My Life in the NYPD: Jimmy the Wags




      My Life in the NYPD: Jimmy the Wags
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  • 01 September 2019

10 thoughts on “ My Life in the NYPD: Jimmy the Wags

  1. Ice says:

    James Wagner, nicknamed Jimmy the Wags is a retired New York City street cop who, with the help of writer Patrick Picciarelli, also a retired cop, describes his police experiences in the Lower East Side of Manhattan in the 60s, 70s and 80s It s an authentic voice that rings with the cadence of the city and the job he worked day after day, dealing with the dregs of society and everyday crime, as well as some of the major social issues of the time.We first meet Jimmy as a nine year old boy, James Wagner, nicknamed Jimmy the Wags is a retired New York City street cop who, with the help of writer Patrick Picciarelli, also a retired cop, describes his police experiences in the Lower East Side of Manhattan in the 60s, 70s and 80s It s an authentic voice that rings with the cadence of the city and the job he worked day after day, dealing with the dregs of society and everyday crime, as well as some of the major social issues of the time.We first meet Jimmy as a nine year old boy, listening to Dragnet with his police officer father in their Staten Island home We follow him through the pol...

  2. Laura Hoeman says:

    fiction At the end of the book it says it s a work of fiction It didn t read like one, and I bought it thinking it was non fiction Kind of misrepresented Disappointing In the end, it s readable, but not good enough to rise above the misrepresentation.

  3. Ray says:

    I Thought it was a great memoir,a Good read.

  4. Florence says:

    I don t like this guy or his book I hope he does t come to get me.

  5. Melinda says:

    It s an ok book The writing is a little choppy and the transitions are not smooth.

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