If You Only Knew

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Griffin Pub., 1997 - Self-Help - 231 pages
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A survival guide for the 21st Century

If You Only Knew...targets an untapped niche in the vast consumer-awareness market. Designed for both men and women, it takes the guesswork out of negotiating life's difficulties -- by providing survival guide information ("Information and Resources Necessary for Living") and consumer information on how to commission a Private investigator ("Finding Help When You Can't Do It Yourself"). To say nothing of the implicit and startling idea that a Private Investigator may be as important a resource in contemporary life as you Rolodex stable of essential professionals, including your accountant, lawyer, shrink and fitness trainer. Until now, who knew the greif, loss, fright, expense and time the hiring of a Private Investigator could surreptitiously have helped you avoid?

Few of us realize the enormous difference the right information or the services of the right (read competent and trustworthy) Private Investigator at critical moments can make in our business and personal lives. When confronted with crisis, most of us depend on our "gut" instincts to ferret out con artists and con games, yet most of us don't have a clue about the real signs to watch for when strangers enter our lives. Often, we naively or inadvertently act against our own best interests -- simply because we are unaware of available information and resources that could empower, protect and help us through puzzling, challenging, even frightening times.

No longer do readers have to remain clueless and victimized. If You Only Knew provides know-how for savvy consumers. Private investigator Tom Martin shares state-of-the-art secrets from inside his profession -- from how to be your ownsleuth to how to know when to hire a P.I. to do the investigating for you. Either way, If You Only Knew represents the end of the age of innocence for its readers.

The most up-to-date guide on how to be your own sleuth or how and when to hire a private investigator.
-- Author is renowned national expert on investigation and research who has appeared on several national television talk shows
-- Based on actual case reports of other women clients
-- A practical consumer's guide for obtaining important information
-- Current-uses the latest in Internet technology
-- Author is currently founding US Unite, an internet database

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Contents

Your Right to Know
1
Information and Resources
7
Their Cheating Hearts
25
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Martin has been hiking in Grand Canyon from river rafting trips since 1969. He has participated on scientific rafting trips as a field technician, worked as a commercial river guide, and participated on private rafting trips.

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