...From the Bottom of My City is a collection of short stories that recall a young man's growth from naive rookie to seasoned veteran, with a few other recollections thrown in to balance the impression the collection offers. Being a cop unavoidably involves politics, which often distracts one from accomplishing his mission. Frustration and laughter go hand in hand in the humid, nitty-gritty streets of the magical city that is New Orleans.
This is the fourth collections of short stories, written by a retired New Orleans Police Department sergeant. The stories deal primarily with adventures he survived while he was working on the mean streets of the Crescent City. The tales, while being serious recollections, are told with an unavoidably humorous edge. The stories also contain observations that you might not have considered.
This is the third collection of short stories recounting the author's adventures as a member of the New Orleans Police Department. There are a few more stories thrown in to give the book a bit of variety. Humor is a very necessary component of police work and is inescapable in any genuine tales of police adventures.
This is a narrative of a young Officer's journey through the New Orleans Police Department, told in a series of tales, humor being a necessary part of such a narrative...
"Entertaining way to learn a bit about NOLA"