“Wes Harris has helped me with my upcoming crime/suspense novel. Although I write fiction, I want to accurately portray law enforcement as much as possible. Wes has helped me to do that. I would highly recommend his services to other writers who would like help with the law enforcement aspects of their writing.”—Heidi Glick, author of Dog Tags
“Wesley Harris can deliver! Not only did he know the answers to all my questions about Civil War firearms, but he answered them thoroughly, applied his knowledge to my particular characters and scene, and responded in a timely fashion. He is the dream resource for a novelist who needs his brand of expertise. I highly recommend his services, and will be using them again myself.”
~Jocelyn Green, award-winning author of the Heroines Behind the Lines series
"As a romantic suspense author, I work very hard to get the facts straight, or as close to as humanly possible within 380 pages. I’ve been blessed to correspond with Chief Wesley Harris, who not only corroborates or corrects my thinking, but goes the extra mile to work around those pesky plot problems. Chief Harris has been invaluable to me in clarifying police procedure. Other authors speak glowingly of him as well."--Donnell Ann Bell, Amazon bestselling author of The Past Came Hunting and Deadly Recall.
“I'm so grateful for the help Officer Harris has supplied me in helping get it right and keeping it real for my fiction detective. With Wes's expertise and broad base of knowledge I feel I have a good shot at writing about law enforcement. I wouldn't attempt to write without his help. He is never too busy and no question is considered foolish. I hope you take advantage of this man's knowledge.”—author Nanci Rubin
"Since my Diana Racine Psychic Suspense series takes place in New Orleans, and I live in South Carolina, I called on Wes Harris to smooth out some basic police procedures pertaining to Louisiana. He always answered my questions quickly and thoroughly. The man knows his stuff. Any mistakes in my books are all mine and fall under the heading of artistic license."--novelist Polly Iver
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