Black, White, and Gray All Over; a Black Man’s Odyssey in Life and Law Enforcement by Frederick Douglass Reynolds (Book Review #1331)


‘Black, White, and Gray All Over’ is a memoir written about a retired LA county Sheriff who grew up in Detroit, and became a police officer and detective with a successful career. The author describes all the details and experiences he has endured both personally and professionally throughout his life.

The literature is written with expression and is about justice. The concept is intense, but you expect that from such a life. Frederick’s race is always in some shape or form influencing what happens to him and sometimes makes you wonder why? It should never be about race.

I appreciated the honesty and detailed explanations, scenes, and feelings. You truly get to know the author more and relive everything with him.

I recommend this book to those who like to read autobiographies.

Written by Jeyran Main

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