Framed in Monte Carlo: How I Was Wrongfully Convicted for a Billionaire's Fiery Death

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About the Author

TED MAHER is an ex-Green Beret who became a private nurse to billionaire banker Edmond Safra. Wrongfully convicted for Safra's death, he was imprisoned abroad for almost eight years.

BILL HAYES is a bestselling nonfiction author, featured in documentary films and TV shows and for his extensive knowledge in a variety of fields. He received the prestigious Silver Spoke Award for his body of literary work in the motorcycling community.

JENNIFER THOMAS is an award-winning author, editor, designer, and publisher. With a BA from Columbia University and a Specialized Certificate in Copyediting from the University of California, San Diego, she has produced dozens of books of every genre, including her and Hayes' Hullabaloo!, Triumphs and Tragedies, and Butterfly Tears.

MICHAEL GRIFFITH, Esq. is a partner of the International Legal Defense Counsel whose high-profile clients include Billy Hayes--the man whose story inspired the Oliver Stone movie Midnight Express. An international criminal law expert, he has counseled individuals imprisoned in dozens of countries. He has been featured in major media outlets about his famous cases and expertise--60 Minutes, 48 Hours, Dateline, 20/20, Good Morning America, TheNew York Times, and TheWashington Post, to name a few.