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The long hot summer of ’76. A steep learning curve for a young Mick Habergham, trying to carve out a career in the police force and survive his two years probation. Formative years at the sharp end. From petrol bombs to gipsy fights, and child burglars to cold dead flesh. It was a year burned into his memory. The year he learned to swear. Learned the true meaning of camaraderie. And the bitter taste of betrayal.
Excellent characterisation. Word perfect dialogue. Utterly realistic – Reviewing the Evidence