Good Cop, Bad Money Book
What Makes Good Cop, Bad Money Unique?
Good Cop, Bad Money is an autobiographical novel by Glen Morisano, a former deputy inspector for the New York City Police Department, chronicling his life as one of the NYPD’s true heroes.
The book explains how Morisano’s early life struggles – coming from an abusive household and watching his grandfather die after a brutal beating on the Staten Island Ferry – propelled him into manhood, becoming one of the NYPD’s most decorated officers.
Morisano’s story is one that teaches how strong values, honor and truth can help someone make a difference – a story that Market America founder and CEO JR Ridinger has called “a Market America kind of book… about a real person overcoming adversity to win.