My new book, A Detective's Guide to Interrogation Law, is now available on Amazon in
editions. I believe that it is the most complete and authoritative manual on the law of interrogation ever written for law enforcement officers. The legal principles are stated in plain language, followed by illustrative case examples. If you click on the links and go to the Amazon pages, you will be able to look at the first couple of chapters.
I am happy to mail free copies of the book to anyone willing to review the book, either on their site or on the book's Amazon page; email me at email@example.com if you are interested in doing this.
I'm not sure how I am going to market this. I might try some conventional advertising this time. I have sold enough copies of my last book, 360 Federal Crimes to fund something. As always, I post my trials and travails here. I am very interested in sharing the experiences of others in self-publishing.