- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- Large type / large print ed
- Dennis Patrick Murphy
- Black & white illustrations
- 229 x 152 x 21 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 5712:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Case Lam w/Jacket on White w/Gloss Lam
- 658 g
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The True Queen
True CrimeBecoming a police officer isn?t easy and Patrick MacKenna has the odds stacked against him?before finding out about girls, he?d aspired to join the priesthood?the whole good against evil thing intrigued him as a kid growing up in Central New York?now after marrying young and going through a divorce he?s trying to make it as a cop in his home town of Camillus?but he?s treading water on whether he?ll keep his job on the force?worse than that, Mac thought all cops were the good guys?he?s slowly finding out on his journey that this might not exactly be the case, and that some true blue brothers weren?t what they were supposed to be at all!
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"the tone of this book is direct, honest, and somewhat nostalgic. it has a kind and funny narrator. your characters are also compelling. i found myself intrigued by their histories and dynamics from the very beginning. mac is a likeable main character, whose choices, motivations, and thoughts are easily understood by the reader…"
Dennis Patrick Murphy, M.S.C.J. is a Navy veteran, former United States Air Force Reserve-OSI agent, and an adjunct professor who attained a graduate degree in criminal justice and has held the following titles in law enforcement and the military; Police Officer, E.R.T Operator, Detective, Task Force Agent, Police Sergeant, Detective Sergeant, Police Lieutenant, Detective Lieutenant, Supervising Criminal Investigator, Senior Federal Investigator, Intelligence Specialist, Operational Representative, and Special Agent, but his favorite title is being called 'Dad' by his four children.
this is the author’s first of a series of works in which he brings over thirty years of local, state, and federal law enforcement experience to a funny, endearing, hard punching work of crime thriller fiction that looks inside what it actually takes to walk the thin blue line.