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God's Cop: Biography of James Anderton by…

God's Cop: Biography of James Anderton

by Michael Prince

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0091734959, Hardcover)

This is a biography of James Anderton, Chief Constable of Greater Manchester, who is rarely out of the news because of his outspoken views on religion, AIDS, homosexuality, crime and punishment, and many other issues. This covers his childhood, National Service and controversial career up to the Stalker affair and beyond. Michael Prince has been a journalist on several national newspapers and a speechwriter for a number of government ministers.

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