Greg the Cop and Greg the Punk

Greg the Cop and Greg the Punk

... soft body against mine, and knew that after all my trials, and all my failures, God had still seen fit to bless me with his most wondrous creature. Q? “Wake up!!! Wake up!!! Wake up!!!” I'd heard that 14 Greg The Cop And Greg The Punk.

Author: Kenneth Batts

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595274369

Category: Fiction

Page: 128

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Greg the Cop and Greg the Punk is two novellas about a guy named Greg. In the first one, Greg is a bigoted policeman, who, with the help of an old friend named Jinx (who just happens to have been dead for six months), rediscovers his past, and gets what he deserves. In Greg the Punk, he's a teenager in the distant future who wakes up in Jinx's room, and quickly finds himself a prisoner in a futuristic building full of people from other walks of life and times in history.
Categories: Fiction

Crimespree Magazine Issue 67

Crimespree Magazine Issue 67

With that being the case, Hang Time, the final book in the Greg Salem trilogy by S.W. Lauden is so damn noir it hurts. After doing battle with a deranged cult leader/drug kingpin in Grizzly Season, ex-cop/ punk-rock-front-man Greg Salem ...

Author: Lawrence Block

Publisher: Down & Out Books

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 70

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Crimespree Magazine Issue 67 features a special conversation between Lawrence Block with the late Bill Crider. Interviews include Michael Barson chatting with Max Allan Collins, who also talks about completing the work of Mickey Spillane, Kate Malmon talking with Steph Post, Richard Neer interviewed by Reed Farrel Coleman, and Elise Cooper has a Q&A with Karen Rose. Eryk Pruitt writes about Southern Crime Fiction, Jon Jordan on Action Comics at 80, with other articles by TR Ragan, Kristi Belcamino, and Chris Holm. There's new fiction by Andrew Riconda and J.D. Smith, and a comprehensive review of new books and DVDs round out a most exciting issue.
Categories: Fiction

The Politics of Punk

The Politics of Punk

“In about 1981 or 1982, the cops in Newport Beach ('Surf City') were stopping everyone that looked like a punk, usually on our bikes, as we couldn't drive yet,” informs photographer Greg Jacobs. “But the cops were stopping us and taking ...

Author: David A. Ensminger

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781442254459

Category: Music

Page: 260

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The Politics of Punk probes the conscience of punk music by going beyond the lyrics and slogans of the pithy culture war. Creating a people’s history of punk's social, aesthetic, and political features, the book features original interviews with members of Dead Kennedys, Dead Boys, MDC, and many more.
Categories: Music

The Mammoth Book of Undercover Cops

The Mammoth Book of Undercover Cops

“Yes,” Jimmy lied, wanting to get away, to get away now, to have one more chance to cut Greg loose. If he just had one more chance. “Where's the other gun?” Greg asked Jimmy, drilling Ian with the his belly, watching Ian's hands on the ...

Author: Paul Copperwaite

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781849017336

Category: True Crime

Page: 512

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Edgy revelations and revealing first-hand accounts, including the inspirations for popular TV dramas as diverse as The Wire, The Sopranos and Life on Mars. Terrorists, criminal gangs, drug-dealing lawyers, solitary psychos and suspected serial killers all feature as the intended targets in these cops' tales. Using fake identities and complex back-stories, dependent on teamwork to keep one step away from exposure, torture and death, the subjects of this book describe in vivid detail what it is like to cultivate contacts and gather evidence in major prosecutions: in the UK, Northern Ireland, the USA and around the world.
Categories: True Crime

Crimespree Magazine Issue 66

Crimespree Magazine Issue 66

After he debuted in 2015 with the excellent BAD CITIZEN CORPORATION, which stars punk rocker-turned cop Greg Salem, Lauden has constantly changed up his formula. Where the Greg Salem series is a hard-hitting punk concoction of ...

Author: Jon Jordan

Publisher: Down & Out Books

ISBN:

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Page:

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Crimespree Magazine Issue 66 features an interview with Lori Rader-Day by Dan and Kate Malmon. We also have Jon Jordan speaking with Haylen Beck (aka Stuart Neville), Michael Barson sits down with Ace Atkins and Michael Brandman and Phillip Kerr speaks with Christina Ward. Les Edgerton is grilled by Anthony Campbell while David James Keaton squares off with Tim Hennesey. M.C. Neuda delivers a short story called “Gamblin’ Man” and Nolan Knight delivers “Mouth Bay.” This issue includes articles by Hector Acosta, David E. Grogan, S.W. Lauden, Eric Beetner, Sam Wiebe, Dana King and Brian Freeman. Additionally, the usual suspects show up: Craig McDonald, Chris Holm, and Kristi Belcamino. Book Reviews are served aplenty. The sixty-sixth issue is fully loaded. Enjoy!
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Love Is the Law

Love Is the Law

Grandma and Greg even watched an episode of Wheel of Fortune together, while I flipped through some of the materials we had salvaged from ... I was glad to have grabbed the big cop flashlight from atop Grandma's fridge to light our way.

