Flaming Sundown

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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 31, 2010 - Fiction - 146 pages
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Silverlake is a suburban community of Columbus, Ohio, in which a burglar rapist has selected single women living in the city as his victims. He has made his plans and knows when he will strike and where. David Chandler, a rookie police officer, is able to identify when the criminal will strike, but he has no idea where. With everyone on the police department having a theory about the criminal, no one believes David knows anything more about the case than they do. David is forced to join forces with Sergeant William Romp, who is the only one with faith in the new officer. This is the story of how police agencies work to solve serious crimes and introduces the concept of crime prevention in the reduction of criminal activity. The focus of efforts to apprehend the criminal take a dark turn when the rapist selects David’s home and his own wife to be one of the victims in the crime wave. This is a story about good guys and bad guys. The good guys are good guys, and the bad guys are bad guys. Even with the seriousness of the crimes, humor is a tool used to show how police officers make mistakes and how those mistakes affect the community.

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Joseph Michael Demko is a former employee of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, former law emforcement officer, former combat Marine and the former President of the Ohio Crime Prevention Association.He lives in Central Ohio with his wife Gail and has a daughter, Theresa, who is an officer in the United States Marine Corps.A graduate of Ohio Dominican University. He brings all of his varied experience to the telling of true life events.

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