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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

2405 Police Books

September 20, 2010 - Police-Writers.com is a website that lists books authored by state and local law enforcement officials. In September 2010, Lieutenant Art Adkins released his second book, Power Grid, bringing the total number of books listed by state and local police officers to 2405. Currently, the site lists 1098 state and local law enforcement officials from 468 state and local law enforcement agencies who have written 2404 books.

Additionally, the site maintains separate listings on federal law enforcement officials, corrections officers, civilian police employees and police authors of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and India.

About Art Adkins
Lieutenant Art Adkins is a 29 year veteran of law enforcement. He began his law enforcement career on the Fort Lauderdale Police Department and then joined the Los Angeles Police Department. During his 12 years with the Los Angeles Police Department he attained the rank of sergeant. Lieutenant Art Adkins returned to Florida to finish his law enforcement career with the Gainesville Police Department. He has worked a variety of assignments including patrol, detectives, administration, vice, bunco-forgery. Moreover, as a sergeant he has supervised both investigative and administrative police units. Lieutenant Art Adkins is the author of The Oasis Project and his newest book Power Grid.

About Power Grid
According to the description of Power Grid, “Slade Lockwood, retired LAPD Deputy Chief and hero of The Oasis Project, returns in Power Grid to grant the cryptic wishes of a dying man. Trying to discover a secret power source which may have constructed architectural wonders of antiquity and destroyed Atlantis 11,000 years before, Slade finds that a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing. Cast into an arena of international intrigue, he races against time and around the world to unravel the mystery of Power Grid and to keep it out of the hands of corrupt government officials and nations intent on turning an ancient technology into a modern weapon of war. As the clues to Power Grid are revealed, will Slade succeed in his mission to make the secrets of the past remain in the past? The future of the Earth may well depend on it.”

More Information
http://www.police-writers.com/

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