Wednesday, February 24, 2010

The Susan Murphy Milano Show-Today 3PM CST / 4PM EST

Susan Murphy Milano welcomes acclaimed author, radio host and men's rights advocate Burl Barer. And Hollywood Private Eye Fred Wolfson a victim of intimate violence.

Fred Wolfson is a former U.S. Intelligence Officer in the Reagan Administration, who becomes a successful and wealthy private investigator. Wolfson was a regular contributor for network television and radio in the fields of personal and corporate security, and had his own weekly television program on the air dedicated to solving cold cases.

Wolfson fell in love with a beautiful surgeon, and the two were soon married. Shortly after the marriage, Wolfson’s health began taking a turn for the worse. Wolfson’s physician wife began prescribing a multitude of medications, yet his health and mental acuity continued to deteriorate. Wolfson’s wife pointed to mental illness, convincing everyone that the world renowned investigator had “lost his marbles.” While pretending to be the doting wife, caring for her mentally ill husband, she was actually draining Wolfson’s bank accounts and preparing for the ultimate betrayal – - his death!

The attempt to murder Fred Wolfson is about a woman who would stop at nothing to get what she wanted, including murder, and the ability of this former intelligence officer to fight back through a drug induced haze to save his own life.

Legendary author, Brilliant Burl Barer is a Edgar Award winning author and two-time Anthony Award nominee with extensive media, advertising, marketing, and public relations experience.

Garnering accolades for his creative contributions to radio, television, and print media, Barer’s career has been highlighted in The Hollywood Reporter, London Sunday Telegraph, New York Times, USA Today, Variety, Broadcasting, Electronic Media, and on ABC’s Good Morning America.
Wednesday, February 24,2010

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1 comment:

Burl Barer said...

Thank you so much for having Fred and me on the show. Delilah did a fine job. Violence takes many forms, and the violence done to the perception (and self perception) of men and boys in society is tragic. Any home where there is violence is a home that needs healing. A violence free society is the best gift for our children. We must learn to cooperate and not be insulting and contumacious. As I said to my lover, "if you are going to keep insulting me, you can untie yourself!" (How on Earth do you put up with me, Susan?)

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