Hero to Zero by Zach Fortier
Here is a great book by Zach Fortier once again. I have read each book as they have come out and never once been disappointed. This is a true stories written from a police officer and tells the behind the scenes details of law enforcement, the good the bad the ugly.
You will learn how a cop or other cops go from having it all to losing it all and then going behind bars. I know unbelievable right???!! As a huge fan of Fortier, I feel as if I have built a great rapport with him and now I understand why anyone should read just one authors books one by one as they get published. “Anyone is capable of anything given the right circumstances.” This quote form the book is because one story tells of a man whom Zach worked with as a cop then was wanted by the FBI and caught for multiple murders. All of the stories written are true and also made Zach a worldwide published author that I will admire are follow forever. Written by Jackie Paulson © 2014
Zach Fortier was a police officer for over 30 years, specializing in K-9, SWAT, gang, domestic violence and sex crimes as an investigator. He has written three books about Police work. “Curbchek” the first book is a case by case account of the streets as he worked them from the start of his 30 career. “Streetcreds” the second book details time Zach Spent in a Gang task force and the cases that occurred. The third book is by far the most gritty: “Curbchek-Reload”. In “Curbchek-Reload” Zach is damaged and dangerously so, suffering from PTSD and the day to day violence of working the street. “Hero to Zero” is Zach’s fourth book and recalls cops he worked with that were incredibly talented but ended up going down in flames, some ended up in jail, prison and one on the FBI’s ten most wanted list. If you like True Crime, take a look at Zach Fortier. You won’t be disappointed.
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The Bellman Chronicles: Shining a Light on Mankind’s Missteps From The Trenches…
Great book! I have been a fan of Robert Hook’s blog for four years and couldn’t wait to get his ebook. He is in the hotel business of the area where he deals with customers and their baggage daily. I found the cover perfect for what he wrote about. If you are in the customer service related business you’ll love the boldness of his writing and the honesty. I kept saying that is so so true! I have been in the customer service industry myself and this was a good book, funny and to the point in areas where others would never tell. Thank you for the gift of your writing Robert! Looking forward to more of your books. © 2014 Jackie Paulson
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The Journal by Derick Parsons Book Review is a crime thriller full of mystery, surprise and suspense. In the Journal, Inspector Jack O’Neill and his partner Frank Carr are investigating a suspicious death. In the meantime another case comes up and they start to investigate another death. Two murders found seated on a chair with their hands tied behind the chair, is it the same person killing them? I could tell the author writes what he loves and keeps the reader’s attention. I felt like this crime mystery was one that could actually happen in real life which makes it more fun to read. I have not read Redemption Song, but now I will! Great book!
© 2014 Jackie Paulson
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A Moral Dilemma by Zara Kingsley (relationships and cheating men)
Opening of the book, “I had to do it. He’d left me with no other conceivable choice. He seemed intent on driving me crazy, turning me into a dithering, pathetic, neurotic maniac. The lying toe-rag!” I would recommend this book to anyone who is a teenager mostly females. The author has a great sense of humor with juggling the many roles of each of the characters thought out the book. Becky thinks her boyfriend is cheating on her, and gets evidence on a camcorder. She doesn’t do the recording to catch Jeremy in a lie but the bar tender. What she discovers is all too real and her two girlfriends get her through the “watching of the horrific truth of him cheating on her. If you have been divorced you may enjoy this book, as my emotions seemed to become real with the character of Becky. Yes, ending a love relationship is all too well of something all readers can relate to. If you are not someone whom likes this type of subject matter of “cheating relationships,” please do not read it. This book brought back memories of my broken relationships in my past but the story was realistic and fun to read. I would think all teenagers would love this romance and break up book because learning how others deal with their disappointments is something great to know in real life. Quote: “I know that Jerry turned out to be…” “A lying cheating toe-rag?” © 2014 Jackie Paulson
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Money Saving Tips and Recipes for the Frugal Homemaker by Emma Buckley
If you want to save money on almost anything read this book! If it helped me it will help you too!
This eBook will share some money saving tips and get you started living “on less.”
One tip I found to be true is when we make smart financial decisions that help us live on less it will help us create more freedom to spend more time doing what we really want to do. When we are a slave to our debts life becomes a struggle, and when we live on less life offers us more freedom.
Another helpful tip is to use coupons when you shop. I know it’s time consuming but it can be done. This is a secret money saver that everyone can use.
You can save money also by buying a vacuum with a bagless system so that you don’t need to spend on bags for it. Emma Buckley will give you enough money saving tips that it far outweighs what you will save in a year and worth the money to buy the book.
You will be amazed by how frugality can change your life for the better. Hit like, share your money saving tips in the comments below.
© 2014 Jackie Paulson
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