In From Violins To Violence, Marshall Frank bares all about his transition from a classical violinist, dancer and stepson of a Miami Beach mobster, to his illustrious career as one of Miami-Dade County s premier homicide detectives. In a most compelling autobiography, Frank shares many personal and professional experiences. Read about: ~How an improbable candidate became a law enforcement officer ~The influence of a family mobster on corrupt officials ~Struggles faced by homicide investigators ~True murders cases, rapes, suicides and other major criminal investigations ~The arrest of five police officers for murder and the political fallout that followed ~The truth behind the Miami/Liberty City riots of 1980 ~Crushed marriages, alcoholism and the bane of drug addiction ~The influence of music in life of turmoil
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Author, Marshall Frank is a retired police captain from Miami-Dade, Florida where he served sixteen of his thirty years in law enforcement investigating murders or commanding those who did. In 1980, he was called to the U.S. Congress to present testimony regarding violent crime in America. Since retiring, Frank has authored five novels and three books of non-fiction, plus over 300 editorial articles published in various newspapers and magazines. He is frequently invited as a guest speaker at libraries, civic organizations, schools and conferences. Visit his web site: www.marshallfrank.com. Email: MLF283@aol.comReview:
"Fascinating, riveting, revealing. One of the best police memoirs ever." --Jeff Pate, bestselling author and former police officer
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Book Description Fortis Books, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110971870926
Book Description Fortis Books, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0971870926
Book Description Fortis Books, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0971870926