How to Locate Anyone Anywhere: Without Leaving Homeby Ted L. Gunderson, Roger McGovern
A former FBI agent turned private investigator, Ted Gunderson has been tracking down missing persons for most of his 45 working years. And in that time, he has come to the conclusion that, at some point in life, nearly everyone is looking for someonewhether it is a long-lost relative, an old friend, or a bad debtor. Knowing that most people are not in a position to hire a detective or go looking themselves, Gunderson has compiled a book filled with wonderfully practical, totally legal suggestions to help you find missing or hard-to-locate peopleright from your own home.
With this extraordinary guide, you will learn:
* how to map out a search plan and follow a paper trail. * how to make use of such search tools as the postal service, directories, libraries, and public records, * how to enlist the aid of people who hold valuable clues to your search, * how to use the Internet and other computer resources, * and much more.
An excerpt from the book:
"It isn't possible to imagine beforehand the degree of urgency, which is so important a search-motivation factor, for any of my readers...You, for example, could be facing a matter of life and death, perhaps needing to learn the genetic background of an adoptee who has become seriously ill. On the other hand, a legal or financial crisis might hinge on the success of your search. Then again, failure to find your subject might result in nothing more traumatic than disappointment. In any case, I want to get you into a frame of mind that gives your search importance."From How to Locate Anyone Anywhere.
For anyone attempting to find anyone for anyreason, this invaluable resource is "Authoritative, fundamental, easily understood..."F. Lee Bailey.
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