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There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter.

-- Ernest Hemmingway

Jim Rowell lives just east of Atlanta on a small farm over-looking a pasture with horses and a flowing creek. He can often be found sitting in an antique barber chair on his front porch, enjoying his retirement years. After suffering a heart attack and surgery in 1999, Jim decided it was time to turn in his badge and gun after serving with the DeKalb County Police Department of Metro Atlanta for 28 years. He left as a Police Captain, having served in uniform, burglary, youth and sex crimes, and his favorite, the homicide unit. [more]

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