Between Donuts: Twenty-Years of the Humorous, Sobering, and Heart Wrenching Reality of a Street Cop

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PublishAmerica, May 1, 2002 - Humor - 108 pages
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A nude nincompoop, a pie-eyed St. Nick, and a crafty car salesman are only a few of the lawbreakers you'll find in Between Donuts. Composed of selected law enforcement columns written for The Salt Lake Tribune, Between Donuts proves beyond a reasonable doubt that readers are intrigued with what goes on behind the crime scene tape. The reader is placed inside a police car and exposed to a line-up of true tales from the street. The characters range from rambunctious kindergarteners to a 90-year-old female juror. Paul St. John Fleming was a patrolman, but the badge didn't stop there. He was assigned to detectives, narcotics, vice squad, the jail undercover, and other tasks. Stimulating, odd, and eccentric cases cover to cover. Between Donuts is a swag bag of humor and tears that crossed his path. Buckle up in Fleming's squad car. It's a ride you will never forget.

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