Friday, July 18, 2014

Spotlight on Uncuffed

Paul is a retired counter terrorist detective and published author. Working with police writers in the UK and the USA (some of whom have never been published before and some of whom are well known), Paul and his colleagues have produced an anthology, Uncuffed, to which I would like to draw your attention.



About the book:

Uncuffed is an Anthology from retired and serving police officers from the United Kingdom and the United States of America whose collective experiences are almost too many to count. This has resulted in an eclectic mixture of short stories, poems, rhyming narrative and other short works which stretch from fantasy and young adult, to romantic through to satire and gritty crime thrillers. There is something for everyone. From literary prose to contemporary procedurals, there is a wonderful depth and array of reading pleasures here waiting to be consumed. Showcasing writers from both sides of the Atlantic – some already published, and some soon to be so – this only whets the appetite of what is still to come. With proceeds going to a fine charity – 'COPS' – (Care of Police Survivors) which tirelessly help survivors of officers who have lost their lives protecting us all.



About the authors:

Contributors to the Anthology are Paul Anthony, Roger Price, Ray Gregory, Ian Bruce, Dave Miller, Simon Hepworth, Edward Lightfoot, Mike McNeff, Wayne Zurl, Scott Whitmore, Meg Johnston, The Station Sergeant, and The Boss's Snout.

You can find the books of published authors Simon Hepworth, Mike McNeff, Wayne Zurl, Scott Whitmore, and Paul Anthony at Amazon.com. Station Seargeant and Boss's Snout are close friends of Paul's but mysteries in the world of journalism - they write satirical comments about policing and the government in the national UK police magazine…and their identities remain 'under wraps'. (Don't worry--they're not in trouble - it's just part of the plot.)

Buy the book:

4 comments:

  1. Paul, I'm always happy to have you here. Congratulations on Uncuffed and good luck with it!

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  2. Hi Amy & Paul,
    Amy, Thanks for featuring UNCUFFED on your blog. Paul, Thanks for inviting me to contribute a Sam Jenkins mystery to your venture of earning money for a worthwhile charity. Everyone, Please support COPS by downloading a copy of UNCUFFED.

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    1. You're welcome, Wayne. I hope the books sells a million.

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