Tough Cop: Mike Chitwood vs the Scumbags

Tough Cop: Mike Chitwood vs the Scumbags

by Harold I. Gullan

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BN ID: 2940148712039
Publisher: Camino Books, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/22/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 1,093,661
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Dr. Harold I. Gullan, going equally strong at 82, initially had a notable career in advertising, starting after his graduation from the Johns Hopkins University, as the youngest account executive ever hired at America's oldest adverting agency, N.W. Ayer. Ultimately he determined to move in a more meaningful direction, earning his Ph.D. in history in 1998. Since that time he has not only been a visiting professor at a number of universities, but written eight widely-acclaimed books (with five different publishers—from John Wiley to Camino Books, ranging from politics and presidential parents to the significance of sports). Perhaps the most widely-publicized were his companion works, “Faith of Our Mothers' and “First Fathers”. The latter was featured in Barnes &Noble's Father's Day promotion of 2005, included on the relevant table at every B. & N. outlet throughout the nation. In addition, Gullan, who has spoken at virtually every presidential library from Hyde Park, New York to Simi Valley, California, was asked by the United States government to discuss the presidency on the Voice of America, and the books were even translated into Chinese (alas, not a single yen yet). Gullan has been featured in everything from “Fox and Friends” and C-Span to “Parade” magazine. “TOUGH COP” represents an entirely new area for Gullan. He originally met Chitwood when the latter spoke at his daughter-in-law's university. The two worked out the framework for the book—more the account of an ongoing career than a customary biography, at the legendary Llanerch Diner (but just missed getting into “Silver Linings Playbook”). Originally from Baltimore, Gullan lives with his wife of 52 years, Elizabeth in the Mt. Airy section of Philadelphia, and have been blessed with two adorable grandchildren.

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