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Ed Hill: Busted Paperback – November 21, 2013
About the Author
Ed Hill is a retired member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He joined the RCMP in 1968 and retired in 2002. After serving as a police officer in five different decades, he’s accumulated years of stories and experiences. Busted is a collection of those stories: some are surprising; others are unbelievable; all are true.
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Ed, The time says It's 9:23 PM my computer. I have just finished a "badly" needed pee break --- With the end of my activity was insight I just couldn't stop until I passed the finish line. The event started at 3:15 and ran nonstop till 9:20 PM. I got so involved and interested in what I was doing I bypassed dinner and I even failed to visit and feed my wife Betty at her Care Facility. And what was I doing? Well at 3:15 I started reading a book called "BUSTED" and could not put it down until I closed it with the final words on page 118.
Ed, yesterday you told me that your thoughts would be that people might read a chapter or so in bed then pick it up and continue the next day for another couple chapters. I am predicting how wrong you are and I'm sure that many others will follow the same activity I engage myself in today!
I know you a lot better today than I did yesterday and I want to know how proud it makes me feel to be your friend. It was excellent reading and you have to be very proud of the legacy "you" and you book "Busted" leave behind here. Bill Beaton
Hill is a former Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer for his main career and in this book he tells stories about his adventures (and misadventures). This guy can weave a story! Some of the incidents are hilarious, others just plain human interest. Hill is obviously not your typical cop.
If you are looking for a funny, enlightening, sometimes sad, but always fascinating memoir in short story format, I highly recommend Hill's book. The writing is straightforward and engaging.