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Back of the Yards: The Making of a Local Democracy gF the street beat His life I enjoyed this book areat deal I was a cop for thirty one years so I might be coming at this book differently than most readers though this book has been well received and deservedly so The book is comprised of vignettes short stories of events that occurred in the author s career as a cop in New York The voice is smooth and natural and most of all believable What makes this book stand out among the many others on this topic is the sincerity the honest and unflinching I makes this book stand out among the many others on this topic is the sincerity the honest and unflinching I recommend this bookDavid Putnam author of The Bruno JOHNSON SERIES. NT CRACKHEADS     series. Nt crackheads     stories about his days as a rookie cop to the time spent patrolling in the Anti Crime Unit and his visceral harrowing recollections of working during the weeks after 911 The Job True Tales from the Life of a New York City Cop captures the humanity the absurdity and the dark humor of police work as well as the bravery of those who do it These stories will speak to those nostalgic "for the New York City of the 1980s and ’90s a bygone "the New York City of the 1980s and ’90s a bygone when the city was a crazier dangerous and possibly interesting pla. The Job By Steve OsborneYou suspected that people were uestioning your sexuality I enjoyed *These Essays Written By A Retired NYC Policeman They Felt *essays written by a retired NYC policeman They felt and they made me want to know the author better I d never really though about a cop loving his job that he might become an adrenaline junkie The only cops I ve met are fictionalI felt like I met Steve Osborne When I first heard we d be publishing this book I had no idea it would be so timely With NYC cops in the news so freuently now Steve Osborne is the perfect voice to welcome us hilariously heartily and sometimes is the perfect voice to welcome us hilariously heartily and sometimes into the reality Een a thing or two in his years "into the reality Een a thing or two in his years the NYPD some harmless some definitely not In “Stakeout” Steve and his partner mistake a Manhattan dentist for an armed robbery suspect and reduce the man to a puddle of snot and tears when uestioning him In “Mug Shot” the mother of a suspected criminal makes a strange reuest and provides a sobering reminder of the humanity at stake in his profession And in “Home” the image of Steve’s family provides the adrenaline he needs to fight for his life when assaulted by two armed and viole. .
It s like people read that some of these stories came from his Moth Storytelling Sets And Then storytelling sets and then t read the fucking book oh man the Moth is cool so this must be cool five stars all "around Uh nope A big pile of homophobic nope Piss poor writing not sure how that many "Uh nope A big pile of homophobic nope Piss poor writing not sure how that many points Body by Darwin: How Evolution Shapes Our Health and Transforms Medicine got past his editor little context to anything And uh excuse me The Dead Dog story Fuck you Seriously I would have maybe cared just a little bit if you didn t spend the first half of that story writing about how you were so worried thatetting a small dog would make you look ay and that. “HOW YA DOIN’” With these four syllables delivered in an unmistakably authentic New York accent Steve Osborne has riveted thousands of people at the legendary storytelling venue The Moth and many tens of thousands via YouTube with his hilarious profane and touching tales from his twenty years as an NYPD street cop Steve Osborne is the real deal people the tough streetwise New York cop of your dreams one with a big big heart Kojak NYPD Blue Law Order Fuggedaboudem The Job blows them out of the water  "   Steve Osborne Has " Steve Osborne has

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