Life is full of obstacles, and in today’s complicated, hyperconnected world we are all seeking to gain insight and knowledge that will allow us to take charge of our own safety and well-being. As a highly decorated former DEA agent and leading private investigator, Thomas G. Martin has seen every kind of trouble there is. In Seeing Life through Private Eyes, he provides a wealth of experience, insider information, and valuable advice to readers of every background navigating life’s inevitable challenges.
Domestic difficulties and divorce, adoption and runaways, background checks and corporate espionage, home protection and traveling wisely: whatever your issue, Seeing Life through Private Eyes offers the secrets to living safer, smarter, and saner. And just as a good investigator should, it guarantees readers the most valuable feeling of all: peace of mind.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.30(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Thomas G. Martin is a highly decorated former BNDD/DEA agent with the US Department of Justice and president of the country’s leading PI agency, Martin Investigative Services. He has been involved in numerous criminal cases that garnered national attention, including many unsolved crimes and cold cases. Today he oversees twenty-two investigators, including many former federal agents from the DEA, FBI, IRS, and Secret Service, in five California offices: Newport Beach, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, and Mission Viejo. You can visit his website at http://www.martinpi.com/.
Table of Contents
1: The Life of a PI
2: Marital Misadventures
3: The Legal Nuts and Bolts of Divorce
4: Love Is a Con
5: Scams and Suckers
6: Greed Is Not Good
8: Bringing People Together
9: Protecting Your Home…and Everything In It
10: International Concerns
11: The Ethics of Investigating: How to Hire the Right PI
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is informative, educational and an easy read. Martin draws on his expertise to provide a must read book. The scenarios he writes about can happen to anyone.