Tunnel Vision (Thru The Eyes Of A Transit Cop)
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 23, 2006
W K Brown Enterprises today announces the interview of Retired Police Officer W. K. Brown, the author of "Tunnel Vision (Thru The Eyes Of a Transit Cop)" on Global Talk Radio.
At http://www.globaltalkradio.com/shows/astorytotell, episode 2006-Jan-23, people can listen to W. K. Brown talk about the difference between a street cop and a transit cop. He talks about some of his stories in the book, such as: The funny encounter with a NYC subway rat and the tragic account about someone losing their head in the subway.
W. K. Brown is a retired New York City police officer, “Transit Division.” He received numerous awards and commendations during his twenty-one years of patrolling the subway and streets of NYC.
For more information about "Tunnel Vision (Thru the Eyes of a Transit Cop)," visit http://www.brownwk.com.
"Tunnel Vision (Thru The Eyes Of A Transit Cop)"
Never again will the everyday routine of commuting on the underground rails of New York City be taken for granted. Readers will experience first hand the exciting, humorous and tragic events that a transit cop encounters while patrolling the belly of the beast, which is the subway of NYC.
"Tunnel Vision" is a chance for the general public to have a glimpse of patrolling the unseen world that is the NYC subway. The visions seen will make even the most hardened veteran traveler of the subway look at the concrete and cold steel in a different manner.
Excerpts from the book:
Tunnel Vision Review In The San Diego Chronicle by Jim Kouri:
"Tunnel Vision (Thru the Eyes of a Transit Cop)"
Fiction / Action & Adventure
Price: $14.95, Trade Paperback
Available from Barnes & Noble, Amazon and http://www.brownwk.com
Shirley A. Brown, Public Relations Manager
W K Brown Enterprises
P. O. Box 390656
Deltona, Fl 32739
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