If you think a copper’s life is sometimes hard, how about a cop girl’s!
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This study revolves around friction, meaning the ubiquitous uncertainties and inescapable difficulties that form the atmosphere of real war. More specifically, it attempts to utilize the Clausewitzian concept of general friction as a basis for assessing — and, if necessary, reshaping — the foundations of US air doctrine. This critical application…
Thirteen-year-old trainee cop girl Samantha Brown unexpectedly finds herself on a tough assignment. She has a suspected pickpocket under surveillance and struggles to find sufficient evidence to link him to the crime. But the more she finds out about him the more she believes he is ‘up to something’.
When he moves he moves fast, and if he is going to commit another crime, the last thing she wants is to lose him. Using her sharp detective skills, Sam has to think on her feet, making important, split-second decisions just to keep him in her sights.
However, she has no idea yet of the difficult, wild and dangerous chase this man is going to lead her on.