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Men in Blue (Badge Of Honor) Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 1988
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On a different note, I don't know when or how the book was edited or printed but there were many typographic errors, words run together, and some misspelled. I mention this not to take away from the story but as a criticism of the editing, proofing and printing. This author deserves better.
On reading "Men in Blue" for the second time I found it just as enjoyable as it was the first time, two years ago. Griffin's development of characters draws readers into the lives of each to the point where you come to feel you know them, almost like friends or neighbors, and want to come to know them even more.
Griffin's novels are a blend of fact and fiction that not only tell a story but educate at the same time; "Men in Blue" (as well as the other books in the series) follows the events, loves, and disappointments of the members of the Philadelphia Police Department. A mixture of action (chasing and bringing to justice, one way or the other, the bad guys (and girls); and, the politics within the city administration; police department; and, in some cases. families, Griffin manages to keep the reader turning pages (or scrolling through as is often the case) through the night.
A good read and a lead-in to the books that follow. Pay particular attention to Peter Wohl, Matt Payne, Coughlin, Carlucci, Lowenstein, McFadden, and Martinez (takes notes if you must) particularly if you intend to read the entire series. Enjoy!
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Seems like an intro to a sequel. No substance, no plot, characters come and go without reason, most persons are ideal predictable and boring.Published 2 months ago by Paul Lotke
Griffin, AKA Bill Butterworth has written a great book about the Philadelphia, PA, police department. This is the first book in a great series. Read morePublished 5 months ago by C. Daniel McClean
Since I am now reading Book 2, I guess you can say I enjoy the series!Published 5 months ago by Marlene S.
Another web saga which grips you and keeps you wanting to see what happens next.Published 6 months ago by ssparkd
Love W. E. B. Griffin, working my way thru Men In Blue series.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer