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This is—for the first time—the full and unedited story behind the sick life and mysterious death of Jeffrey Epstein that is being called one of the most significant scandals in American history   He was the billionaire financier and close confidant of presidents, prime ministers, movie stars and British royalty, the mysterious self-made man who rose from blue-collar Brookl This is—for the first time—the full and unedited story behind the sick life and mysterious death of Jeffrey Epstein that is being called one of the most significant scandals in American history   He was the billionaire financier and close confidant of presidents, prime ministers, movie stars and British royalty, the mysterious self-made man who rose from blue-collar Brooklyn to the heights of luxury. But while he was flying around the world on his private jet and hosting lavish parties at his private island in the Caribbean, he also was secretly masterminding an international child sex ring—one that may have involved the richest and most influential men in the world. The conspiracy of corruption was an open secret for decades. And then this summer, it all came crashing down.   After his arrest on sex trafficking charges in July, it seemed Epstein’s darkest secrets would finally see the light. But hopes for true justice were shattered on August 10 this year, when he was found dead in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, New York.   The verdict: suicide. The timing: convenient, to say the least.     Now, Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales delivers bombshell new revelations, uncovers how the man President Trump once described as a “terrific guy” abused hundreds of underage girls at his mansions in Palm Beach and Manhattan… all while entertaining the world’s most powerful men—including President Clinton, Prince Andrew, and Donald Trump himself. How much did they know about his perversions? And did they take part? How might they have helped him to continue his abuse, and to escape justice for it? What responsibility might they have for his sudden, shocking death? And is there a shocking spy and blackmail story at the heart of the scandal? The answers to these questions and more will be explored in Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales with groundbreaking new reporting, never-before-seen court files, and interviews with new witnesses and confidants.   Combining the very best investigative reporting from investigative journalists Dylan Howard, Melissa Cronin and James Robertson—who have been covering the case for close to a decade—will send shockwaves through the highest levels of the establishment.  


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This is—for the first time—the full and unedited story behind the sick life and mysterious death of Jeffrey Epstein that is being called one of the most significant scandals in American history   He was the billionaire financier and close confidant of presidents, prime ministers, movie stars and British royalty, the mysterious self-made man who rose from blue-collar Brookl This is—for the first time—the full and unedited story behind the sick life and mysterious death of Jeffrey Epstein that is being called one of the most significant scandals in American history   He was the billionaire financier and close confidant of presidents, prime ministers, movie stars and British royalty, the mysterious self-made man who rose from blue-collar Brooklyn to the heights of luxury. But while he was flying around the world on his private jet and hosting lavish parties at his private island in the Caribbean, he also was secretly masterminding an international child sex ring—one that may have involved the richest and most influential men in the world. The conspiracy of corruption was an open secret for decades. And then this summer, it all came crashing down.   After his arrest on sex trafficking charges in July, it seemed Epstein’s darkest secrets would finally see the light. But hopes for true justice were shattered on August 10 this year, when he was found dead in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, New York.   The verdict: suicide. The timing: convenient, to say the least.     Now, Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales delivers bombshell new revelations, uncovers how the man President Trump once described as a “terrific guy” abused hundreds of underage girls at his mansions in Palm Beach and Manhattan… all while entertaining the world’s most powerful men—including President Clinton, Prince Andrew, and Donald Trump himself. How much did they know about his perversions? And did they take part? How might they have helped him to continue his abuse, and to escape justice for it? What responsibility might they have for his sudden, shocking death? And is there a shocking spy and blackmail story at the heart of the scandal? The answers to these questions and more will be explored in Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales with groundbreaking new reporting, never-before-seen court files, and interviews with new witnesses and confidants.   Combining the very best investigative reporting from investigative journalists Dylan Howard, Melissa Cronin and James Robertson—who have been covering the case for close to a decade—will send shockwaves through the highest levels of the establishment.  

