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“If he had been a cop at training school and not one of the “officer class the police needs” he would now be an ex-cop and the training school would be an executive housing estate.”
“As an ex-cop and now control room civvy I can see both sides of the argument here.”
“The main character of the novel is a Canadian ex-cop named Vicki Nelson, who had to leave the force because her eyesight was deteriorating and she had no night vision.”
“The heroine, a tough ex-cop, nearly swoons from shock.”
“The Emmy-nominated Sally Robinson will write and the Emmy-winner Mikael Salomon will direct the project about an ex-cop who receives messages from the recently deceased and who decides to help these people finish their business in the mortal world.”
“Keith Gilman's provocative debut is a dark and atmospheric tale of an ex-cop from Philadelphia who must face old ghosts.”
“Aaron, sharp dresser and smooth operator, is an ex-cop turned high-end private eye.”
“She appeared to be an interesting woman: gutsy, smart, violent, promiscuous, a tough ex-cop and a devoted single mom, a woman who'd been exposed to the finer things in life but chose to return to her blue collar roots, heroic in a Dirty Harriet sort of way, but this was all surface flash.”
“Annie Illonzeh portrays smart, athletic ex-cop Kate.”
“Like Parker, Scudder is an ex-cop; he left the force after accidentally causing the death of a juvenile bystander in a shoot-out.”
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