Over the years, Jeffrey Epstein has continued to be a topic of conversation. Many followed not only charges that the former financier had faced, but also the strange circumstances surrounding his apparent suicide in 2019. Now, a new book examines Epstein's life and the route one lawyer took as he attempted to get justice for the alleged victims. 

As stated on Amazon, "Relentless Pursuit: My Fight for the Victims of Jeffrey Epstein" will serve as "the definitive story of the case against Jeffrey Epstein and the corrupt system that supported him." The story, which is told by attorney Brad Edwards, details the path that he took for more than a decade as he worked towards finding a road to bring the one-time millionaire to justice.

In doing so, Edwards represented over 20 of Epstein's victims as he "shined a light on his shadowy network of accomplices" and "uncovered the scope of his sexually exploitative organization, which reached into the highest levels of American society." 

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The new work, which was released on Tuesday, shares "stunning details never shared before" as readers will get to follow Edwards' efforts.

According to The Daily Beast, not only does "Relentless Pursuit" read like a thriller, but it also sheds a light on some of the connections that Epstein reportedly made over the years with well-known people, including President Donald Trump, former U.S. president Bill Clinton, and others. 

At one point in the book, Edwards reportedly discusses various times that Clinton traveled with Epstein, including a specific trip to Africa for humanitarian efforts. Even though the author "never said or thought that Bill Clinton did anything wrong" in that instance, he also wondered why he hadn't come forward later on, as he believed the politician had "helpful information."

Donald Trump is also discussed in the book. Edwards writes that the former star of "The Apprentice" was the "first of Epstein’s powerful friends to answer our subpoena in a meaningful way." He also revealed that in 2009, the President spoke to him on the phone about his interactions with the businessman.

Aside from the new title, Epstein has also been a fixture of conversation in the news over the past year due to other things, including a video leak at ABC News. In the short clip, "Good Morning America" anchor Amy Robach was seen discussing how Prince William and Kate Middleton had played an unexpected role in preventing her reporting from being shown. This, in turn, prompted an investigation at the news network

The new book, which also includes new details of other "chilling" encounters, was released Tuesday and is now available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble

US justice officials are investigating how Jeffrey Epstein, one of America's most high-profile on-remand detainees, was able to kill himself when he was supposed to be under close watch US justice officials are investigating how Jeffrey Epstein, one of America's most high-profile on-remand detainees, was able to kill himself when he was supposed to be under close watch Photo: Palm Beach County Sheriff's Department / HO