Good morning,Tim.Thanks for your friendship,it's appreciated.Yep,I did 25byrs.with the Omaha ,Nebraska Police Dept..Went from about 26 calls a night,shootings,cuttings assaults,etc,retired ,moved to the sticks of Arkansas to a seven man dept. about three calls a month ,mostly Police Community relations stuff.Did that for two years and SURE nuff,moved to Springfield,Mo. and worked as a Wallyworld door greeter for a year.Take care and enjoy retirement.
I promised many of my PoliceLink friends that I would keep you updated on my new mystery/suspense trilogy. I'm pleased to announce my first novel, Child Finder, has debuted this month. It is available online at Barnes & Noble, and
I am hosting a formal launch and book signing event at Borders bookstore, Chapel Hills Mall, Colorado Springs, CO on Sunday, June 7th, from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm. It would be great to see you there, but if you cannot make it, then I hope you still get your hands on a copy of my book.
Please check my website where I have a pretty cool book trailer movie posted, as well as much more detail about the trilogy and upcoming book signing events: www.childfinder.us
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