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Repeat Offender: Sin City's Most Prolific Criminal and the Cop Who Caught Him Kindle Edition
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With 25 years of law enforcement experience, 15 as a detective in the Repeat Offender Program in Las Vegas, it is amazing that Nickell can pen a book on a true case spanning so many years with painstaking detail about law enforcement and court procedures and make it exciting, suspenseful, and hard to put down.
Nickell’s account of Nevada’s most prolific criminal and the cop who caught him is especially powerful because it is written without judgment or condemnation, even though repeat offender Daimon Monroe ordered hits on Nickell, a chief deputy district attorney, and a judge.
It is heartwarming to discover Nickell’s role in helping Monroe’s former girlfriend and their children escape abuse and the criminal lifestyle. It is encouraging to read how successful that escape was.
“Repeat Offender” provides a revelation of how the U.S. court system has turned from serving the victims of crime to serving criminals. With defense attorneys “shoveling smoke” and performing circus acts to confuse juries and win cases, with no regard for the guilt or innocence of their clients, and with convicted felons permitted to clog the system with frivolous lawsuits—drastic changes are a requisite for making the justice system just.
Nickell’s Christian faith shines through “Repeat Offender” like a quiet, guiding light—never preaching, never judging—loving Daimon Monroe and his family in spite of the gulf between criminal and cop.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I liked that it was a true story but it read like a thriller. I can't wait to read the next book. I hope there's a film made!!Published 11 months ago by D. J. Hillyard
A very well written book, good courtroom drama, Bradley is to be congratulated, a pleasure to readPublished 18 months ago by Barry Curtis