Foxjohn, Munson and Kuboviak

April 13, 2008 (San Dimas, CA) is a website that lists state and local police officers who have written books. The website added three Texas law enforcement officials.

 John Foxjohn has investigated more than 300 homicides during his ten years in law enforcement. Born and raised in Nacogdoches in East Texas, John Foxjohn quit high school and joined the U.S. Army, spending six years as a Ranger in Vietnam and Germany, and becoming one of the youngest sergeants in the Army, at that time.  After his military service, John FoxJohn returned to Texas and joined the Nacogdoches Police Department.  Later, he became a member of the Houston Police Department.

 Upon leaving law enforcement, John Foxjohn attended Stephen F. Austin State University, received a degree in history, and began another career teaching and coaching. He retired from teaching in 2003 and is a full time writer. John FoxJohn is the author of Cold Tears; Journey of the Spirit; and, Code of Deceit.

 According to the book description of Cold Tears, “A veteran Houston homicide detective’s unfortunate mistake causes a woman’s death. When a woman shoots David Mason he returns fire, killing her, but he can’t escape her accusing eyes. Beth Porter, David’s fiancée, already feared his dangerous job, and when he’s wounded the fear escalates and she separates from him. His mistake that threatens his career now endangers the relationship with the love of his life.”

 Charlie Munson was a deputy sheriff with the Lavaca County Sheriff’s Department at the beginning of the 20th Century.  He is the author of Mister Charlie: Memoir of a Texas Lawman, 1902-1910.

 Jim Kuboviak began his career in criminal justice in 1969 as a police officer for the Sam Houston State University Police Department (Texas).  Jim Kuboviak graduated with a BS in Criminal Justice in 1972; he earned two master’s degrees; and two doctorates.  Since 1985, Jim Kuboviak has served as the County Attorney for Brazos County (Texas). Jim Kuboviak is the author of Legal and Procedural Application of Mobile Videotaping to Criminal Interdiction and DWI Mobile Videotaping for Police and Prosecutors: Policy, Procedures, and Law. now hosts 963 police officers (representing 405 police departments) and their 2050 law enforcement books in 35 categories, there are also listings of United States federal law enforcement employees turned authors, international police officers who have written books and civilian police personnel who have written books.


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