Black, White, and Gray All Over ~ Book Reviews

The underlying message of my book is that cops have problems. They are human, even if they are expected to conduct themselves as something more; they aren’t allowed to make mistakes. Not only do they have to deal with their own problems, they have to deal with the problems of others as well. And as a Black man in America, it can sometimes be a struggle. As a Black cop in America, that struggle intensifies.

"If Fred Reynolds's memoir Black, White and Gray All Over was just about being a cop in Compton, California, dealing with gangs, murders, officers killed in the line of duty, and the politics that drives it all, it would be worth the read. This book goes deeper, into what it means to be a man, more particularly a Black man, and to overcome every obstacle along the way to redemption. Don't miss this one!"
#1 Bestselling Author J.J. Hebert
“I have reached the conclusion that those who have physical courage also have moral courage. Physical courage is a great test.” — Oriana Fallaci