Bullets in the Washing Machine
Melissa Littles, Founder of The Police Wife Life, is an advocate for Law Enforcement Officers and their families. Bullets in the Washing Machine, her first release, is a compilation of short stories and poems, focusing on seeing the positives through the daily struggles of living a life in Law Enforcement. Melissa hopes to not only bring encouragement to those in law enfor...more
Paperback, 174 pages
Published September 23rd 2011 by Police Wife Life
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This book was okay. I am an LEO wife and I understand the dangers our husbands face everyday. I have lost three friends in the line of duty. But to have a book where almost every story the officer is killed is a bit depressing. I was hoping this book would give tips and advice as to how other LEO wives deal with being an LEO wife. Too much doom and gloom.
Very interesting look into the world of a police officer's spouse and the psychological impact that living with a police officer has on life in general. Book especially takes a close look at officers killed in the line of duty. Would especially recommend this book to anyone involved in law enforcement, or those close to them. Enjoyed and recommend.
So true yet so sad for me to read some of the stories. I know the craziness LEOs face but this brought the fear/pain right up front for me to read. Necessary but just so scary! Melissa, the author, did sign my book & gave some solid advice - that is my fav part of the book!