Rock and Roll Murders
AN ENTREPRENEUR FINDS THAT MURDER IS NO BUSINESS SOLUTION.
This is a fictionalized true story of a radio station owner who would do anything to stay on top, including leaving behind a few corpses. One day, fate intervenes twisting him into a downward spiral and uncontrollable downfall.
A maelstrom of court trials ensued. There was the month-long murder-one criminal trial, extortion case over the FCC license, and a wrongful death suit against the corporation. Nationally famous criminal lawyers spiced up the proceedings for their million in fees. A bankruptcy petition was contested.
Phillip’s attention to details fascinates the reader, as he unveils the life of a budding detective turned politician, and the influences of politics into the judicial system and the flaws within. Some of the actual trial transcripts are included in the book.
A complex story that will delight readers who enjoy murder mysteries and true crime stories as diverse as life itself.
Self-Publishing Review ★★★★
"A lurid and thrilling true crime tale. The writing style is that of a slow-burning thriller, with the ends of most chapters reminding readers that something terrible and violent is brewing, and there is a threatening momentum that builds as the story moves forward. The true-crime thrill of this tangled California drama is undeniable."
D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
"The story slowly evolves its delightful complexity in a manner that makes it especially recommended for readers who want their murder mystery true crime coverages as multifarious as life itself. Its delightful review of circumstances will leave readers thinking long after the uncertain resolution of the tale."
All the elements of a great story are in this piece of literary art. The story solicits all kinds of emotions. Either you become an audience or a participant in this drama where love, obsession, and survival interlace into one complicated phase of life.