Mister3 is not my real name. I have been in the military, private sector investigations as well as closeness to law enforcement. I write directly from my experiences and my mistakes. I research everything I write about whether learned in the field or through study.

My main goal here is to share my interests, knowledge and perhaps save someone the trouble of figuring it all out on their own.

My style of writing is kind of a “straight-to-the-point” style of writing. I hate fluff or padding just to make a book seem longer and a better value. I disagree with that philosophy. I want the value to lie solely in the information I provide. I want the meat of a book and want to learn it quickly. I’m not looking to waste your time. However, my sense of humor may show through sometimes and sometimes I may find the need to curse to drive a point. Chances are, if you’re reading this, your skin may be a little thicker than most and you probably don’t care.

I do not and will not push any political or religious agendas in my writing. It does not belong here.

Although I strive for grammatical excellence and desire to command the English language like a scholarly English wizard; know that I have a doctorate in English literature said me not ever. Is that even a degree?

Thank you men and women of LE and the U.S. Military. Thank you for reading and for your support! Go Army!


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10 Surprising Things Your Surveillance Van Should Have
Price: Free! Words: 1,020. Language: English. Published: December 13, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Law » Insurance, Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Insurance / risk assessment & management
This is a quick-assault guide to setting up a static, urban surveillance van written by a seasoned surveillance investigator.

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