God Bless America 2015
The writings of Jim E. Reames
Valley of the Dry Bones
My 1st novel, the 1992 prediction of America in 2015. We become a Police State. Now, 23 years later, we are almost in the “Valley.”
LaDon’s Lost Diamond
My 2nd novel, a romance/comedy.
Life in a rural Idaho community.
After the Cloud
My 3rd novel, a sequel to “Valley of the Dry Bones”. Life after the rapture.
Bedrock – 1960
My 4th novel, recalls a day on the river as a teenager back in July 1960.
My 5th novel, about threat of cyber war.
“BLACK-PROMETHeSU$” is a polymorphic, trans-gender, visible, yet highly invisible, extremely mobile, airborne Russian Mafia new variant malware that threatens the future of all Western Civilization computers. The intent: Destroy the American dollar so Russia can re-birth the gold standard. This Nextgen malware kicks the CIA’s ass!
Seeds of Love (Now being written)
My Academic Writings:
“Is America Secure from Asymmetric War?”
Publisher: Department of Criminal Justice
Boise State University
Type: Master’s Degree Thesis
Availability: BSU library
A post-911 era thesis on asymmetric war, organized crime, and international terrorism
My Professional Articles:
“Police Training – Where is it leading us?” Published by: The Police Chief Magazine Date: 1976
“Computerizing Law Enforcement” Date: 1977 Published by: The Association of Idaho Cities Magazine
“The Ten Commandments of Computerized Law Enforcement” Date: July, 1978 Published by: The Journal of Californa Law Enforcement Discussed the magic of advanced data mining.
“No Pennies for the Gum Machine” Date: 1978 Published by: The Journal of Caifornia Law Enforcement. Predicted a futuristic cashless society and use of ATMs and computer crimes to document the future (upcoming need of cyber cops).
“Budgeting for a Mini-Computer” Date: 1980 Published by: The Journal of California Law Enforcement.
“VPN Offers New/Powerful Tools to Law Enforcement Communications” Date: 2000, Published by The Journal of California Law Enforcement.
“Aviation and Law Enforcement” Date: 2000 a.d. Published by: The Journal of California Law Enforcement California Peace Office’s Association Written introduction by: CHP Commissioner Dwight “Spike” Hemick
“Introduction to the Theory of Computerized Law Enforcement” Date: Summer, 1978 Published by: The International Association of Chiefs of Police Was used as an in-class textbook at IACP seminars
Idaho Writer’s Guild