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by Harry Cole
PC Harry Cole's account of his life on the beat is good humored and honest, a rich mixture of riotous and serious reading. Harry's loyalty to his fellow officers and his obvious sympathy for all reasonable human eccentricities shine out.
Paperback, 222 pages
Published June 25th 1992 by Flamingo
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Harry Cole is the James Herriot of the police force - at least until Bernard Pearson can be persuaded to write his memoirs. His books don't quite have the gentle charm of Herriot, but the stories are memorable and interesting and worth reading if you can pick them up cheap.