PERVERTING THE COURSE OF JUSTICE: The Hilarious and Shocking Inside Story of British Policing (English Edition) par Inspector Gadget

PERVERTING THE COURSE OF JUSTICE: The Hilarious and Shocking Inside Story of British Policing (English Edition) par Inspector Gadget

Titre de livre: PERVERTING THE COURSE OF JUSTICE: The Hilarious and Shocking Inside Story of British Policing (English Edition)

Auteur: Inspector Gadget

Broché: 288 pages

Date de sortie: November 24, 2010

Éditeur: Monday Books

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You do not have to know anything about the police, but it may harm your understanding of the world you live in if you do not read this book.

Arresting 10-year-olds for for stealing sweets… Nicking adults for denying the existence of Santa Claus… Investigating Kelly's ex's new girlfriend's sister's boyfriend's ex for sending her a nasty message on Facebook.

These are the things the cops spend their time on (as well as fighting drunk thugs, finding toddlers dead in car crashes and cutting down men who have hanged themselves in public parks).

Controversial, gripping, authoritative and, occasionally, very funny - this book takes readers where the powers-that-be don't want them to go. Forget everything you know about law and order: this is the truth.

Inspector Gadget is a serving senior police officer. He has written for the New Statesman, The Daily Mail and The Daily Telegraph, and has been praised for his bravery and honesty by everyone from The Sun to The Guardian.

His 'Police Inspector' online blog has received more than six million hits and was recently named one of Britain's Top 40 blogs by The Times who said that his writing is 'provocative stuff, and as an insight into life on the policing front line, it’s invaluable.'