Rookie Cop Follows a Shy NYC Cop with Little Training During the Times of the MLK Jr. Assassination

All eyes went to the TV, which was tuned to ABC NEWS. Tom Jarriel reported the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. had just been assassinated.

(PRUnderground) April 2nd, 2019

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated at the age of thirty-nine on April 4, 1968 at 6:01 p.m.

Rookie Cop Marvin Levey had his whole life-changing experience with only one day on the job as a New York City police officer. When crowds of over one hundred thousand riots overwhelmed the police force. New York City had no choice; they needed every able body police body police officer to maintain law and order. That meant that the April 3, 1968 police academy class was ordered out on the means streets of New York City to quell riots make arrests, and literally fight for their lives without any police training.

My book Rookie Cop will bring the reader back in time to the 1960’s. A time that change the whole world. The read will experience peace, love and rock and roll along with the violent times that police officers face trying to do their job.

Mel Ladner is a father and grandfather, and now a retired New York City police officer that spent most of his adult life in law enforcement. He loved every day patrolling the city of New York in a police car, fighting crime, helping the sick, disadvantaged and arresting felons. He found a second love in writing.

Copies of Rookie Cop are available at all major booksellers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Black Rose Writing

Print and Electronic review copies available upon request

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About Black Rose Writing

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