Men in Blue: Badge of Honor 01 by W.E.B. Griffin

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By W.E.B. Griffin

A cop has been shot--cold-bloodedly gunned down whereas attempting to hinder a holdup. laws say the research is to be dealt with like several different murder. but if a cop is killed within the line of accountability, it truly is diverse. And the brotherhood in blue will cease at not anything to carry the killer to justice. unique.

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All right,” Louise said. “Tell the crew to get what they can, at an absolute minimum, some location shots, and then you come in, and we can put it together here,” Cohen said. “We’ll probably use it for the lead-in and the major piece. Nothing else much has happened. ” “I saw it,” Louise said. ” She hung up the phone. “I just spoke with the news director,” she said. “He said he won’t use it until your public affairs officer clears it. ” “I’ll take care of it,” Wohl said. ” She shrugged, bitterly.

Friedrich Wohl had been a farmer from a small village near Kassel, pressed into service as a Grenadier in the Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel’s Regiment of Light Foot. Primarily to finance a university he had founded (and named after himself) in buildings he confiscated from the Roman Catholic Church at Marburg an der Lahn, Landgrave Philip had rented out his soldiers to His Most Britannic Majesty, George III of England, who had a rebellion on his hands in his North American colonies. Some predecessor of William Casey (some say it was Baron von Steuben, others think it was the Marquis de Lafayette) pointed out to the founding fathers that the Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel’s Regiment of Light Foot (known, because of their uniforms, as “the Redcoats”) were first-class soldiers, sure to cause the Continental Army a good deal of trouble.

Louise saw that one of the banquettes against the wall, in a position where she could see the door beside the cash register, was empty, and she slipped into it. The waitress went thirty feet farther before she realized that she wasn’t being followed. Then she turned and, obviously miffed, laid an enormous menu in front of Louise. ” she asked. “Coffee, please, black,” Louise said. She didn’t want alcohol to cloud her reasoning any more than it was already clouded. She looked around the dining room.

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