30 review for Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales

  1. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    I am not even sure where to begin... Jeffrey Epstein is, was and will always be a monster. What went on behind closed doors in multiple homes in various countries, on “Little St. James” island, and in his helicopter “The Lolita Express” are sickening. He took advantage, used and abused every single person that he came in contact with. He had no true allies, he made friends with powerful men and women only to obtain black-mail on them so he could get something that he wanted in return later. Whethe I am not even sure where to begin... Jeffrey Epstein is, was and will always be a monster. What went on behind closed doors in multiple homes in various countries, on “Little St. James” island, and in his helicopter “The Lolita Express” are sickening. He took advantage, used and abused every single person that he came in contact with. He had no true allies, he made friends with powerful men and women only to obtain black-mail on them so he could get something that he wanted in return later. Whether that be fame, money, a career, a house, access to young girls— you name it—he got it, because he had these connections. He could’ve gotten away with murder and he would throw anyone under the bus in order to come out on top. “He ruined a lot of people commercially from doing all kinds of terrible rotten deals...” “I really think he was raised not to worry about other people they were a means to an end.” I don’t know if it’s a good or bad thing that I had never heard of the name Jeff Epstein until his second incarceration, but suddenly there he was all over every television screen, magazine, newspaper, all forms of media. His face and his actions were unavoidable. Having Ghislaine Maxwell by his side likely ensured an easy transition for girls to come and go at his house as he pleased. Her cool; calm, casual demeanor made others trust that what they were about to do was ok, when really there was always a creepy man lurking at his massage table ready to be “serviced.” More than 34 confirmed minors had come forward to discuss the sexual abuse, the rape, that they suffered at the hands of Epstein. Thirty Four individual cases, and can you imagine how many other women remain out there, terrified; silenced? With that many victims how could this man not be rotting in jail 10+ years ago? I’ll tell you exactly why...because powerful people had far too much to lose if this information got out. There were also slip-ups that seemed to constantly set the law back further and further from prosecution. For instance: United States Attorney Alex Acosta and His “sweetheart deal,” and Santa Monica Police Department not taking early on reports of sexual assault seriously. “The rumors were out there, so people knew it. And not only did people know it, there were people that were complicit in it. Why did it take so long?” “It’s like this really long process of literally nothing happening. It is like we’re talking about this guy, we have all this evidence of what he’s been doing and yet how many years has it been going on, and how long has literally nothing happened, nothing?” Some names that were said to be in his social network that you might immediately recognize : Kevin Spacey, Chris Tucker, Bill Clinton, Ralph Fiennes, Bill Gates, Charlie Rose, Courtney Love, Chelsea Handler, Bill Wallace, Tony Blair, Ehud Barack, David Koch, Donald Trump, Prince Andrew, and so many more. “Jeff Epstein stole my innocence. He gave me a life sentence of guilt and shame. I do not consider myself a victim. I see myself a survivor.” - Jane Doe #6 If you don’t already know how this story ends, I won’t tell you. You must find out for yourself how someone so inhumane has left so many voices unheard. I hope that this investigation continues on until every single co-conspirator and witness is behind bars. “Jeffrey Epstein robbed myself and all the other victims of our day in court to confront him one by one, and for that he is a coward.”- Courtney Wild 4 stars. This book was very short to be as repetitive as it was at times. Also, I watched the Netflix Show “Filthy Rich” and it contained SO much more information, details; evidence that was crucial to this story. I wish that this book was made longer to include more of those things.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Priscilla Flores

    There are some good things, but we all know the elite win this one I saw this book on a news headline like it was going to make some huge impact in the Epstein case. Now, there are some incredibly weird stuff told in the book, like pictures hanging on the wall of his homes. And I am not talking about paintings, actual pictures. What I found annoying with this book was at first, it tried to pinpoint stuff about the current President and Epstein. There are even photos of them together, but there are There are some good things, but we all know the elite win this one I saw this book on a news headline like it was going to make some huge impact in the Epstein case. Now, there are some incredibly weird stuff told in the book, like pictures hanging on the wall of his homes. And I am not talking about paintings, actual pictures. What I found annoying with this book was at first, it tried to pinpoint stuff about the current President and Epstein. There are even photos of them together, but there are also photos of Bill Clinton with Epstein as well, you can find them online(one is fake, but the one where they are sitting together has to be real and was in a Vanity Fair magazine I believe, some people also have the original magazine that has the photos). The book tries to implicate guilt by association, so if that is true, Bill Clinton was accused of a lot of stuff too and paid people out for it, so where is the guilt by association there? I disagree this is some attack on the the current President like some other reviewer claims, as there is a chapter on something he was accused of and I am shocked it was never a major story on the things found on it. Just read it, it's creepy. Anyway, this book does confirm what most people think about the Intelligence community, you can't trust them. And that stupid honey pot photo of Maxwell at In N Out, for real she really should be in prison, but of course, she probably never will face time behind jail. I just lost faith with law enforcement as it seems protecting the most elite of elite is a priority rather than protecting the most innocent of people. I really makes me sad, and I know the terrible acts of Epstein will probably continue as people like Prince Andrew are not in prison either. Oh and Andrew being "cut off" from his mommy is such a show, he is probably getting paid under the table still. Seriously how much of an idiot do these people think we are? Now for the writing, OH MY GOSH, my eyes ran like butter over the words. I love it when I come across a book like this where I buy it and rather read than listen to the people around me. Seriously the writing is so well done, a real inspiration for someone who wants to write for a living. I hope one day the authors do a book on Kevin Spacey and Prince Andrew too (Spacey is mentioned in the book and got off the hook the same time round Epstein was arrested, probably connected but no one will admit.) TL;DR - The rich and powerful always win and I would 100% recommend this book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Bentley

    Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales is another explosive book regarding the case of Jeffrey Epstein and his sex trafficking crimes. This book was written and released after Epstein’s death (alleged suicide) and looks at the case going back to the earliest accusations up to his time incarcerated and subsequent death.  Now there are several books on this topic so you may be wondering what makes this book so special. What I can tell you is that this case has so many layers that are still being uncovered Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales is another explosive book regarding the case of Jeffrey Epstein and his sex trafficking crimes. This book was written and released after Epstein’s death (alleged suicide) and looks at the case going back to the earliest accusations up to his time incarcerated and subsequent death.  Now there are several books on this topic so you may be wondering what makes this book so special. What I can tell you is that this case has so many layers that are still being uncovered that you are bound to learn something new, some new insidious detail that makes the plot of this real life drama thicken.  For me, Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales poses the question of Epstein’s death – was it really suicide or was it murder – or is he actually even dead? It also highlights the worldwide implications of his crimes and pulls the curtains on those in power who do not want information being leaked. Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales is fascinating. Anyone who is a true crime fan needs to read it.  Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales by Dylan Howard is available now.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Marián Okál

    Definitely sensational at times, but still a worthwhile read if you are interested in the story.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ed Fernyhough

    Not much else that can't be found on the Internet; not very much else that can't be found on the Netflix series. Does however tie in some names with his island which aren't prominently featured elsewhere. It is distressing how many of the speculative details have been corroborated by other sources. Much of what has been written in this book, you can watch be divulged in recorded US Senate minutes (for example, the situation surrounding Epstein's death at the prison). Other details found in this Not much else that can't be found on the Internet; not very much else that can't be found on the Netflix series. Does however tie in some names with his island which aren't prominently featured elsewhere. It is distressing how many of the speculative details have been corroborated by other sources. Much of what has been written in this book, you can watch be divulged in recorded US Senate minutes (for example, the situation surrounding Epstein's death at the prison). Other details found in this book are disclosed in television interviews with Hoffenberg, Vicky Ward, Rudy Giuliani and others, the clips for each and all accessible on YouTube. This one is a real rabbit-hole.

  6. 4 out of 5

    diana robertson

    I started this book and could not put it down. The girls were lured into a life of sex slavery by a depraved, wicked monster and his lover Ghislane Maxwell. There is so much to write but I will keep it brief. I was intrigued to see copies, of all the recordings taken from hidden cameras in Epstein's homes around the world, are in Russia. A Deputy Sheriff took them to Russia when he requested political asylum. Interestingly, it was not the Mossad or FBI that the former was most concerned about but I started this book and could not put it down. The girls were lured into a life of sex slavery by a depraved, wicked monster and his lover Ghislane Maxwell. There is so much to write but I will keep it brief. I was intrigued to see copies, of all the recordings taken from hidden cameras in Epstein's homes around the world, are in Russia. A Deputy Sheriff took them to Russia when he requested political asylum. Interestingly, it was not the Mossad or FBI that the former was most concerned about but MI/5/6. I wonder why? I have to add that the proofreader needs a refresher course!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lynn Smith

    This book was an interesting read. Due to the subject matter, I can't really say I "enjoyed" reading it, since it's about a perverted pedophile who used young girls for her personal pleasure and power. Jeffrey Epstein is certainly not a sympathetic subject by the stretch of any imagination. The author attempts to connect him to a lot of powerful people, including former President Bill Clinton and President Donald Trump as well as many other powerful people. The author also attempts to show Epste This book was an interesting read. Due to the subject matter, I can't really say I "enjoyed" reading it, since it's about a perverted pedophile who used young girls for her personal pleasure and power. Jeffrey Epstein is certainly not a sympathetic subject by the stretch of any imagination. The author attempts to connect him to a lot of powerful people, including former President Bill Clinton and President Donald Trump as well as many other powerful people. The author also attempts to show Epstein didn't commit suicide. While I don't think he did either, I wouldn't say the author made a compelling case. I doubt we will ever know the full truth. It is sad that no matter whether Epstein offed himself or was murdered, he will never face full justice on this earth and this will likely be difficult for his victims. Truth can be very elusive, especially when so many powerful people are involved with a vested interest in burying this sordid information.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Hal

