    5. I didn't finish this book, and I have no intention of trying to read it at some point in the future. Hence 1 star.I think I was letting my own prejudices influence me when I read the description of this book. I was hoping for something which actively opposed the villianization of the successful. Then as I read it, I went to check some of the reviews, and I found people talking about how they found themselves rooting for the sniper, and I realized this was not the book for me. Luckily, I found i [...]

    6. Interesting story related to current events. I enjoyed the characters immensely and really felt a connection to the story. It would have received 5 stars, except that I felt that the author drifted off topic at times, making the book longer than it needed to be and detracting from the storyline.

    7. As hard as I tried, I just couldn't get into this book. At times I had to stop and reread a page to figure out when I went from the POV of one character to another. The storyline of this sounded interesting, but I couldn't make it to the end.

    8. I got this book for free specifically to review it and I'm so glad I didn't have to pay for it. It's so slow, about half way through the book I gave up. The characters seem too flat and everything just seems so forced.

    9. I had high hopes for this book, but struggled to get to 15% on my kindle. I might have abandoned the book too early, but there are so many other books out there to read. I didn't want to continue reading something I couldn't get into.

    10. It took forever to finish the book. First half of the book was so painful to read. The book itself wasn't that great but there are some parts that made me think a lot.

    11. Good book! Gotta get IKRP 2now!This book is a good read. The title was enough to get me-now I have to get the 2nd book!

    12. Good thriller, sometimes I got confused with many abbreviations, but overall it was a fun book, finally I didn't understand, why he wants to kill rich people?

    13. I really enjoyed the book, but I was left with the question of, "Why does he kill rich people?" I'm assuming that's in the sequel?

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