Life Undercover

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Life Undercover

Life Undercover

Coming of Age in the CIA

  • Author: Amaryllis Fox
  • Publisher: Random House
  • ISBN: 1473559367
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 160
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Do you have what it takes to stand between us and the enemy? "I’m here to prevent a major and imminent attack. One that will kill children. I’m alone and operational in the country where my colleague was taken and beheaded, and every hour I’m delayed is another hour for something to go wrong - for an informant to disclose my location, for the source I’m meeting to cancel, for the attack to go boom. The fear injects my thoughts with venom." Amaryllis Fox was recruited by the CIA at the age of 21 in the aftermath of 9/11. After an intense training period – where she learns how to master a Glock, get out of flexicuffs while in the trunk of a car, withstand torture, and commit suicide in case of captivity – she is sent undercover to keep nuclear, biological and chemical weapons out of the hands of terror groups. Posing as an art dealer, she is sent on countless dangerous missions around the globe. Each time, the stakes become even higher and the risks more terrifying. Determined to stop the masterminds, Amaryllis’s quest will almost destroy her, until she realises that the only way to actually defeat the enemy is to have the courage to sit across from them... and listen. In this explosive first-hand account – filled with suspense and plot twists to rival Carrie Mathison in Homeland – Life Undercover is an edgy story of an undercover CIA operative, hunting the world’s most dangerous terrorists, using deception and disguises and dead drops in the night in order to protect our streets. Revealed in never-before-seen detail, Amaryllis offers compelling insight that can only come from having fought on the front lines.

Both Sides of the Fence

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Both Sides of the Fence

Both Sides of the Fence

A Life Undercover

  • Author: David Corbett
  • Publisher: Mainstream
  • ISBN: 9781840187694
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 208
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As one of a handful of UK police officers trained in SAS deep-cover surveillance, David Corbett infiltrates the toughest communities living among junkies, prostitutes, murderers and firearm dealers, in order to gather evidence that would lead to dozens of convictions.His rapport with hardened criminals was forged during his youth on the mean streets of Glasgow, where he ran with the gangs, joyriding and stealing. But when his friends began disappearing into borstals, Corbett decided it was time to take himself in hand and followed his father into the police force. His ability to mingle with gangsters was soon identified as an asset and, after serving time in the CID - where he was involved in investigating the murder of Arthur Thompson Junior, the son of Glasgow's Godfather - he became an undercover agent with the Crime Squad. He trained in urban and rural surveillance and invented a fictional past for himself. Like Donnie Brasco, the legendary US cop who won the trust of the Mafia, Corbett risked his life every day: one false move and his cover would have been blown. The pinnacle of his career was an operation in the former pit town of Blyth, where there had been 15 drug-related deaths in 12 months. Leaving his wife and family, he spent five months undercover, wired up, winning the confidence of the dealers, and had to cope with having his life endangered by a corrupt officer. Corbett's work led to 31 convictions and commendations from the Chief Constable and a Crown Court Judge but, without any form of counselling, the stress took its toll and he was forced into early retirement.

Double Agent

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Double Agent

Double Agent

My Secret Life Undercover in the IRA

  • Author: Kevin Fulton
  • Publisher: Kings Road Publishing
  • ISBN: 1789462002
  • Category: History
  • Page: 288
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'"I am a British soldier," I told my reflection. "I am a British soldier and I'm saving lives. I'm saving lives. I'm a British soldier and I'm saving lives..."' Kevin Fulton was one of the British Army's most successful intelligence agents. Having been recruited to infiltrate the Provisional IRA at the height of The Troubles, he rose its ranks to an unprecedented level. Living and working undercover, he had no option other than to take part in heinous criminal activities, including the production of bombs which he knew would later kill. So highly was he valued by IRA leaders that he was promoted to serve in its infamous internal police - ironically, his job was now to root out and kill informers. Until one day in 1994, when it all went wrong. . . Fleeing Northern Ireland, Kevin was abandoned by the security services he had served so courageously and left to live as a fugitive. The life of a double agent requires constant vigilance, for danger is always just a heartbeat away. For a double agent within the highest ranks of the IRA, that danger was doubled. In this remarkable account, Kevin Fulton - former intelligence agent, ex-member of the IRA - tells a truth that is as uncomfortable as it is gripping.

