The Spin Doctor
Hero or Cold-Blooded Killer?
by Kirk Mitchell
When Kurt Sonnenfeld calls police to report his young, beautiful wife is dying with a bullet in her head, he alleges she shot herself. Police think otherwise. Prosecutors claim that hidden behind the façade of the charming videographer were personal issues that eroded his relationship with his glamorous advertising executive wife, Nancy, who filed separation papers. He is arrested for murder, but soon is released. However, one of the rising stars in the Denver prosecutor’s office is still convinced he is guilty and a warrant has once again been issued for his arrest on suspicion of first degree murder. But Sonnenfeld has already left the country.
Although he is still a murder suspect, Sonnenfeld has become one of the most visible public figures in his new home in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as he fights extradition. Sonnenfeld, a former FEMA employee, claims that his video footage of Ground Zero in the week after the 9/11 attack proves that top United States government officials were aware of the 2001 terrorist attacks before they occurred and that he is a victim of a U.S. plot to silence him.
The Spin Doctor tells the fascinating story of a man indicted for murder who has convinced people of influence that he is not a cold-hearted killer, but instead a brave hero, in this action-packed, gripping international suspense thriller.
"...an intriguing tale of international law and true crime."
— Midwest Book Review
The Spin Doctor was featured on CBS News' 48 Hours on Saturday, November 21. Author and Denver Post reporter Kirk Mitchell was interviewed for the broadcast.
Kirk Mitchell is a feature crime reporter at The Denver Post whose work has led to the captures and convictions of child molesters and killers in the United States and Mexico. He has been a daily newspaper reporter for more than twenty-five years, covering such diverse beats as local politics, health, education and crime. He has won more than sixty Colorado, Western United States and national awards including the American Legion’s national 1997 Fourth Estate Award that honors the nation’s most impactful story by radio, TV and print media. He resides in Denver, Colorado.
Nonfiction, 6 x 9, 320 pages
8 page photo insert
LC #2012932038, world rights
ISBN-13: 978-0-88282-394-2, (hc), $24.95
ISBN-13: 978-0-88282-444-4, (eBook), $24.95