Praise for Danger Road: A true crime story of murder and redemption

Written by John P. Contini

Edited by B2B Content Solutions


Lawyer's true-life crime tale a sizzler

The hottest case at the Broward County Courthouse these days is the 1991 murder trial of two bodybuilders charged with the execution-style murders of three men along a deserted road in the Everglades.

Miami Herald, September 2006


"Danger Road rips the curtain off a high profile murder case that has the highest stakes possible: life or death. Then it takes you into the bowels of the justice system and on this journey you go from the darkest, coldest heart to the crowning glory of the human condition. Danger Road is a searing and scintillating gawk at the truth about our legal system and ourselves."

Howard Finkelstein, Broward County Public Defender and founder of the Help Me Howard television news segment


"John Contini has written a fascinating true crime book of one of the most high profile murder cases in Broward County history. In addition, he has managed to superbly display the psychology behind the tense moments in the courtroom with his frank disclosure of his own insightful self-talk during that time. It is as honest as it gets and I was not able to put the book down.. and I already knew the ending!"

Dr. Michael Brannon, forensic psychologist


"John Contini's new book is a great read for lawyer and non lawyer alike. It is fast paced, dramatic and real. He will become the John Grisham of real court room suspense writing."

Bob Stone, veteran trial lawyer


"John’s work goes beyond just being another “true crime” book: It is a riveting morality treatise affording extraordinary insight into a homicide's rippling effects not only on the immediate participants but also on all who are touched by the ongoing waves of its horror - yet revealing hope that a measure of good can spring out of even the machinations of evil."

Brian Cavanaugh, Chief of Homocide, Office of the Broward State Attorney


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