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'Friedman . . . chronicles his gritty tenure in the new, action-packed book.' ―The New York

Post'This book reads like a fast-paced novel that readers will find hard to put down. . . . The

narrative provides insight into what is [sic] was like to be a cop [in the '70s]. Readers fascinated by

police work will definitely want to read this book.' ―Library Journal'Friedman recounts the

harrowing trials and tribulations he experienced while wearing his uniform. The memoir is filled

with war stories and anecdotes about the bygone era of policing, a time when cops didnâ€t have

to wear body-cams or worry about being politically correct.' ―Merry Jane'I've known Ralph

Friedman for almost forty years, since the first day he walked into Big Joe's Tattoo Shop. He

looked more like a biker than a cop. We were on opposite sides of the fence, but we always

respected each other! He's the toughest Jew I know, who has more tattoos than I do.' ―Chuck

Zito, Actor/Stuntman/Bodyguard and former Hells Angel'Fugeddabutitt! If I knew about Detective

Ralph Friedman when I was raising hell in New York during the '70s and '80s I may have dialed

back my lifestyle. Friedman's memoir is a rapid-fire page turner, told with compassion and gutwrenching

reality. It's a walk through the South Bronx in an era that some people would like to

forget.' ―Gianni Russo, actor, The Godfather'Friedman used his fists, guns, and other available

weapons to arrest, wound, and sometimes kill suspects, winning a host of medals for valor in the

process. . . . His restlessness for action never abated, to the point where he placed himself in

personal peril multiple times. A swashbuckling book that is likely to elicit extreme reactions of

applause or disapproval depending on the reader's personal opinions about law enforcement.'

―Kirkus Reviews'I enjoyed these true-to-life New York experiences. Funny and gritty, this book is

a great example of why we respect those honorable men in blue.' ―Aida Turturro, actress, The

Sopranos 'I loved this book. Could not put it down. Mr. Friedman's exploits were an adrenaline

rush with many comic moments sprinkled in between. It gives you a newfound respect for the

incredibly difficult job police officers face every day, but even more so back in '70s. Cannot wait for

the movie!' ―James Biberi, actor, Drive, Analyze That'The toughest crime fighter in the history of

NYC didnâ€t leap tall buildings or drive a Batmobile. He was a real-life, tough as nails detective,

the closest thing to a caped crusader New York ever had. Meet Ralph Friedman, Super-Cop.'

―Steven Jay Griffel, bestselling author of The David Grossman Series 'It was a different job and

a turbulent time and Ralph Friedman defined the word Detective. Street Warrior should be

required reading for anyone who wants to understand the real world of street policing. Read this

book and be awed. An amazing story told by a legendary NYPD detective.' ―Joseph D. Pistone,


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