Retirement looks good on David Brown. The former Dallas police chief quickly made the jump to national talking head, signing a deal with ABC News, exploring things such as the interaction between local and federal law enforcement and the confirmation hearing of hopeful attorney general Jeff Sessions. And he has also written a book, the cover of which was debuted today by Good Morning America.
He’s wearing three garments of varying shades of cobalt blue, his back to the city, standing—or superimposed—somewhere in the Cedars with a downtown view. He looks stern yet confident, shooting you a scolding glance in case you don’t buy the book, but he suspects that won’t happen. Called to Rise is out June 6, from Ballantine Books. Here’s the summary from Amazon: “The Dallas police chief who inspired a nation with his compassionate, community-focused response to the killing of five of his officers shares his uplifting personal story and a blueprint for the future of policing.”
Revealing the cover for @ChiefDavidBrown‘s new book “Called To Rise,” from Ballantine Book
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— Good Morning America (@GMA) February 6, 2017