End of the Road

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Rated 4.83/5 based on 6 reviews
If you thought being an unarmed British cop was tough, deciding to become one can be even tougher. More
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About Diem Burden

On my Twitter profile I describe myself as an 'Englishman, lost in Spain', but it hasn't always been that way. I was lost long before I came to live in Spain.

Addicted to writing since 2008, I seriously smiled when my first publication – a short story based on my life – hit the #1 spot in numerous categories on Amazon & Kobo, and has been there, more or less, ever since.
This was followed by three subsequent books in the series, epublishing one a year, each increasing in size over its predecessor. Book 5 finally came in 2020, to conclude that series, and a paper version is also coming.
I'm now working on the next sixteen books, which include a six-book fantasy series based on Dreams.
In 2020, I am going to become a full-time writer. It's fair to say that I'm going to be around for a while.

Welcome to Diem.

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About the Series: The Rozzers
Five short stories combine to offer you the complete experience of life as a cop in the UK in the 1990s. Each book takes you through one of the various stages of the author's career, from his decision to join the police in the first place, all the way through to his decision to quit, 12 years later.

Horrifying incidents, hilarious anecdotes, and downright unbelievable bureaucracy combine to make this a must-read for anybody interested in British policing.

Also in Series: The Rozzers

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Reviews

Diane Sherrouse reviewed on Aug. 17, 2012

This is gritty, graphic realism at an exciting level. A day in the life of a young soldier turns terrifying, and the reader is brought to the center of the action. What will compel the protagonist; what decision will he make about his future? We'll have to wait for author Diem Burden's next action-packed story in the series!
Diane, August 17, 2012
(reviewed the day of purchase)
M.E. Sutton reviewed on June 15, 2012

First, let me say that this is a story about enlisted men in the British army who talk like it. So if profanity, especially the "f" word bother you, keep going. That said, the characters were well written and very believable. The action starts almost immediately and it doesn't take long for you to be drawn in. My only complaint is that just as I got into the story and eager to see what happens next, the story ended! It left me thinking, "Well NOW what?" but I suppose that's a good setup for the second book.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
david reviewed on May 29, 2012

I read many police related books both fiction and non. this is a great introduction to what I hope will be some entertaining stories in the future. the background is set....let's go! Great style of writing, you want to read the next chapter immediately, it grabs you.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Deborah.C. Foulkes reviewed on May 28, 2012

This is one hell of a thrilling ride that I didn't want to get off. A must read and an exciting start to much more. I can't wait for the next instalment. Thumbs up Diem
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Sarah Crane reviewed on May 12, 2012

I read this on the train and almost missed my stop I was so in to it!! I was gripped from the first page and sorry to get to the last. I can't wait for the next installment.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Jessica Stank reviewed on May 10, 2012

This is a fast paced, exciting tale of young Dave Burden as he experiences an unforgettable day in his otherwise mundane life as a British soldier.

This is a short story that packs a punch! To call it well written does not do it justice. Diem's writing style is both entertaining and heartfelt as he takes the reader on an emotional roller coaster ride.

I recommend this book! And, I look forward to reading more from Diem Burden in the future.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Calvin Boden reviewed on May 8, 2012
(no rating)
I will not pretend to be a book critic, I have no verbs, adjectives, nouns or simile's that would do my first delve into a book review justice.
But suffice to say I enjoyed this read, I will be waiting for the next instalment.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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