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Alan March's writing has been based upon his career of more than 30 years of police work. He contributed a chapter titled The American Criminal Justice System in the book “Howdunit: How Crimes are Committed and Solved,” a guide for authors of police, detective, and crime stories, edited by John Boertlein. As a founding member of the Greater Cincinnati Police Historical Society, Alan wrote the introduction to “Cincinnati Police History,” a photographic history of the Cincinnati Police Department, by Christine Mersch. He has written two anthologies of short stories, including "Four Corners - Four Short Stories," and "Cop Tales - Four Stories of Police Work." He published the true crime book "No Witnesses - The Story of Robbery and Murder at the Cabinet Supreme Savings and Loan." Read more about "No Witnesses," below.
Alan's police career has included assignments as varied as criminal investigations, planning, communications and dispatch, and human resources. His favorite assignment, and greatest source of stories, is uniform patrol on the street.
"No Witnesses – The Story of Robbery and Murder at the Cabinet Supreme Savings and Loan,” is the true story of three petty thugs who try to strike it rich by robbing a suburban bank. Instead, they became mass murderers. Written by his mother, veteran journalist, Kate March, with retired police chief Howard Makin, “No Witnesses” tells the story of top-notch police work, a community full of witnesses, the dissolute lives of young men who become mass murderers, and the impact of the crime on the victims’ families. “No Witnesses,” is available in paperback, hard cover, and other eformats. "No Witnesses," is now available through Smashwords! Watch the short video below to see inside the book "No Witnesses."