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Dead Men Talk
Johnny Barnes  More Info
Sleep When I'm Dead
Johnny Barnes  More Info
Dead on the Internet: The MIT Murders
Johnny Barnes  More Info
Strange Matter 12:Dead on Its Tracks
Marty M. Engle and Johnny Ray Barnes Jnr  More Info

About the Rochester Police Department 

The Rochester Police Department consists of one chief of police, three sergeants, six patrol officers, five part-time officers, three reserve police officers and one administrative assistant. According to the Rochester Police Department, there mission statement is “To consistently deliver the highest level of professional law enforcement services to our community, while assisting in preserving peace and preventing criminal activity through effective partnerships with the citizens we proudly serve”

The Copper, Rocker and Author, Johnny Barnes was Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, Johnny Barnes attended boarding school in the Berkshires and played harmonica in a weekend blues band in New York City’s Greenwich Village in the late ‘60’s. After 2 years at U-Mass Dartmouth, Johnny moved to Boston where he drove a taxicab, attended Berklee School of Music and Harvard University Extension School majoring in Zen Buddhism.

 

Johnny Barnes sang and played guitar in all of the famous nightclubs in Boston with many of rock and roll’s legends, producing and releasing a dozen records. Local airplay and intense record company interest led to a hit song in England and work with legendary producer, Jimmy Miller (The Rolling Stones, Blind Faith with Eric Clapton, Traffic with Steve Winwood.) Barnes moonlighted, helping manage Boston’s largest live music nightclub, The Channel, where his band opened for numerous major acts through the ‘80’s and early 1990’s. Barnes was a paralegal investigator for law firms, and an operative and operations manager for Boston area private detective agencies. Johnny worked for Massachusetts’s Legal Services, the Mass. ACLU, and was a subcontract homicide investigator for the state’s Committee for Public Counsel. Since 1991 Barnes has been a full time Police Officer for the Rochester Police Department. 

 

Johnny Barnes has also written three murder mysteries, “Dead Men Talk,” “Sleep When I’m Dead” and “Dead on the Internet” Dead on the Internet is scheduled to publish late in 2006.

 

According to the book description of Dead on the Internet, “One by one, a group of graduate students working at MIT's Artificial Intelligence Lab are brutally murdered, staged, and set adrift in the Charles River. The floating corpses are sent straight into the heart of Boston by a sadistically warped serial killer seeking control over the development of human-like domestic robots.  The book's oddball Boston detective investigates cutting edge science and mass marketed "living" robots. The players are made up of society's underbelly of escorts, prostitutes, drug dealers, and the sellers of Internet porn.  This modern detective story is not for children.”

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