Posts Tagged ‘police’

I’ve finally released my third novel, Safe From the War, as an ebook on Amazon. Print and audio versions to follow (hopefully soon). This book is the prequel to Line in the Valley, and explains what my protagonist Jerry Nunez experienced in Houston before he was sent to fight on the Texas border. In one […]


This was published Sunday on Breach Bang Clear. Rather than posting part of it here and asking you to follow the link and finish reading it on Breach Bang Clear, I’ll just post the link. Explaining the Unexplainable; The Tamir Rice Shooting Please let me know what you think. Thanks guys. Chris Hernandez is a […]


After I published my opinion piece about the shooting in Ferguson Missouri, I received many emails from police officers and private citizens thanking me for writing it. I also received one message from a police officer who tried to explain how the job has changed him, and why he is the way he is. I […]


So there I was, minding my own business, on night shift patrol in a deserted, half-industrial half-residential area. This was around 2 a.m. on a boring weeknight. The area I was patrolling was full of illegal aliens, drunks, drug addicts, prostitutes (both voluntary and trafficked), gangsters and stolen cars. But this was a quiet night. […]


Other chapters and excerpts from Safe From the War can be found below: https://chrishernandezauthor.com/2013/06/17/another-excerpt-from-a-future-novel/ https://chrishernandezauthor.com/2013/07/01/safe-from-the-war-chapter-2/ https://chrishernandezauthor.com/2013/07/29/safe-from-the-war-chapter-3/ ****************************************** ā€œ204 dispatch, Iā€™m arriving.ā€ Sergeant Tillis, one of the few patrol sergeants Nunez thought was worth a damn, pulled off Hanley into the parking lot. He drove low and slow, only in a hurry when an officer was […]