Morning Will Come is the tense story of a man caught in a compromise between life and death, and his choice as the instrument of that compromise. In a story taken from the headlines of today’s news, author Keith Hellwig provides a realistic view of the challenges that every Police Officer may be confronted with, and the toll that the challenge may exact.
Keith Hellwig has been in law Enforcement for 40 years. He has worked in State and County correctional facilities, and is a certified Law Enforcement Officer. As a Police Officer he has worked for three different agencies. He retired in March of 2017 from Corrections, and continues to work as a Police Office in a rural village. Keith obtained his formal education from the University Of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, and Fox valley Technical College.
THE ALARM WENT OFF WITH a harsh “buzz,” awakening the Captain the way it did every morning for the past few years. Its effect was the same as someone firing up a chainsaw next to the bed, and he was fully awake within micro-seconds. He stabbed at the electronic nuisance with his hand to shut it off before it woke Maura. He hit the “off” button out of habit, and as usual, he knocked the alarm off of the nightstand. He’d pick it up later when he got home tonight, after working in Campbell. This was his last shift at the prison, and he had decided, after thirty-five years, to call it quits. After today, he could probably sleep in until at least seven or eight!
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