The Pretender

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The Pretender

The Pretender

My Life Undercover for the FBI

  • Author: Marc Ruskin
  • Publisher: Macmillan
  • ISBN: 1466877103
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 352
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Of all the tools available to law enforcement, the living, breathing undercover operative remains the gold standard. This is true in TV shows and in the real world. In the era of electronic surveillance, UC work enforces accountability; it prevents mistakes, and of all the boots on the ground, undercover agents are often the most valuable. The FBI generally has about 100 UC agents working full-time in the field. In the 1990s and 2000s, Marc Ruskin had the most diverse, and notorious, case list of all, and the broadest experience within the bureaucracy, including overseas. He worked ops targeting public corruption, corporate fraud, Wall Street scams, narcotics trafficking, La Cosa Nostra, counterfeiting—and gritty street-level scams and schemes. Sometimes working three or four cases simultaneously, Ruskin switched identities by the day: Each morning he had to walk out the door with the correct ID, clothes, accessories and frame of mind for that day’s mission. Meet Alex Perez, Alejandro Marconi, and Sal Morelli, just a few of Ruskin’s undercover personas. And how is the right UC agent chosen, how is a bogus identity manufactured and “backstopped,” how is the Bureau's long-term con painstakingly assembled? No one has ever given us the inside story like Ruskin. The Pretender is the definitive narrative of undercover ops—the procedures, the successes, the failures--and the changes in the culture of the new-era FBI.

Dance with the Devil Memoirs of an Undercover Narcotrics Detective

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Dance with the Devil Memoirs of an Undercover Narcotrics Detective

Dance with the Devil Memoirs of an Undercover Narcotrics Detective

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: Bernie Lau
  • ISBN: N.A
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Undercover Protector

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Undercover Protector

Undercover Protector

  • Author: Molly O'Keefe
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • ISBN: 142680363X
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 288
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Special agent Maggie Fitzgerald has her mission. Go deep undercover as reclusive journalist Caleb Gomez's cleaning woman. Then swipe his intel on infamous crime lord Benny Delgado. Unfortunately Caleb is much more, well, everything than Maggie bargained for and she's this close to letting down her guard and revealing all.— But how long can she lie to the man she's falling for? With Benny hunting for Caleb, Maggie's got to decide if coming clean with Caleb will put more than just her mission in jeopardy. It could kill any chance they have together, too.

Drugs, Guns & Lies

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Drugs, Guns & Lies

Drugs, Guns & Lies

My life as an undercover cop

  • Author: Keith Banks,Ben Smith
  • Publisher: Allen & Unwin
  • ISBN: 176087454X
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 304
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Undercover was like guerrilla warfare; to understand your enemy, you had to walk amongst them, to become them. The trick was to keep an eye on that important line between who you were and who you were pretending to be.' This is the true story of Keith Banks, one of Queensland's most decorated police officers, and his journey into the world of drugs as an undercover operative in the 1980s. In an era of corruption, often alone and with no backup, he and other undercover cops quickly learned to blend into the drug scene, smoking dope and drinking with targets, buying drugs and then having dealers arrested. Very quickly, the lines between his identity as a police officer and the life he pretended to be part of became blurred. This is a raw and confronting story of undercover cops who all became casualties of that era, some more than others, when not everyone with a badge could be trusted.

The Judas Kiss

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The Judas Kiss

The Judas Kiss

  • Author: Michael Harris
  • Publisher: McClelland & Stewart Limited
  • ISBN: 9780771039591
  • Category: True Crime
  • Page: 472
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The story of Patrick Kelly - former RCMP undercover drug agent, suspected arsonist and fraud artist, and convicted wife murderer - is one of the most bizarre in the annals of Canadian crime, not least because Kelly maintains that his wife's fatal plunge from their luxury condo was an accident. With "The Judas Kiss" Michael Harris, Canada's top true crime writer, has written yet another rattling good page-turner about crime and Canadian justice.

Enemy of the Empire

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Enemy of the Empire

Enemy of the Empire

Life as an International Undercover IRA Activist

  • Author: Eamon McGuire
  • Publisher: The O'Brien Press
  • ISBN: 1847175155
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 312
  • View: 5307
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Written in prison in South Africa, Ireland and the United States, Enemy of the Empire was originally a device for keeping sane in a situation of extreme boredom and oppression. A trained aviation engineer, up-to-date with the latest technology, Eamon McGuire worked in countries that were extricating themselves from the bonds of empire such as Kenya and Malaysia. His mission was to keep ahead of the British army in terms of weapons and detection by procuring and designing systems. His activities forced him to go on the run, hiding in remote parts of Africa and eventually ending up in war-torn Mozambique. He was captured by the CIA in South Africa and subsequently spent several years in various prisons where he started to write what became the basis of this book.