Crime Fiction About An Undercover Cop By a Former Undercover Cop
A guest post by StephenBentley, former UK Detective Sergeant, undercover cop, barrister (trial counsel) and now writer and author, on Who The F*ck Am I?, the first book in his new Steve Regan Undercover Cop series.
‘Crime fiction about an undercover cop by a former undercover cop’ is roughly how the blurb goes on the Amazon listing for my latest book ‘Who The F*ck Am I?’
The title may be a tad controversial to some, but it is part of the very fabric of an infiltrator. Identity confusion among undercover agents is a medically recognised condition. Continue reading “Who The F*ck Am I?”
Every now and then you come across a book you really enjoy. A Man Called Oveby Fredrik Backman is one of those books for me.
On the surface, it’s a grumpy old man story. Maybe that’s why my wife suggested I read it. But, underneath the surface story, it’s a story of love and redemption.
If you’re ever feeling down, like Ove is at the start of the story, reading this book will remind you that the secret is to get outside of yourself. Think of other people. Do things for them. Be with them.
A Man Called Ove is a wonderful story of how Life intervenes to get Ove’s attention and reopen his heart. Some of it is sad, some of it is touching, and some of it is really funny. I enjoyed it.
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NY Times and USA Today best-selling science fiction author, Patricia Loofbourrow, is creating a transmedia project surrounding the far future domed neo-Victorian city of Bridges, which is now split between four crime families.
The centre of this project is a 13 part steampunk neo-noir novel called the Red Dog Conspiracy, which follows the story of a female private eye named Jacqueline Spadros.