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Book Review: Loco Moco by Ty Hutchinson

Trouble in paradise continues to brew as a young girl disappears. Read More »

DVD Review: Above Suspicion – Set 1

Dark, gritty and not very pleasant at times, but probably one of the best acted and produced/directed police procedurals I've ever seen. Read More »

DVD Review: The Glades – The Complete Second Season

To quote my 12-year-old son: "Turn it off. This is a very bad TV show. Please turn it off." Read More »

Book Review: Harbor Nocturne by Joseph Wambaugh

Sex, crime and whackiness in dark and cynical humor. Los Angles in all it's ravaged beauty Read More »

Book Review: The Stonecutter: A Novel by Camilla Läckberg

When investigating the death of a young girl, a police officer discovers the sinister side of a small Swedish town. Read More »

Book Review: Rip-Off by Mar Preston

Rip-Off will keep you turning pages! An enjoyable murder mystery set in upscale Santa Monica. Read More »

Interview with Mar Preston, Author of Rip-Off

"The reason why it’s so hard to get a cop to read a mystery is clichéd plots and characters." Read More »

Interview: David Swinson, Author of A Detailed Man

David Swinson, a much decorated detective in the Washington Police Force, talks about his first novel. Read More »

Book Review: A Detailed Man by David Swinson

The first novel by David Swinson is a tense, realistic drama of police and criminals in Washington DC. Read More »

DVD Review: Breakout Kings

This police drama is just okay, but the knockout work of Jimmi Simpson elevates it substantially. Read More »