Follow the author's journey through life from a Central African childhood in the mid 1950's to boarding at a High School in Apartheid
South Africa in the early 1960's.
From joining the British Police in 1969 and various adventures in Uniform before progressing through to the CID by 1978 and international criminal investigations into Frauds against Airlines during the 1980's.
Then explore the world of international criminal investigations with Interpol from 1991 through to the formation of the National
Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS) until its demise in 2006. Be introduced to the world of the Serious & Organized Crime Agency
(SOCA) and the many trials and tribulations which followed.
Finally retirement in 2011 followed by the revelations of a personal unforeseen bombshell that has changed the dynamics of the author's life.
This autobiography provides a clear ' warts and all ' account of the author's professional and private life, so fasten your seatbelts and enjoy the trip.