TRAFFICKING, A Memoir of an Undercover Game Wardenby Tony H. Latham
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This compelling nonfiction work takes the reader into a convoluted eight month infiltration of a group of squalid criminals trafficking in wildlife by two undercover game wardens. Latham doesn’t hold back on the language in this book nor does he downplay the vile acts that occurred against both the human and wildlife victims in this twisted tale. If you think poachers are just a bunch of good old boys out for a bit of meat, this true story is bound to reshape your opinion. Books written about undercover wildlife trafficking investigations are rare ––this one will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Trafficking will quickly pull you in and keep you turning the pages. I promise. You won’t be able to put it down. It’s that good.
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Meet the Author
Tony Latham grew up wanting to be a game warden like his great uncle Hawley Hill in the 1950s and ’60s. His first career involved chasing wildfires in the interior of Alaska. (He claims to have caught one once.) After his fire career Tony spent 22 years pursuing wildlife thieves both in and out of uniform with Idaho Fish and Game.
His first book ANALYZING BALLISTIC EVIDENCE, On-Scene by the Investigator is available online and recommended for investigators, crime writers, and evidence aficionados.
He’s now retired and lives and plays in Salmon, Idaho.
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If anyone has any wildlife resource protection in their blood or an ounce of undercover investigative intrigue in their blood, this is for you. Wildlife Law Enforcement at its best in a well laid out true Game Warden story. Keeps you wanting to read more until the end. Will make you respect the difficult job of Conservation Officers and the dangers they face with each patrol and investigation.