Book Review: CurbChek by: Zach Fortier



Publish Date:
August 30, 2011

From Author for Review


Curbchek is the story of a damaged cop, Zach Fortier. Fortier worked in the police department for the city where he grew up. One foot in the world of the cops, courts and legal system. The other in the world of gangs, drugs, thugs and street violence. Where the laws and rules are made by the strongest, the schemers and the most brutal. Read about the transformation of Fortier from a green rookie to a damaged paranoid veteran seeing danger in every situation. Follow along as he walks this tight rope. Trying to make difference, breaking the laws he promised to enforce. This is a story of law and order uncensored.

Review: Curbcheck: To have someone prop their mouth open on a curb and then you slam your foot on the back of their head.

Curbchek is a very real and disturbing look at the world of police work. A world very different from the one you and I live in (as Mr. Fortier calls it - the world of the Daywalkers), Curbchek shows the seamy underbelly of life in a big city. Not only the criminals, but the police who work the streets can be cruel and overzealous. Gritty and violent, you get a real feel and understanding for the situations and people cops deal with day in and day out. Curbchek gives you a new appreciation for the stress which takes its toll on good men and women changing them irrevocably. Some of the stories are scary, some funny, but all will affect you in some way.


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