    Lately the news has heated up with the apprehension of Ghislaine Maxwell and this could tie in much of the loose ends and unknowns posited by this book. Howard does a good job in laying out the sequencing and scope of Epsteins' crimes over a number of years. The stunning lesson or I guess confirmation is that if you control vast wealth you can control the legal system for an extended period as Mr. Epstein did. I happen to live in Palm Beach County and the level of misconduct, deception, and infl Lately the news has heated up with the apprehension of Ghislaine Maxwell and this could tie in much of the loose ends and unknowns posited by this book. Howard does a good job in laying out the sequencing and scope of Epsteins' crimes over a number of years. The stunning lesson or I guess confirmation is that if you control vast wealth you can control the legal system for an extended period as Mr. Epstein did. I happen to live in Palm Beach County and the level of misconduct, deception, and influence pedaling tied to this case is truly disgraceful. Palm County has a history of hidden corruption and here is a perfect example of how wide spread it is. It will be interesting if anything becomes of the investigation into the fraud and criminality linked to officials, but it is doubtful.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jayne Leake

    This book was a very difficult read due to the disgusting details of sex trafficking and paedophilia. While Epstein was the main perpetrator, there are many, many more people, already named and many still unknown, who were responsible and complicit in this entire horror show. Many of the details have been reported previously but what made this a compelling read is the entire background to this situation and the reasons behind it. Couple those reasons, with the slow and stymied prosecution of ALL This book was a very difficult read due to the disgusting details of sex trafficking and paedophilia. While Epstein was the main perpetrator, there are many, many more people, already named and many still unknown, who were responsible and complicit in this entire horror show. Many of the details have been reported previously but what made this a compelling read is the entire background to this situation and the reasons behind it. Couple those reasons, with the slow and stymied prosecution of ALL of the perpetrators, makes this one of the most tragic cases of justice gone wrong/delayed or denied.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ruthie

    I really enjoyed reading this. It's horrifying to find out the extent of Epstein's crimes, and it's enlightening to realize that the justice system may be rigged to an extent. Additionally, there are powerful people out there that can and do silence those who threaten them. I never thought that was true before, but I do now. We need to be aware of the ongoing sexual trafficking and try to figure out how to stop that. We need Ghislaine Maxwell indicted. And we need Epstein's coconspirators found I really enjoyed reading this. It's horrifying to find out the extent of Epstein's crimes, and it's enlightening to realize that the justice system may be rigged to an extent. Additionally, there are powerful people out there that can and do silence those who threaten them. I never thought that was true before, but I do now. We need to be aware of the ongoing sexual trafficking and try to figure out how to stop that. We need Ghislaine Maxwell indicted. And we need Epstein's coconspirators found out and brought to justice. I'm looking at you, FBI.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mark Blane

    Interesting and concise summation of what has transpired from the 1990s to 2019 when the billionaire was denied bail and his untimely death by suicide. Riveting and intriguing on how wealth and power can sometimes corrupts principled centered living in weak-minded individuals like Epstein. Epstein's deplorable lifestyle represents what can happen in the criminal and civil courts when unfettered power remains unchecked. The United States of America has the best criminal justice system in the worl Interesting and concise summation of what has transpired from the 1990s to 2019 when the billionaire was denied bail and his untimely death by suicide. Riveting and intriguing on how wealth and power can sometimes corrupts principled centered living in weak-minded individuals like Epstein. Epstein's deplorable lifestyle represents what can happen in the criminal and civil courts when unfettered power remains unchecked. The United States of America has the best criminal justice system in the world, and this book lifts the veil on how that system can sometimes be usurped by wealth and power.

  12. 5 out of 5

    William H

    Well, what would you expect??? Intriguing but so many names to follow! ...and it's not over yet! Not much made of the possibility of Mr. Epstein actually still being alive and in hiding. However, the Great American Public having such a tiny attention span, and an even shorter memory, I very much doubt that many of them have ever heard of George Santana let alone remember any of his aphorisms! :'( Well, what would you expect??? Intriguing but so many names to follow! ...and it's not over yet! Not much made of the possibility of Mr. Epstein actually still being alive and in hiding. However, the Great American Public having such a tiny attention span, and an even shorter memory, I very much doubt that many of them have ever heard of George Santana let alone remember any of his aphorisms! :'(

