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Thinking Beyond Life

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The October 26, 2013, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with Chief Michael T. Force and Assistant Chief Chris Digiuseppi, the authors of The Fallen: The Light Bringer: Book Two.

Chief Michael T. Force, Lake Saint Louis Police Department, “is originally from Philadelphia but moved to Lake Saint Louis after retirement from the Marine Corps in 1992.  He accepted a position as Chief of Police of Lake Saint Louis, Missouri where he continues to serve his community.

Assistant Chief Chris Digiuseppi, began his law enforcement career with the Lake Saint Louis Police Department in 1992.  “Throughout his career he’s held numerous position including the Department’s DARE officer, public relations officer, first line supervisor and shift commander, operations commander and currently Assistant Chief of Police. Chief Michael T. Force and Assistant Chief Chris Digiuseppi are the authors of The Fallen: The Light Bringer: Book Two.

According to the book description, “Police Lieutenant Alan Crane is back for the second installment in The Light Bringer trilogy. In The Fallen, our main character continues on his epic, supernatural journey chasing an answer to the question that has plagued him for too many years—Why do people die? Readers will follow Crane into another fantastic adventure beyond this world while delving deeper into the mystery of death. Good and evil collide once again as Alan Crane and his supernatural companion, Michael Simmons, discover that the darkness is now entering the world of the living. This story will take readers on an incredible quest that leads our heroes to seek the true motives of The Fallen. The question now lingering is just how it will all end.”

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