10-33 Assist PC by Desmond P.Ryan #BlogTour

Today my guest reviewer Deryl Easton is hosting 10-33 Assist PC by Desmond Ryan Blog Tour 



The Book

D/C Mike O’Shea, a young cop with a knack for working hard and following hunches, is on the verge of cracking a prostitution ring when an undercover from another unit burns him. With only days left before their pimps shuttle the girls out of the country, Mike pushes his team into overdrive. Hours later, with too little information, sleep, or luck, the unthinkable happens. 

And now, the chase is personal. 

In the first of the Mike O’Shea Crime Fiction Series, 10-33 Assist PC draws us into the dirty world of human trafficking through the eyes of the cops who put their lives on the line every day to shut it down. Written by a Real Detective, 10-33 Assist PC is the story of a cop who must decide how to move forward without forgetting the past. 

Real Detective. Real Crime. Fiction. 


Deryl’s Thoughts

OMG, talk about a damn good read, THIS is it!

A swaggering, rip-roaring, well-written police thriller that will keep you fully engaged and wanting more!

Cop Mike O’Shea is the hero of this story we watch his fascinating journey along with his colleagues into the world which street cops face.

There were moments where I was chuckling at the wit and humor THEN when the title of the novel all started to make sense I bawled my eyes out, please get the hankies at the ready I was red-eyed and sniveling at one very sad heart-wrenching moment.

Then the author takes you back to being on the edge of your seat again, honestly, what a fast paced moving read, it was a brilliant debut story, what an entrance author Desmond P Ryan has made into the book world and I am super excited for the second book that will be out in Feb 2019, in the meantime Buy it! Read It! Tell your friends about!

10-33 Assist PC is approximately only about 4 hours to read but it will leave you wanting more I for one am personally VERY VERY excited for the next Mike O’Shea book.

Desmond P Ryan is a fresh exciting NEW voice and I for one am glad I took the leap and read his book!


Grab your copy from Amazon for only 99p


About the author 
    For almost thirty years, I worked the back alleys, poorly-lit laneways, and forgotten neighbourhoods in the city where I grew up. Everyday of my working life began with either a victim waiting in a hospital emergency room to report a violent crime, or a call from a bystander, witness, or sometimes even the perpetrator to a street corner or a ransacked, often blood-soaked room where someone had been left for dead. Murder, assaults on a level that defied humanity, sexual violations intended to demean, shame, and haunt the individuals who were no more than objects to the offenders: all in a day’s work. It was exhilarating, exhausting, and often heartbreaking.
    As a Detective with the Toronto Police Service, I wrote thousands of reports detailing the people, places, and events that led up to the moment I came along. I investigated the crimes and wrote synopses for guilty pleas detailing the circumstances that brought the accused individuals before the Courts. I also wrote a number of files to have individuals deemed either Not Criminally Responsible due to mental incapacity, or Dangerous Offenders to be held in custody indefinitely.        
    Now, as a retired investigator with three decades of research opportunities under my belt, I write crime fiction.
Real Detective. Real Crime. Fiction.

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