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The Beach Club is fiction, but every principle scene in it is real. There are strong action scenes surrounded by equally strong scenes of police humor and wit. The novel is a frolic of maverick and freewheeling cops in their quest to identify and apprehend a sexual predator, internal challenges of morality and commitment as well as overcoming interference by department administrators Officer Vincent Patrone, Detective Ray Depietro, and the rest of the Eden Valley Police swing shift are plunged into the midst of the pursuit for a serial rapist that plagues the California city.

To compound matters, Lt. Alex Santos, a headhunting-backstabbing administrator who is pursuing the chief's job, exploits the mishaps of the shift to use to his advantage. Despite Santos' belief that the shift is out of control, they are actually a group of high performers who in the end, identify and capture the rapist. Richard Paloma reveals a behind the scenes look at the dark humor and aggravations of being a uniformed police officer.

He uses his years of experience as a patrol officer and police detective to capture the camaraderie, challenges, and internal politics within law enforcement today. The Beach Club will keep you entertained start to finish as you get to know the members of the Eden Valley Police Department.

Written by: Richard Paloma
Category: Fiction
Language: English
Page Count: 244 pages
Format: Paperback
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