Book: Collision Course (A Josh Williams Novel) by Joe Broadmeadowcategories: Book, Police, Crime, Race, Bias, Legal, Cops, Prejudice, Law, Corruption, Thriller
Joe Broadmeadowabout this book: Collision Course is a legal thriller incorporating elements of blind political ambition, the strained relationship between the Police and the minority community arising from racial prejudices embedded within police departments, a troubled war veteran, and the taking of a human life by a police officer in the line of duty.
The novel explores the human aspect of those thrust into a nightmare beyond their control. An ambitious US Attorney turns the rage of racial inequality into a platform for a run for the US Senate, perverting the Justice system and trampling over anyone in his way to succeed.
The story stems from my over 20 years as a police officer. I wanted to deal with the difficult subject of racial bias within law enforcement but also put a human face on the men and women who wear the badge. Not all cops are bigots, and not all those who's job it is to protect us are good guys.
It is important to understand the extent of the problem and confront it.
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