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The Huffy and the Whatchamacallit

Before becoming a San Diego private investigator, Ricky Taylor was a combat corpsman, an author, a correctional officer and a published author. This is a story from a day in his life. She was beautiful. I could hardly believe it. Was I dreaming? I wiped the sleep from my eyes and stared in wonder. She […]

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A Time to Die

Before becoming a San Diego private investigator, Ricky Taylor was a combat corpsman, a correctional officer and a published author. This is a story from a day in his life. Typhoon Omar hit the island of Guam in August of 1992. Winds reaching speeds of up to one-hundred-fifty miles per hour blew the roofs off […]

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The Devil at the Crossroads

Before becoming a San Diego private investigator, Ricky Taylor was a combat corpsman, a correctional officer and a published author. This is a story from a day in his life. The Devil at the Crossroads It was all about a girl. I was in love. Young love. The kind of love only a teenage boy […]

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The Girl in the Red Polyester Pants

“Before becoming a San Diego private investigator, Ricky Taylor was a combat corpsman, a correctional officer and a published author. This is a story from a day in his life.” I don’t remember her name. I see her in my mind’s eye. She’s maybe twelve years old, the same age I was at the time. […]

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The Mad hatter

Before becoming a San Diego private investigator, Ricky Taylor was a combat corpsman, a correctional officer and a published author. This is a story from a day in his life. My first experience with Doctor Teitelbaum was at the Hub in the Correctional Treatment Center of the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego, […]

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Congressman for a Day

Before becoming a San Diego private investigator, Ricky Taylor was a combat corpsman, a correctional officer and a published author. This is a story from a day in his life. I sat in relative darkness in a compartment located within the sides of the hovercraft, surrounded by marines, some in olive drab green uniforms, others […]

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When The Clerk Came to Work

Before becoming a San Diego private investigator, Ricky Taylor was a combat corpsman, a correctional officer and a published author. This is a story from a day in his life. “It really happened, Taylor,” Kellogg said. He sat behind his desk in the Facility Three Yard program office of the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility. […]

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The Girl Scouts of America Saved My Life

Before becoming a San Diego private investigator, Ricky Taylor was a combat corpsman, a correctional officer and a published author. This is a story from a day in his life. “Would you like to buy some cookies, Mister?” I turned to see the girl scout. She was about eleven years old, her auburn hair pulled […]

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