Published: March 15, 2012
Words: 3,313 (approximate)
Rookie cop, Veronica Polk finds herself undercover, on a case that could make or break her fresh new career.
Fresh from the Academy, Rookie officer Veronica Polk emerged from the crowd of cadets a changed woman. No more dependency on men to protect and care for her. Instead, she'd be arresting them, and collecting what she viewed as a healthy paycheck. She was not surprised when she was thrust behind a desk and burdened with a Mount-Saint-Helenish pile of files to organize. Nor was she surprised at the sexism which the male officers flaunted without shame. "Veronica?" They'd say, "I'd like to Polk her!"
Now, on an unexpected undercover operation, she was determined to prove her mettle to make detective, but Veronica found herself floating in the Gulf of Mexico. To hell with all that glorified public servant crap-this had moved over the line from professional to personal. Victor Osborn would pay.
, adventure action
, police detective
, fiction action adventure
, crime adventure
, crime action
, story with a twist
, police women
, fiction about women
, crime and mystery fiction
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Raymond Boyd Dunn
on April 06, 2012 :
Kelli Jae, The test seemed a bit extreme, but I suppose we don't want to read about boring everyday life, and look for more excitement in a fictional tale. I enjoyed reading your short story.
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