My Stories “Before They Go Untold”

Five years ago, I was contacted by a media/videographer who was interested in my background. She wanted to conduct a 15-minute interview about life as a kid, as a stepson of mobsters, then a career cop/homicide detective, and some of the stories that might be of interest to others. The name of the program was “Before They Got Untold” – with Molly Park. 

Though the video is 5 years old, and with time on my hands waiting for a visitor named Dorian, I thought it might of interest to some of my fans and friends.  So…here is the link:

Marshall Frank, 75, Talks About Becoming a Detective in Miami, FL – YouTube

While I am at it I might as well plug my book of memoirs, “From Violence to Violence”…which chronicles a difficult childhood, living with gangsters, music, police, multiple marriages and kids, and much more. Signed copies are available, just e-mail me at MLF283@aol.com.  Books are $15 including shipping.
(Books have had two different publishers….same content)

 

5 Responses to My Stories “Before They Go Untold”

  1. Richard Plager September 1, 2019 at 10:05 am #

    Certainly one of your better books; make sure every body reads pages 148 & 149;

    You did not ask my permission.

    Richard Plager
    (retired Police Captain, Miami/Dade

  2. John McGuire September 1, 2019 at 10:47 am #

    Very interesting video (which I had not seen before) and great complementary piece to your book (which I did purchase and read a couple of years ago).

    Good luck with Dorian!

  3. Don September 1, 2019 at 11:20 am #

    Excellent video. For those of you who may not be familiar with Marshall, he is a true Renaissance man. He is a retired Miami Dade Homicide Detective, a concert violinist, and the author of 16 books. He has had a fascinating life, is a modest but caring human being, and goes out of his way to help other people, especially talented young musicians. I recommend that you check out and read all of his books. Once you start reading you will be unable to stop; they are that good!

  4. Chris September 1, 2019 at 3:39 pm #

    Incredible video Marshall. I could see emotions rising back to the surface … and totally understand them. Your last homicide arrest(s) must have been very tough, and I absolutely know what you must have felt, having seen a state trooper in NY beat a man who subsequently died, and that (now retired) trooper has threatened my life on several occasions. Life is not perfect at all.

  5. Dorothy E. Miller September 4, 2019 at 8:31 am #

    I ike all of your books all of them, I like nonfiction so I’m one of your best readers, keep the good works up

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