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The Honor Farm

by John Westermann

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Another novel about a disfunctional police officer but the story is worth the read. ( )
  GeneHunter | Mar 13, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0671871226, Hardcover)

Police officer turned novelist John Westermann delivers his most explosive novel yet--a tale of murder set in the brutal world of cops gone bad. Long Island detective Orin Boyd is sent to the Honor Farm, a prison for dirty cops. Once there, he will be the commish's mole, investigating a recent alleged suicide. When another apparent suicide takes place, outside murders threaten his cover, and his wife and daughter are stalked, Orin is ready to get tough.

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Officer Orin Boyd, a policeman on Long Island, New York, goes to jail as a convict to investigate undercover the hanging death of an inmate. Did the victim commit suicide or was he murdered? A dangerous assignment, the jail being no ordinary jail, it is a prison for crooked policemen.… (more)

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