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Frank became a police officer in 1993 and is currently a captain. He has written and taught courses at the Basic Law Enforcement Academy, written several college courses in police subject matter and co-authored "A Street Officer’s Guide to Report Writing." Many of his novels are part of the River City Crime series, with recurring characters. Over fifty of his short stories have been published in twelve different anthologies, as well as print and online magazines. In addition to writing, Frank is an avid hockey player and a tortured guitarist. His wife, Kristi, is about the only person who will watch him do either activity. You can keep up with him at http://frankzafiro.com or his blog at http://frankzafiro.blogspot.com.
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review by . January 21, 2013
The project was simple and yet complex at the same time. Those involved would right the failures of the justices system. Those criminals, often released on technicalities, whose actions were so egregious that they should have been permanently removed from the planet by the system, would be removed by the group known as The Four Horsemen. These ex-police offices would do what the court system had failed to do---dispense justice.    Over time the project has become unstable and …
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