The book is at the printers, due June 15, 2018–Thanks for all the reviews!

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For the past two years, I have been hard at work doing research for my new book: Unsolved: Cold-Case Homicides of Law Enforcement Officers. It is the first time in law enforcement history, a book has addressed all the unsolved police homicides in the United States. Here is a short synopsis:

“Law enforcement officers make their living fighting crime. The death of an officer killed while on duty presents the most heartfelt crisis a department can face. Agencies make it their highest priority to solve the case and bring the murderers to justice. But it is not a perfect world and sometimes, they are not successful. Unsolved: Cold-Case Homicides of Law Enforcement Officers brings attention to this national tragedy. Building on two years of comprehensive nationwide research, Unsolved includes information on each fallen officer, his or her department and in many cases, an in-depth account of the murder. Unsolved is a touching tribute to these courageous law enforcement officers.”

If you might be interested in writing a review, please let me know at: policehistoryjamesbultema@gmail.com. I will send you an electronic copy of the book and if I use your review, I will be happy to send you a signed copy of the book when it comes out on May 15, 2018. Thank you and be safe.

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One thought on “The book is at the printers, due June 15, 2018–Thanks for all the reviews!

  1. Hello Jim. Great to hear from you again. I’ve been intermittently off-line due to typical getting-older stuff.

    Thanks for the opportunity to review your new “Cold Case Homicides…” book. You can count on my offering an honest review.

    Hope all is well with you.

    Best,

    Harry Marnell hmarnell@gmail.com

    On Jan 7, 2018 14:04, “Guardians of Angels: A History of the Los Angeles Police Department” wrote:

    policehistoryjamesbultema@gmail.com posted: ” For the past two years, I have been hard at work doing research for my new book: Unsolved: Cold-Case Homicides of Law Enforcement Officers. It is the first time in law enforcement history, a book has addressed all the unsolved police homicides in the “

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