1920, Shots Fired, Officer Down. HPD Officer Stan Cook
“Stan Cook is one of those rare individuals who have dedicated his life to serving not only his country but also the citizens of Honolulu. His service in the Navy and combat experience well prepared him for duty as a Honolulu Police Officer as it came apparent on 31 August 1994 when he survived a gun fight with an individual intent on killing a police officer. This is his story of not giving up the fight to live another day. I’m proud to call him my friend. Well-told Stan. Semper Fi.”
Larry Groah, SgtMajor USMC (ret) (http://sgtmajgroah.com)
“A very interesting and informative read. I learned a lot about the author, my dad, of what he went through before, during and after the shooting. Putting his experience on paper to share with the world benefits us all.
“Overall, I like it. It tells an interesting story, it's you and it's fascinating.
Stephen Bloch (http://stephenbloch.com)
“It’s a solid story. I think you have another book in you.”