Box Set: Flowers for Mrs. Luskin, Speed Kills, and Until Proven Innocent: Three Investigative True Crime Books by Arthur Jay Harris
THREE INVESTIGATIVE TRUE CRIME MURDER BOOKS FOR THE PRICE OF TWOThis specially-priced 3-book box set by journalist and author Arthur Jay Harris includes FLOWERS FOR MRS. LUSKIN, SPEED KILLS, and UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT. They are also available individually.Harris is also the author of THE UNSOLVED MURDER OF ADAM WALSH, a 2-book series. Those books are
THREE INVESTIGATIVE TRUE CRIME MURDER BOOKS FOR THE PRICE OF TWO
This specially-priced 3-book box set by journalist and author Arthur Jay Harris includes FLOWERS FOR MRS. LUSKIN, SPEED KILLS, and UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT. They are also available individually.
Harris is also the author of THE UNSOLVED MURDER OF ADAM WALSH, a 2-book series. Those books are also available separately, in a specially-priced box set (available as well on Kindle Unlimited), and in a Single Edition, which is a condensed version.
This 3-book box set also includes a bonus first chapter of The Unsolved Murder of Adam Walsh.
FLOWERS FOR MRS. LUSKIN: The divorce was vicious, but at least it hadn’t turned deadly. Then came the flowers.
At the best house in the best neighborhood in Hollywood, Florida, Marie Luskin answered her front door and saw a deliveryman holding a floral arrangement. From behind the leaves and petals he pulled out a pistol and pointed it at her. At the time, she was embroiled in the biggest divorce in the county’s history.
But why didn’t the gunman shoot and kill her? According to Marie, he demanded all her money and then hit her with the gun. According to the prosecutor, he shot her. But the jury agreed on one thing: that Marie’s wealthy, estranged husband, Paul, was clearly behind a murder-for-hire. Then the truth came out.
SPEED KILLS: He built the fastest boats — for royalty, the rich, spies, smugglers, Feds and a former U.S. President. Then came six shots.
It was the era of cool shades and Miami Vice, and Don Aronow’s Cigarette boats were the symbol of the city’s sun-drenched decadence. But faster than his speed boats was Aronow himself — in races behind the throttle, in business deals and on the town with his collection of stunning women. And then, in broad daylight, someone in a dark Lincoln gunned him down.
Who had Don double-dealt? A dope smuggler? The Mafia? The husband or boyfriend of one of his many paramours? And after ten years of dogged work, did Miami police get it right — or were they dead wrong?
UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT: The prosecutor was no longer sure both murder defendants were guilty. So he asked his dad — the real-life Kojak.
A mother’s dying, gasping call to 911: “My husband! My baby!” In her secluded ranch house, she’d been stabbed with a kitchen knife. Her husband, infant and elderly father-in-law had all been shot in the head, point-blank.
For three years, police had two suspects under surveillance, then arrest. Both faced the death penalty. But prosecutor Brian Cavanagh began to doubt that the defendants were partners. So he consulted with his father, a retired NYPD cop whose reputation for savvy sleuthing had inspired the creation of one of the most beloved characters in television history. Now the question was: Could Dad help solve the case?