Street Warrior—Part 2

by Ralph Friedman and Patrick Picciarelli

I don’t believe humans are designed to kill each other. We’re a higher form of animal and should only kill for food. Society dictates we live in harmony, but this isn’t always possible.

Street Warrior—Part 1

by Ralph Friedman and Patrick Picciarelli

Read an excerpt of the true story of the NYPD’s most decorated detective and the era that created him.

At the National Press Club, Ford challenged New York’s network of municipal hospitals and its free public university as lavish, unnecessary extravagances. Why should other Americans “support advantages in New York that they have not been able to afford for their own communities?”

1955. It’s springtime in New York and unseasonably balmy. Cherry blossoms dot Central Park with pale pink, and “Melody of Love” drifts from the radio. And twenty-eight year old Marilyn had just moved to New York after breaking her contract with Twentieth Century Fox.