This month, we've been testing your knowledge of Joseph Wambaugh trivia.
If you're a fan of the cop author of such thin-blue-line classics as "The New Centurions," "The Onion Field," and "Hollywood Station," you still have a chance to win a signed copy of Wambaugh's latest book from POLICE Magazine.
But you need to hurry. We're closing the survey this Friday (Dec. 17), so submit your answers before then.
We'll randomly select one winner from all entrants who answer all six of the questions correctly. The author has generously offered to add a personalized message to a hard-cover copy of "Hollywood Hills," released by Little Brown in mid-November.
"Hollywood Hills" is the fourth and final installment in Wambaugh's Hollywood Station series of novels. It follows LAPD veteran "Hollywood Nate" Weiss as he investigates a burglary ring targeting celebutantes. Along the way, you'll find plenty of politically incorrect cop humor and character sketches of colorful crooks from the top and bottom rungs of society.