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Debates in Criminal Justice
Tom Ellis, Stephen P Savage
This innovative new book recognises that, while criminal justice studies is a core component of all criminology/criminal justice undergraduate degrees, it can be a confusing, overwhelming and a relatively dry topic despite its importance. Taking a...
San Rafael Jacked
Burns and Hadfield are back ! When the horse of rancher Lyon Hamilton arrives at a neighboring ranch riderless, everyone fears the worst. Hamilton practically lives in the saddle, often surveying his family's huge tracts of land in the San Rafael ...
Recensioner i media
"Ellis tells a good story with strong descriptions of the old and new Mississippi Gulf Coast. His minutiae for police work provides for a rip-roaring and graphic story. Only a former cop could come up with characters like Chuck the Dragon or a street urchin called the Duke of Earl. Biloxi Lights is a page turner with lots of action. It is funny, surprising, and even shocking. The plots and vivid characters create a sense of place." - Roy Frusha, author/former Louisiana State Police Commander
Bloggat om Biloxi Lights
Tom Ellis is a retired police sergeant. As former contributing editor for Law Enforcement Technology Magazine he authored numerous articles on firearms, equipment, and training. He was a member of the Alabama Police High Power and Small Bore Rifle Teams, participating in the International Law Enforcement Games in Sydney Australia, Edmonton Alberta Canada, and Washington DC, USA.