A Force Like No Other 3: The Last Shift: The Final Selection of Real Stories from the Ruc Men and Women Who Policed the Troubles - A Force Like No Other (Paperback)
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A Force Like No Other 3: The Last Shift: The Final Selection of Real Stories from the Ruc Men and Women Who Policed the Troubles - A Force Like No Other (Paperback)

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Paperback 320 Pages / Published: 02/12/2021
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In this final part to his bestselling A Force Like No Other series, Colin Breen brings together more compelling insider stories from RUC officers who served during the Troubles.

'A most powerful and unique insight into the world's most dangerous job in policing in the 1970s and '80s.' Henry McDonald, Observer and Guardian

'This book of real RUC insider anecdotes ... has, of course, the best possible sources - the cops themselves.' Hugh Jordan, Sunday World

'A Force Like No Other recalls the horrors of the Troubles but also some of the funnier stories of everyday life as a cop.' Stephen Gordon, Sunday Life

Publisher: Colourpoint Creative Ltd
ISBN: 9781780733319
Number of pages: 320
Dimensions: 215 x 134 mm

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