As founder, owner and operator of the private investigation firm Defense Investigators Group, I consistently see the veneer of seemingly mundane lives peeled back to reveal lives of maligned miscreants involved in convoluted and incredulous acts, – and those are just the lives of investigators.
So where some of the true procedures of the job are described, they have only been applied broadly in an effort to portray the spirit and the personalities of the profession if not exactly any actual cases or exploits.
This is not a training manual for being an investigator, nor is it an example of the dos and don’ts of the business. Because if sitting for long hours in a car conducting surveillance is boring to do, to read about it is even worse.
I dedicated this book to my beautiful wife, Dawn Louise, whose words of encouragement motivate me, and whose critiques help me focus enough to actually finish a few of the myriad of things that I start; this book being one of them.