The Middletown Myth

Based on True Events

by Baird Davis



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/10/2004

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 176
ISBN : 9781418440510

About the Book

The Middletown Myth brings to life the raw and gritty underbelly of a police department that once was. It has been said that the line between the mind of a criminal and that of a policeman is a very fine line. This story shows a son’s dedication to finding what is true in the midst of deception surrounding a profound act of malice toward his father. As he follows the story to its end, he remains true to the sincerity and sense of justice that defined him as a child. In his journey, this son of a city cop finds the answers to long-sought questions. In the end, the line between good and evil becomes more clear, but not without a dozen mysteries being resolved, first.



About the Author

Baird Davis was born in Muncie, Indiana where he grew up and graduated high school. After school he entered the United States Army where he served as a military police investigator. Afterwards, he became a police officer for Delaware County, Indiana for 11 years. Baird was the Community Crime Prevention Officer and a D.A.R.E. instructor. Baird received dozens of awards for his involvement in the community. In 1996 he was commissioned a Kentucky Colonel. He is now a conductor for the Norfolk Southern Railroad where he serves as an Operation Lifesaver instructor. He is a loving husband and a wonderful father of three children.  Baird Davis has accomplished many things over the years; this book now being added to the continuing list. You can reach author at