Reviews

Testimonials

“A book revealing the poignant contributions, crisis, prestige, and resourcefulness of appointed Black U.S. Marshals in America’s history as never done before…”

-Vandella Brown, Contributing writer of Writing and Publishing: The Librarian’s Handbook and author of What Is a Zawadi to We? A poetic story celebrating Kwanzaa and gift giving

“The author brings more than 40 years of practical, administrative, managerial, supervisory and academic experience to this work of art. “A uniquely and comprehensive view of the United States Marshal Service as seen through the eyes of this law enforcement professional.”
As a career professional, retired police chief, college professor and current national president of a major proactive thinking, professional and progressive executive police organization, this is a “must read” and I personally recommend this publication to my professional colleagues.”

–Chief Patrick R. Melvin, M.Ed. , National President, National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives(NOBLE).

” A riveting account, of the African American impact on this important chapter in the history of the United States.Why did it take so long to tell the `whole story’ of the US Marshals Service?”

–Doug King, Springfield, IL African-American History Foundation

“A Great Black History Book “

–Tony Rose, President, Amber Communications

What Reviewers Are Saying

“A book revealing the poignant contributions, crisis, prestige, and resourcefulness of appointed Black U.S. Marshals in America’s history as never done before…”

–Vandella Brown, Contributing writer of Writing and Publishing: The Librarian’s Handbook and author of What Is a Zawadi to We? A poetic story celebrating Kwanzaa and gift giving