The most recent novel I've completed is The Delta Star by Joseph Wambaugh. This book was truly one of a kind in terms of style. It's a police book but it's more than that. Most police books are mystery novels driven entirely by plot following one or two officers. This book was character-driven through and through. … Continue reading The Delta Star by Joseph Wambaugh
My vacation is almost here and you know what that means... Time to write! I will actually have time to work on some stories and create something that y'all will enjoy reading instead of stupid update blogs that I know you grow sick of reading them as quickly as I grow sick of writing them. … Continue reading Short Story Series
A Baltimore kid with a lengthy criminal record ran over Police Officer Amy Caprio in a stolen Jeep, killing her. Had this happened in Chicago, Kim Foxx would've already I-Bonded him and let him roam the streets since apparently stealing cars isn't a violent crime. This crap infuriates me. A kid who has already proven … Continue reading Baltimore County Officer Down, Criminal Kid With Lengthy Rap Sheet Charged
What genre of books do you typically read? Do you ever stray from that genre and read books that fall within others? I wouldn't say I have a typical genre that I read but I recently started reading The Black Echo by Michael Connelly. I'm not much of a "police procedural" novel type of guy. I … Continue reading Black Echo / Crime Novels
http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20180517/BLOGS02/180519872/preckwinkle-blasts-emanuel-on-volatile-carjacking-issue Preckwinkle blames the carjackings in Chicago, committed by primarily young offenders, on the police saying they aren't making enough arrests, then says that incarcerating young offenders is detrimental to their well-being. Do you want arrests, or do you want to let carjackers walk away without so much as a slap on the wrist?