Murder in Palm Beach – The Homicide That Never Died
A shotgun blast shatters a window in a Palm Beach home, and a prominent citizen is felled. Murder in Palm Beach is a novel closely based on a sensational assassination in 1976. The murder made headlines for 15 years.
In the thin guise of fiction, the book contains shocking new information, never before made public, about the killer and the important, unlikely person behind the slaying. Author Bob Brink, an award-winning journalist, was a newspaper reporter where the event occurred.
An ambitious prosecutor pins the deed on Mitt Hecher, a hoodlum, and karate expert. While he is in prison, his loving wife contracts a usually fatal disease. Investigators track down myriad scenarios. Is he guilty? This is a story of redemption wrapped in a mystery involving power, sex, violence, and romance.
About Bob Brink (Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Author)
Bob Brink is a journalist who worked with the Palm Beach Post, The Associated Press in Chicago, Milwaukee Journal, Tampa Tribune, Joliet Herald-News, and Palm Beach Media Group (magazines). His byline has been on thousands of news stories, features, and entertainment reviews. Brink has won numerous writing accolades and several awards.
He has been a blogger for several years, and is the author of several books. To promote his current novel, MURDER IN PALM BEACH: The Homicide That Never Died, he has a website, www.bobbrinkwriter.com. From the site, he blogs on three passions – grammar, alternative health care, and socio-political issues – as well as events germane to his and others’ books.
Brink’s first book, A TALE OF TWO CONTINENTS: Jetting Across the Globe to Have a Baby, is a short memoir that he ghost-wrote for a woman. Almost simultaneously, he authored BREAKING OUT, a coming-of-age novel about a troubled young man. Recently, he compiled a book of short stories titled THE WAY IT WAS: Short Stories and Tall Tales.