The Home Boy's Odyssey: The Saga of the Journey from Orphan Boy to Criminalist

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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Human beings are at their best when they are confronted with situations that seem hopeless. Detective Lieutenant Michael Dunn stepped into one of these situations when he was reassigned to the homicide division. He is a nineteen-year veteran of the police department and has a good guy reputation throughout the department. He discovers a secret that the perpetrator has been able to conceal for over two decades. He and his partner, Detective Inspector Karen Lightfoot, set out to uncover a mystery that was well camouflaged and executed. The resulting investigation led them into a labyrinth of false leads that went nowhere. The investigation was like no other that he or his partner had ever been involved in or heard about. The resources that they summoned to aid them in their search are formidable, but are of limited use to them in their attempts to solve the case. Frustration reign supreme as they conduct their investigation. Blind alleys are common, each is a moral buster and valuable time is wasted following bad leads. In this homicide investigation, time means more lives lost.

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