Full Disclosure: A Memoir

March 1, 2020 - Comment

Vince’s career in the West Midlands Police started in 1979. Murderers, paedophiles, armed robbers, thieves, perverts, kidnappers, blackmailers, pimps and international drug dealers – these were just some of the convicted police officers that he worked alongside during his service. Enjoy his painfully honest memoirs which include a murder investigation that was totally ‘botched and

Vince’s career in the West Midlands Police started in 1979. Murderers, paedophiles, armed robbers, thieves, perverts, kidnappers, blackmailers, pimps and international drug dealers – these were just some of the convicted police officers that he worked alongside during his service. Enjoy his painfully honest memoirs which include a murder investigation that was totally ‘botched and messed up’. His book is harrowing, heart-breaking, calamitous, hilarious and just crammed with larger than life characters. Strap in for a roller coaster ride.

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Anonymous says:

A fabulous insight into a life in the police It was a pleasure to read this heartfelt account of life at the front end of policing. The author passionately took me on a roller coaster of a ride which in times had me laughing out loud, (a thing I don’t often do).I read this book from cover to cover in just over 5 hours on an afternoon and felt compelled to keep reading. The easy writing style and fast pace moves along. I am often disappointed with the depth of background that author’s often take but this book is spot on and…

Anonymous says:

Excellent, honest, sometimes rough, and often hilarious read. I didnt know Vince or if I did I’ve forgotten him!Absolutely great read. Highly recommend it. Just finished it found it a captivating read that had me laughing out loud in many places.His recall is amazing, must have kept his own notes as he progressed in his career.Very honest and challenging too where the establishment isn’t working. Times have changed but the passion was never lost.Final chapter about Jack McLeod was very honest and direct. Sad when…

Anonymous says:

A page Turner This book is like no.other I have read ,the Memoirs begin with author telling the reader about his childhood .This is clever as it allows you to.understand why he chose the paths that he did .It is hard in parts and yes irreverent and many times I found I laughed out loud .It is well written and s very impressive debut bookThe book is hard to.put down.therefore I read it non stop …now I.want more .I haven’t laughed so much reading .What is always evident is that This…

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