Books

FREE Book For Everyone!!

I want to give you a FREE book today, as my way of saying "thanks" for following me, supporting me, buying my books, liking my posts, leaving reviews, and every other amazing thing you do! You're great! The Absolver: Confession is a short prequel to The Absolver series and introduces you to Michael Thomas. This story… Continue reading FREE Book For Everyone!!

Police Life

The American Police Force – History of Law Enforcement

Today American citizens could not imagine a society in which the police would not come to their rescue in an emergency. The police force as we know it, however, is a relatively new establishment. During the 1600s and 1700s citizens would rely on the ‘night watch’ to protect them, which consisted of volunteers. At the… Continue reading The American Police Force – History of Law Enforcement

Books

First Official Donation, Thanks to All of You!

Thanks to everyone who has supported my writing and this new endeavor through Cyanide Publishing. You're literally making new dreams come true for me, almost every week. Got some really exciting news coming up in the next two months, but I'm going to share that with you when its closer. For today, I want to… Continue reading First Official Donation, Thanks to All of You!

Locations

The Arizona Rangers

The Arizona Territorial Rangers, the first organized state law enforcement agency, formed in 1860 with consent from the Provisional Territorial Government.  In order to attempt to protect the territory’s fledgling population from Apache raids, three companies were created throughout the territory. After the Civil War came West and elements of the Confederate Army declared Arizona… Continue reading The Arizona Rangers

Locations

Arizona – A Desert State

One of America’s four corner states and the its sixth largest, Arizona is located in the southwest region of the country. It became the 48th state in the USA, on February 14th 1912. The name is believed to have come from the area’s previous Spanish name, Arizonac, meaning ‘small spring.’ It was first used in… Continue reading Arizona – A Desert State