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L.A. Justice Hardcover – January, 1993
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Top Customer Reviews
The second part of the book deals with Vernon's observations on American society and the things that have contributed its changes, not all of them for the better. These personal observations seem to be the recollections of an older gentleman who wishes to impart some of his aquired knowledge to a younger generation that might have a chance to make some changes for the better.
I met Mr. Vernon earlier this year at a Pointman Leadership Seminar that my employer sponsored. It was well worth my time and inspired me to read this book, which I had just aquired a month prior to the seminar. Having met the man prior to reading the book and getting a more insightful view of what makes him tick made the book more inspiring. I hope he might update the book and make it available to participants in his seminar as I believe he has grown a lot, spititually, since it was written and that aspect of his personality could better be presented in the book today.
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I read this book and loaned it to several friends. They all informed me that they couldn't put it down. Bob Vernon tells his story clearly and with conviction.Published 19 months ago by Shelia B. Pradia
A man among men. Robert Vernon was the best man for the job of chief, but Christian bigotry stopped his appointment.Published on March 19, 2014 by Dan Deforest
I really thought the book was going to be more about the LAPD, instaed I found out that it's a book about Robert Vernon and how everybody tore him apart and why they were all... Read morePublished on December 26, 2001