Albert Lewis was a Constable in the Royal Ulster Constabulary between the late 1970s and late 1990s.
His police career covered some of the most traumatic events of the Northern Irish troubles and he was an eye witness to the events of the 1981 Hunger Strike civil unrest.
This book is a personal memoir of an ordinary man who was involved in extraordinary events. It also covers the details of every day policing.
Mixing humourous anecdotes alongside hair-raising incidents and moving tragic events, it will stand as a valuable social document of late 20th century Northern Ireland.