Black, White, And Gray All Over; a Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement by Frederick Douglass Reynolds (Book Review 1292)


Black, White, And Gray All Over is a memoir written about the author’s encounter and life trying to stay away from trouble and instead navigate all his energy and potential as a cop, making a change. He discusses how the system is corrupted and how racism exists in the police force. He also explains how he personally has experienced cruelty and has lost fellow cops or survived near-death experiences.

The memoir is written with care and love. It is apparent to see how every scene and chapter of the author’s life has impacted him. It is written well, and you are able to connect with the author in a unique way.

There is something always beautiful about a memoir because it is written from the author’s perspective and unique personal thoughts and feelings. This memoir does not shy away from any of it, and for that reason, I found it to be worth the read.

I recommend this book to those who have worked in the police force and enjoy reading memoirs.

Written by Jeyran Main

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