Believe no one
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Believe no one

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Roy Herridge worked on many of the most famous, or infamous, criminal cases of the past few years, earned the highest number of commendations ever given to a UK police officer and was honoured by the Queen for distinguished service in 1991.

Now, for the fist time, he recounts some of the major crimes that he dealt with. Some are shocking in their brutality and savagery, a f...more
Hardcover, 246 pages
Published 1993
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K Fish
May 13, 2010 K Fish added it Recommends it for: Anyone that wants to think outside 'the box'
Recommended to K by: My husband
I read this book a few years ago!! ok, possibly more than a few years.

As I like to read biographys my husband (now retired MP officer) suggested that I might find it interesting as Roy, was a Senior Officer to him and had worked! together! (I know my husband was only ever a PC).

However, I work within an accounts environment and believe wholly in Roy's ABC

The ABC is something that I feel should be used to address every situation within the workplace and at home.

A - Don't accept - because you see/...more
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