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Many cops have a book in them, but few are able to turn their fascinating career into pages that inform and entertain. On tonight's edition of The Cop Doc radio show, former police chief Dr. Richard Weinblatt, your host, talks with an esteemed panel of writers who have made their mark in a variety of book areas. From career advice to non-fiction true crime to fiction mysteries, tonight's expert panel have all used their time wearing a badge as a resource rich information pool from which to draw. The panel: Stacy Dittrich, John M. Wills, and Raymond Foster. Stacy Dittrich, an Ohio law enforcer who comes from a family of cops, is a multi-published author of both fiction and non-fiction including the critically-acclaimed CeeCee Gallagher crime novel series recently optioned by Hollywood. John M. Wills, formerly with the Chicago Police and the FBI, is a writer for Officer.com and LawOfficer.com and the author of the Chicago Warriors thriller series. Raymond Foster, a retired Los Angeles Police Department lieutenant, is the author of several books including What Is a Hero: The American Heroes Press Short Story Anthology and Police Officer Exam for Dummies (for which Dr. Weinblatt was hired by John Wiley & Sons publisher to serve as the technical reviewer). Foster also has a Blogtalkradio show "Conversations with American Heroes at the Watering Hole." On tonight's LIVE episode of The Cop Doc radio show from Orlando, Florida, find out how these crime fighters turned their passion into written words and touched the public with their eloquent prose.

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