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The Spider: Inside the Criminal Web of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell

The Spider: Inside the Criminal Web of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell - Barry Levine

The Spider: Inside the Criminal Web of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell


Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.

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Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In this dogged work of reporting, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.
Who was Jeffrey Epstein? A Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist unearths never-before-reported details in the most comprehensive account yet of the disgraced financier's life, death, and criminal web, including the role of Ghislaine Maxwell.

An ID Book Club Selection - Featured in the Peacock original documentary series Epstein's Shadow: Ghislaine Maxwell

By now, the basic contours of Jeffrey Epstein's horrendous crimes--his decades-long serial abuse of young women and underage girls--are familiar. But for all that has been written about Epstein since his shocking death in a lower Manhattan jail cell, an astonishing amount remains unknown. A shy Brooklyn kid turned renegade financier, Jeffrey Epstein never wanted to play by the rules of polite society. He was elusive in life and he has remained just as elusive in death.

What is known is that he had amassed nearly $600 million by the time of his death. That fortune allowed Epstein to pursue a privileged, secretive life, jetting between his fortress-like homes in Manhattan, New Mexico, and Little St. James, his private island. Behind these closed doors, Epstein socialized with scientists and world leaders and preyed on powerless young women.

In The Spider, Barry Levine shines a light into the darkest corners of Epstein's world, including

- Epstein's young adulthood and earliest accusations of sexual misconduct
- the murky sources of Epstein's fortune and business dealings

- Epstein's circle of confidantes and employees, particularly the nature of his long relationship with socialite Ghislaine Maxwell
- his ties to powerful men, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Les Wexner, and Donald Trump
- Epstein's last hours as a free man in Paris and the secret operation to arrest him at a New Jersey airport before he could flee
- new details on Epstein's final days in jail and the mystery surrounding his death

Featuring rare and never-before-seen photographs, The Spider exposes how Epstein operated and evaded justice for so long--and how he drew so many others into his criminal web.

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