A Pittsburgh Police Thriller
by Dennis Marsili

“Get ready for a different kind of shot-gun start that turns lives upside down. Dennis Marsili has mastered the art of point-of-view storytelling, with insight only years patrolling a beat can provide. This is an insider’s look at the pressure-filled world of crime fighting. It shines a bright light on the little-discussed topic of police suicide.”– Jennifer Miele News Reporter and Westmoreland County Bureau Chief, WTAE-TV Pittsburgh.

“Gritty real-life portrayal by an officer who is on the ground. This really spoke to me because I have come from a family of military, firemen, and cops. Dennis Marsili knows his stuff...” – Christian Williams Government consultant to US Army Information Technology, US Army officer, Airborne Ranger Qualified, Air Assault Qualified- Retired and West Point Graduate.

“A gritty, realistic story of the law enforcement profession which combines the traditional police procedural with a stark warning of the unspoken realities that cops face…(such as) suicide.”– Frank Monaco Chief Borough of Plum Police, Major, PA State Police-Retired.

Pittsburgh police officer Guy Ruggerio is a proud, competitive, overachiever who loves his job, his police buddies, and his city of steel. But all of that collapses into despair on the night he is involved in a line-of-duty shooting and set-up for destruction.

Dennis Marsili, a native of Western Pennsylvania is a 23 year veteran police officer and currently serves as a detective sergeant with the City of New Kensington, PA Police Dept. He holds a master’s degree in Criminology and has published numerous police related articles. He is an active member of Phi Kappa Phi honor society and the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences professional association. Excessive Forces is his first novel. He can be reached by e-mail: dennis.marsili63@gmail.com

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