Are Cops Racist?

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2003 - Political Science - 177 pages
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Zombies stalk the night. Forget blood and brains. These monsters hunger for human souls. Sadly, they've got mine...

Alice Bell has lost so much. Family. Friends. A home. She thought she had nothing else to give. She was wrong.

After a new zombie attack, strange things begin to happen to her. Mirrors come to life, and the whispers of the dead assault her ears. But the worst? A terrible darkness blooms inside her, urging her to do very wicked things.

She's never needed her team of zombie slayers more, but ultra bad-boy Cole Holland, the leader and her boyfriend, suddenly withdraws from her...from everyone. Now, with her best friend Kat at her side, Ali must kill the zombies, uncover Cole's secret and learn to fight the darkness.

But the clock is ticking...and if she fails at a single task, they're all doomed.


I've lost so much.

A dear friend.

My new home.

My purpose. My pride.

And it's my fault. I can blame no one else.

I and I alone let the darkness in.

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MacDonald (The Burden of Bad Ideas) is one of the few authors who attempts to justify current policing methods, arguing that the truth about policing and issues related to race is not known to the ... Read full review


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Heather Mac Donald is an American political commentator, journalist and writer. She was born in California on November 23, 1956. She received her B.A. in English from Yale University, graduating with a Mellon Fellowship to Cambridge University, where she earned her M.A. in English and studied in Italy through a Clare College study grant. Her J.D. is from Stanford University Law School. She has worked as a non-practicing lawyer for Honorable Stephen Reinhardt, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, has been an attorney-adviser in the Office of the General Counsel of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and a volunteer with the Natural Resources Defense Council in New York City. Her awards include the Civilian Valor Award (2004) from New Jersey State Law Enforcement Officers Association; the 2008 Integrity in Journalism award from the New York State Shields; the 2008 Eugene Katz Award for Excellence in the Coverage of Immigration from the Center for Immigration Studies; and the 2008 Eugene Katz Award for Excellence in the Coverage of Immigration from the Center for Immigration Studies and the 2012 Quill & Badge Award for Excellence in Communication from the International Union of Police Associations. Her writings have also appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times, The New Republic, Partisan Review, and other leading publications. She is the author of the bestseller The War on Cops: How the New Attack on Law and Order Makes Everyone Less Safe.

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