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This was really interesting I m not someone who knows a whole lot about hip hop beyond the basics, so seeing how Parker explains the interplay between music, gang violence, and inner city life was pretty interesting It was also interesting as a memoir for him as a member of the black community working for NYPD, and some of the challenges he faced while in that role His writing voice is bombastic and at times braggadocious, but I found it fit the subject material well. This book pretty much solely focuses on hip hop crimes This book is about a police officer who looks into all of these hip hop types of crimes The officer at one point in the book is in drug investigations, and then moves into investigating homicides This book takes place in New York City, which obviously the officer is part of the N.Y.P.D then Derrick Parker is the detective, too Throughout the whole book, Derrick Parker is always trying to solve cases like homicide cases as well as drug This book pretty much solely focuses on hip hop crimes This book is about a police officer who looks into all of these hip hop types of crimes The officer at one point in the book is in drug investigations, and then moves into investigating homicides This book takes place in New York City, which obviously the officer is part of the N.Y.P.D then Derrick Parker is the detective, too Throughout the whole book, Derrick Parker is always trying to solve cases like homicide cases as well as drug cases as I mentioned earlier This book also talks about how the N.Y.P.D is sometimes unable to handle the crimes of hip hop I think a big reason why the N.Y.P.D is unable to handle some of the crimes and get them solved is because some of these crimes are involved with gangs, which make it difficult to who did what or who did this In my opinion, this book has lots of information on the crime of hip hop, and also talks about the crime of hip hop that are yet still not solved I found this book very interesting and informative because I ve never really heard much about the crimes involving hip hop in particular Also, best part of the book I would say is the fact that some crimes are still unsolved Knowing this makes me want to learnabout the unsolved crimes and how come they are still unsolved This book made me wanting to keep on reading because like I said earlier have never really heard much about the crimes of the hip hop world Overall, I liked the book very much This was a very good book This book is about the inside story of the Tupac and Biggie murder cases This is also about the Jam Master Jay case This book is about Derrick Parker, a cop, that investigated some of the biggest rap murder cases I recommend this book to people that are interested in mystery This is a very good crime mystery book that can be read by anyone This book is cool because it tells you the inside information about these murder cases. Filled with many interesting details, but not well written as I found the author to be self centered. Don t believe the hype while an interesting look at the inner workings of the NYPD in regards to rap crime, this book didn t really offer the inner story about Tupac, Biggie and Jam Master Jay It s a lot of Derrick Parker tooting his own horn and trying to prove that he s a one of a kind superstar when it comes to hip hop crime Unfortunately, he doesn t spill enough of the beans to justify a recommendation I didn t learn anything new about the Tupac or Biggie case, and only a little bit Don t believe the hype while an interesting look at the inner workings of the NYPD in regards to rap crime, this book didn t really offer the inner story about Tupac, Biggie and Jam Master Jay It s a lot of Derrick Parker tooting his own horn and trying to prove that he s a one of a kind superstar when it comes to hip hop crime Unfortunately, he doesn t spill enough of the beans to justify a recommendation I didn t learn anything new about the Tupac or Biggie case, and only a little bitabout the Jam Master Jay case It is an interesting topic and the book makes it clear why the hip hop community doesn t get involved with the police But this book could have been very dynamic and thrilling and it s just not If you are interested in the topic, check out the book LAbyrinth This book was interesting and filled with information that make you believe that the author is very passionate both about hip hop and law enforcement He clearly sees the gulf between the two as very harmful to both By telling the story both as a hip hop fan and a police officer you see, in raw detail, where both have gone wrong return return However, the writing was difficult to read The language seemed forced throughout As if the authors couldn t decide if they were writing for a hip hop This book was interesting and filled with information that make you believe that the author is very passionate both about hip hop and law enforcement He clearly sees the gulf between the two as very harmful to both By telling the story both as a hip hop fan and a police officer you see, in raw detail, where both have gone wrong return return However, the writing was difficult to read The language seemed forced throughout As if the authors couldn t decide if they were writing for a hip hop audience, with the slang and the coloful language of the streets, or for astaid law enforcement personality with its own slang and color Many parts of the book felt like they were written in one vernacular and then translated to aformal writing style This made parts of the book awkward and took you out of the story return return From a standpoint of what the book had to say, it was excellent, but the execution of the writing left much to be desired |Ebook ♰ Notorious C.O.P.: The Inside Story of the Tupac, Biggie, and Jam Master Jay Investigations from NYPD's First "Hip-Hop Cop" ♸ AUCTION DESCRIPTION I enjoyed the book, even though the title is a bit overly sensational It s just a decent story about a cop who is also a long time rap hip hop fan and managed to combine the two, to a certain extent Very interesting to read about the origins of many rappers, their gang ties if any , and how the NYPD and other police departments have dealt with some of the related criminal cases Especially interesting reading about Rick Ross crashing his car into a building in Ft Lauderdale this AM trying to I enjoyed the book, even though the title is a bit overly sensational It s just a decent story about a cop who is also a long time rap hip hop fan and managed to combine the two, to a certain extent Very interesting to read about the origins of many rappers, their gang ties if any , and how the NYPD and other police departments have dealt with some of the related criminal cases Especially interesting reading about Rick Ross crashing his car into a building in Ft Lauderdale this AM trying to evade a drive by shooting Too bad Mr Parker can t give me the inside scoop on this one First off I am surprised as to how many thugs and gang bangers are woven into the hip hop community of stars Second of all, I am amazed at how much money high level crack dealers were making in the late 80 s, early 90 s Now as far as the writer aka the police man who investigated most of the hip hop crimes in New York and some bigger case elsewhere, I think he thinks to much of himself I think he believes he is of a better caliber police officer than his peers and thinks he is as cool First off I am surprised as to how many thugs and gang bangers are woven into the hip hop community of stars Second of all, I am amazed at how much money high level crack dealers were making in the late 80 s, early 90 s Now as far as the writer aka the police man who investigated most of the hip hop crimes in New York and some bigger case elsewhere, I think he thinks to much of himself I think he believes he is of a better caliber police officer than his peers and thinks he is as cool or famous as the rap thugs he investigated That is just the feel I got from reading the book This is another audible read for me The guy sounds like the HBO documentary narrator I guess the book is ok but so far it has all been about how this guy who worked to set up the hip hop task force sees himself as a regular guy who is working with regular people even though he is working with to catch Lil Kim, P Diddy, G Unit, et al I will repost when i finish reading it.