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Confessions of a Private Eye: My Thirty Years Investigating Cheaters, Frauds, Missing Persons and Crooks

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And the march of technology has also brought it into the hands of people who aren’t professional investigators. It took a little over a year, but my efforts resulted in a new true-crime memoir entitled, Confessions of a Private Eye: My Thirty Years Investigating Cheaters, Frauds, Missing Persons and Crooks. I made it through days so hot you wouldn’t leave a dog in your car, and so cold that frost formed on the windows as I shivered in my down parka.

I could smell the food they were cooking wafting out the door or see that they were watching The Young and the Restless which I was going to watch when I was finished spying on them. If we see a client's partner going into a restaurant we'll try to send in an operative to sit on the adjacent table. At the same time, our operatives were able to enter the public hallway of the block of flats opposite. We followed him on to the plane to America, by car into Canada, but again, the most dramatic thing he did was to drink a few beers in a bar.About a week after my car alarm and horn fiasco, Stu and I showed up at the warehouse at about 10:00 pm. We followed him to the airport, expecting him to be meeting a girlfriend, but found him at the check-in desk.

Learn how Fulmer got his start in the private investigator business and the mistakes he made a long the way. His true-life cases have run the gamut from workers comp fraud and murder, to recovering runaways, human smuggling and cheating spouses. From outside my subject’s houses, I watched as lights came on and people got ready to start their day.While his boss is away, assistant private eye Bob West helps a woman who is being blackmailed with some compromising photographs. From finding runaways and busting insurance fraud to conducting sensitive national security background investigations for a large government contractor. Years earlier, when Mario and I had helped nab the two thieves responsible for the first theft, I had given Rocky a warning: Unless the company upgraded their security and made some operational changes, the same thing was bound to happen again. Of course, all the names, locations and other identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of the innocent (and the guilty).

The writing and storytelling is done so well as to fully engage the reader in each story until the case is or isn't solved. We are aware that there are films on the site that were added when the criteria for the inclusion of locations was very different from today and, as a result, there may be scenes missing from some productions. We will try to offer advice to those who cannot afford the service - but it's very difficult to follow people without training and you're likely to lose them.In keeping with the often strange and diverse experiences I’ve had, I thought about titling it, You Can’t Make This Stuff Up. Adventures of a Private Eye is highly symptomatic: we see nothing of the heroine's compromising photographs, though the director grants us unrevealing glimpses of the British Rail station at West Byfleet and ITV's crime hound Shaw Taylor. I’ve owned private investigation firms in Texas, Missouri, and Utah and have traveled throughout the U. Since I was back in Texas and would need assistance on this case, I contacted Stu Hall, my former co-worker at Mike Farmer Investigations, and we got down to business.

Before becoming a fulltime author, Leather was a journalist on newspapers such as The Times, the Daily Mail and the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. I witnessed movie-like scenes where a person comes out of their doctor’s appointment and doffs their cervical collar, or stops using their cane when they think no one is watching. With over 6 million of the world’s best eBooks to choose from, Kobo offers you a whole world of reading. He resides somewhere along the Wasatch Front near Salt Lake City with his wife Valerie, also a licensed private investigator.

I found out how much a person had in the bank and how much they owed to creditors, where they worked and how much they made. They may want us to do background checks on new partners, or on the same partner several years on, particularly if they have forgiven them for having an affair once. The most rewarding part of the work is tracking down missing relatives or adoptive parents, where the Salvation Army and social services have failed to make any progress. A private investigator cannot observe you in any place you have a reasonable expectation of privacy, but that doesn’t mean they won’t try.

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