Tales of a Country Cop in Africa
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|Number of Pages||:||300 Pages|
The book traces the experiences of a small-town cop in rural America who, following a divorce, retires from a career in law enforcement to pursue a career in international diplomatic security and intelligence in Liberia, West Africa, which explodes into savagery and revolution shortly after his arrival.
Outstanding work Kathy Harding Michael Jaquish has told exactly what it's like to be a country cop in a rural town, and what it's like to be a merc in Africa. He goes into great detail on the emotional and physical experiaces he has endoured, and has made it into a great story you wont want to put down. This is not some fictional thing you would read in a Tom . Truth, Justice and the American Way D. Donovan Tales of a Country Cop in Africa is a fascinating peek inside the mind of one seeking to rescue the world from its own insanity. He is one of those inexplicable men involved in the battle for justice on the front lines. He is with all his being endeavoring to keep the world safe for ordinary lives. Anyone involved with Critical I. Muriel Hastings said A Hero's Journey. In Tales of a Country Cop In Africa, Michael Jaquish gives the reader an intimate experience of a "man's world", including the searing soul sacrifices of a man who holds his personal Code of Honor as his guiding principle. This book is more than a compilation of stories of a man of adventure. It is the story of a man's courage to