Author: Nick Mamatas

Publisher: Dark Horse Comics

ISBN: 9781621157779

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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In 1989, punk-rock girl "Golden" Dawn has crafted an outsider's life combining the philosophies of Communism and Aleister Crowley's black magic. One fateful day she finds the dead body of her mentor in both politics and magick shot in the head, seemingly a suicide. But Dawn knows there's more going on than the cops could ever hope to find. In setting out to find the murderer herself, she will encounter dark and twisted truths for which nothing could have prepared her.
Categories: Fiction

A Cowboy Under My Christmas Tree

A Cowboy Under My Christmas Tree

Greg kept quiet, but Sam could see the anger in his eyes. ... You can't afford a nice tree like that, you little punk. ... The tree seller edged back toward his truck, but a loud command from the cop car stopped him in his tracks.

Author: Janet Dailey

Publisher: Zebra Books

ISBN: 9781420128352

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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A Colorado ranch hand and a New York window dresser find love in the Big Apple during the holiday season in this romance by a New York Times bestseller. THE SWEETEST GIFTS . . . Sam Bennett left a snowbound Colorado ranch for the glittering steel canyons of Manhattan—temporarily. Hard work was never this much fun as he sets up Christmas trees all around town. And now he’s met Nicole Young, a gorgeous window designer. Four weeks won’t be enough to romance her the way he wants to . . . ARE THE ONES YOU DON'T EXPECT But with Christmas around the corner, every day together feels like a blessing. And as the spirit of the season takes hold, playing Santa and helping a small boy with a big holiday wish is a joy Sam and Nicole can’t resist. Neither of them imagines that they'll be rewarded—with the kind of love that lasts forever . . . Praise for Janet Dailey and her Christmas novels “The spirit of Christmas permeates this charming holiday romance.” —RT Book Reviews on Merry Christmas, Cowboy “In what has become a delightful annual tradition, Dailey creates a lovely Christmas romance.” —RT Book Reviews on A Cowboy Under My Christmas Tree “A definite stocking stuffer.” —Library Journal “A surefire winner.” —Publishers Weekly
Categories: Fiction

Don t Believe Your Lying Eyes

Don t Believe Your Lying Eyes

It took a second to register that Gregory meant people had been shot . ... “ I think a homicide cop , two other people who found our secret , and my shooter . ... Not because he was a punk — the man had the heart of a lion .

Author: Blair S. Walker

Publisher: One World/Ballantine

ISBN: 0345446836

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

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Years after the disappearance of the wife of Charles Hudson, one of Baltimore's leading African-American entrepreneurs, her body turns up, and Baltimore Herald reporter Darryl Billups becomes embroiled in the investigation into the sordid case, a case that leads him to a shocking discovery that could cost him his life. Reprint.
Categories: Fiction

Man in the Mist

Man in the Mist

Greg moved to get a better view and saw a punk kid in a leather jacket holding a.38. As quietly as he could, he found Jill, handed her the cell phone and ... The kid at the counter ran to the back of the store but there were cops there ...

Author: Annette Broadrick

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781459233034

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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MR. DESTINY He appeared from the mist—formidable, feverish…and searching for her. Within moments he was in her bed, leaving Fiona MacDonald to wonder why an American man had traveled so far and to such personal expense to find a woman who hadn't wanted to be found. She'd nursed Greg Dumas to health, only to learn that the former cop's investigation of a client's birthright had led him to her father's dusty medical files. Fiona knew nothing of clandestine deliveries, but she did know that she wanted to love the sorrow from this wounded warrior's eyes for as long as they had. For something told her that as quickly as he'd arrived in her life, Greg just might be gone….
Categories: Fiction

Punk

Punk

“ Suddenly Sunset Strip was closed rats " from California reshaped punk off , ” says photographer Glen Friedman . ... and they complained about the police ; the Whisky's REG GINN'S INTEREST in music began Greg Ginn , Chuck manager told ...

Author: Mark Blake

Publisher: Dk Pub

ISBN: PSU:000063104578

Category: Music

Page: 288

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On the thirtieth anniversary of the rise to popularity of punk rock, a collection of articles, interviews, and photography from the pages of MOJO magazine looks at the history of punk and the artists, music, and culture it spawned.
Categories: Music