By Bob Hamer
Bob Hamer is a 26-year veteran of the FBI. In undercover operations Hamer posed as every thing from a drug broker to an getting older pedophile. His final undercover assignment-and his hardest-was infiltrating NAMBLA, the North American Man/Boy Love organization. Now, on reflection on a occupation wealthy within the form of motion that makes for nice cinema, Bob tells us of the demanding situations he persisted and overcame as he stared the darkish facet of humanity within the face-and by no means blinked. it truly is infrequent for an agent to serve undercover long term, yet he made a profession out of a role which could thoroughly eat and break a guy. Remarkably, via all of this Bob discovered the way to stay precise to his religion, and continually positioned his relations prior to his work.
From Publishers Weekly
There were many books referring to FBI undercover brokers on perilous assignments, yet this one via a veteran FBI agent is going such a lot of them one larger along with his full-tilt voyages into the darkest fringes of society. After his education and recruitment into the legal netherworld, Hamer assumed a number of identities—such as drug broker and agreement killer—to penetrate the closed societies of the chinese language, Russian and Iraqi mobs. besides the fact that, Hamer's managed theatrics are so much compelling as he infiltrates the security-obsessed North American Man/Boy Love organization disguised as an getting older pedophile, to crack the gang and their wide foreign community. The sneak peek into that dank society of fowl hawks is illuminating in its depiction of kid sexual abuse. together with his practiced lies and disciplined habit, Hamer is a peerless secret agent, even though his e-book occasionally breaks its narrative concentration and wanders into numerous circumstances immediately. nonetheless, this e-book possesses energy and conviction with no being pretentious or pious. (Sept. 12)
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