Murder In Oregon

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Murder In Oregon

5.0/5

Critic Rating

In the 1980s crime journalist Phil Stanford dove into the decadent and dangerous world of Miami just as the city was becoming the cocaine- and murder- capital of the United States. His path would place him in the crosshairs of a federal investigation focusing on a mysterious and controversial drug smuggling pilot who claimed to be an operative of the American government- all while flaunting his extensive illicit activity. Murder in Miami traces the connection between the murder of a missing Miami private investigator to the sprawling roots of an international money laundering scheme as Stanford tries to make sense...


Critic Reviews

Score: 5

Zach Dundas • Portland Monthly Feb 25, 2020

"A striking ensemble tells the tale: Stanford, gravel-voiced and wry; Francke’s unvarnished brothers, Kevin and Pat; and Bright Pacheco, the well-modulated audio pro."

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Score: 5

Keelin • Mentally? A Magpie. Feb 19, 2020

"The storytelling emits the poise and personality of a well produced documentary. Added are snippets of comfortable, conversational interview. You don't want to stop taking it in. It is frustrating, but worth a listen for those of us who love a good and complex story."

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