Larry Kerr spent four years in the United States Marine Corps and three years working in construction before beginning a 25-years career on the Los Angeles Police Department. He took advantage of the G. I. Bill to attend college, graduating from California State University, Fullerton, with a degree in English literature. Larry has always been fascinated by how the great novelists from Tolstoy to Tom Wolfe made their characters so timelessly believable. And while only a gifted few can play in their league, there is no excuse for anyone who puts pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) not making the effort. Character is what makes the plot work. In his next lifetime, or perhaps in tonight’s dream, he plans to create a Hamlet or a Falstaff.
by Larry Kerr
It's the late 1980s and Officer Neon Miller’s worst nightmare comes true when his efforts to help a young boy are misread as abuse. It’s up to Carlyle Phelps to get to the truth. Some investigators in Internal Affairs are set on making an example of Neon regardless of the facts. But Phelps believes all the resources at their disposal are not as
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