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Set in the tropical Gulf Coast of Louisiana, P.D.12 chronicles the lives of three police officers as they work to survive corruption, greed, incompetence, hatred and terror amid indifference and negligence.
Austin, the rebellious, callous veteran, accused of a crime of which he is innocent...this time.
Haggar, the sergeant too sensitive to be effective.
Hanson, the fat veteran with a mind of such high ...
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P.D. 12

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Overview

Set in the tropical Gulf Coast of Louisiana, P.D.12 chronicles the lives of three police officers as they work to survive corruption, greed, incompetence, hatred and terror amid indifference and negligence.
Austin, the rebellious, callous veteran, accused of a crime of which he is innocent...this time.
Haggar, the sergeant too sensitive to be effective.
Hanson, the fat veteran with a mind of such high intelligence and creativity, finds himself mired in a terrifying morass of bloody, ghoulish murders as his path continually crosses that of Sweetthing, a homicidal psychotic who slaughters innocent women with no rhyme or reason.
P.D.12 tells the tale of how, in the end, JUSTICE is served...COLD!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014260145
  • Publisher: IronBar Press Media
  • Publication date: 8/17/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • File size: 190 KB

Meet the Author

A long time ago O.T. Copper was a police officer in a small southern city. He has since become a teacher and has earned his Ph.D.
His first novel, P.D.12, is based upon true events that he experienced during his years of uniformed service in Louisiana. The characters portrayed are fictional and their traits are an amalgam of people O.T. worked with and encountered during his cop years. The only name that is real is Mercedes Sneeze. The character named in no way depicts the real Mercedes Sneeze. Copper just liked her name.
Almost all the events described are true. The dear reader must determine which are true and which are fantasy of the author's imagination. HINT: the ending isn't.
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