  13. 5 out of 5

    Geoffrey

    I have been hearing bits and pieces of this story and this book proved to be a thorough overview of this degenerate's life story and everything that came with it. As the father of a young daughter, parts of this were hard to read. This also provides some insight into the sorry state of intelligence and world politics. This is a 3 star as far as true crime goes, but I gave it a 4 due to its' current relevance. I have been hearing bits and pieces of this story and this book proved to be a thorough overview of this degenerate's life story and everything that came with it. As the father of a young daughter, parts of this were hard to read. This also provides some insight into the sorry state of intelligence and world politics. This is a 3 star as far as true crime goes, but I gave it a 4 due to its' current relevance.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Elytta Durkee

    I thought it had some good points, but it seemed like kit was written in a hurry. It did not reveal many of the people involved... But was expecting more. I also feel that it’s another book attempt to try and bring down President Trump. They are speculating at best, when in fact there is proof that President Clinton was on the Lolita 26 times as well as in many of his homes. I was not impressed with this book.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Anne L Whitaker

    The authors just couldn't help throwing in names of current prominent people without having any real facts to back up some of their insinuations. This makes me doubt the validity of a lot of the information in this book. y Not my favorite read on this man, evil as he obviously was. I think there are better books out there. The authors just couldn't help throwing in names of current prominent people without having any real facts to back up some of their insinuations. This makes me doubt the validity of a lot of the information in this book. y Not my favorite read on this man, evil as he obviously was. I think there are better books out there.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jeanie Lydick

    This book is a complete eye opener! This sex trafficking was on a high level and involved people that do not and will not become known. If you cross them you are dead. If you try to uncover them you are dead. This book reveals so much and there is so much left to reveal. Hopefully it will be. The people mentioned in this book are not your average person, they are at the top.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Vicky S. Stickel

    Spellbinding and sad This is a real eye opener. Epstein was much more than a pedophile. He had ties to international intelligence groups and arms dealers, not to mention the rich and famous. If you wonder how he got away with his depraved life style, this book will answer your questions.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Suz K

    I was expecting a little more then was told in this book about Jeffrey Epstein, guess I will have to wait to see what happens to Ghislaine Maxwell, who was just brought into custody. Overall it was an intriguing and disturbing story of the worst cover-up and corruption by the Palm Beach Sheriff and DA office of Palm Beach County, Florida. They basically got away with it aiding a sexual predator.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Denyse Zaouch

    Truth It's about time the truth was exposed. Jeffrey Epstein was just another low life cog in the wheel of greed, power and injustice. It's always about money. I hope anyone and everyone, no matter how rich or influential, that participated in this web of disgusting behavior, is exposed. To the authors, keep up the great work! And thank you!!!!! Truth It's about time the truth was exposed. Jeffrey Epstein was just another low life cog in the wheel of greed, power and injustice. It's always about money. I hope anyone and everyone, no matter how rich or influential, that participated in this web of disgusting behavior, is exposed. To the authors, keep up the great work! And thank you!!!!!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Richard San Vicente

    Fast read. So hard to cover so much activity and tie everything together. Almost an impossible task. Sadly it opened my eyes to how much still goes on, even today. His Epilogue raises even more questions. Definitely worth reading.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Linda Garcia

    As someone who followed this POS since first learning of his 2008 sweetheart deal, this book made my jaw drop many times with things I didn’t know. It’s a very well written book and includes the aftermath of his death. I’m glad this POS life was taken from him.

  22. 4 out of 5

    richard e vezina

    Dead men? Do any of us know if Epstein is really dead? I hope they will make public, the names of the people who were involved with him someday. This book was riveting.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Mclean

    As much as it pains me to say, this is a good effort by Harvey Weinstein’s mate Dylan Howard. It does provide new insights and it was on a tight turn around considering Epstein only died a few months ago. I’m all for this story being told. These women matter.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    A stinker of a book. Don’t waste your time. Rampant speculation and baseless conjecture.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Now, I have more questions than answers

  26. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne Amborski

    Excellent companion to the podcast.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Michelle See

    Scary In my opinion ALL co-conspirators should be heavily pursued until they "prove" their innocence 'absolutely' Scary In my opinion ALL co-conspirators should be heavily pursued until they "prove" their innocence 'absolutely'

  28. 5 out of 5

    Carol Young

    There are just no words about this book and this situation. Such a horrific man and a despicable life - I couldn't wait to get the book out of my house and back to the library. There are just no words about this book and this situation. Such a horrific man and a despicable life - I couldn't wait to get the book out of my house and back to the library.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mark Snyder

    Some redundancy, but when you read of the horrific nature of this man, a little repetition helps remove the cognitive dissonance. Your blood will boil.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer K LaBouff

    Excellent Read This was an excellent read. I couldn’t put it down until I finished. It fills in many of the puzzle pieces for me.

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