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Author and cop Gavin Reese of hard-boiled crime fiction on Authors on the Air

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Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes law enforcement officer and author of authentic hard-boiled crime fiction GAVIN REESE.

About Gavin:  Gavin Reese grew up in the rural American Southwest, eventually moving to the Big City with his family, and considers both New Mexico and Arizona “home.”  Because he had such tremendous role models in his parents and grandparents, Gavin felt an intense call to service and had planned on joining the military after college.  Despite having worn his university’s uniform on the playing field and running half-marathons for fun, childhood medical issues prevented him from serving in that capacity.  Two lifelong friends soon began working as cops, had Gavin out for a few ride-alongs, and he started the prolonged application process to join them.  Gavin's goal is to write 500,000 words a year!

About ROME: THE ABSOLVER:  Right now a team of Godly men stands ready. Positioned around the globe, they are called to protect us from the deadliest predators on Earth.     As he plunged his attacker’s blade deep into the man’s abdomen, Father Michael Thomas thought he understood the difference between murder and justifiable homicide. 
After Church officials learn what happened in that dark back-alley amid the slums of Bogota, they urgently whisked Michael away to an isolated compound in rural Wyoming. Alongside a handful of trainees, he lives under an assumed name, learns the skills of a moral investigator and clandestine operative, and faces the ethical dilemma repeatedly placed before him: when is a deliberate death a righteous act? 

This podcast is sponsored by Gavin Reese, author.  https://gavinreese.com/ A portion of the proceeds from his books are donated to non-profits for law enforcement and their families.

 

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