Just the Facts, Ma'am: A Writer's Guide to Investigators and Investigation Techniques
Whether your story involves snooping on a wayward husband or conducting corporate espionage, this guide will help you get the facts straight. You'll learn everything you need to know about all types of public and private investigators - such as background, skills and credentials. Drawing on 20 years of experience, author Greg Fallis then shows you how these professionals really operate.
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