By Scott Fulmer
At the age of eight, I discovered The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and a popular children’s book series called The Three Investigators. They were hidden on the dusty shelves of my elementary school library. To say I was hooked would be an understatement. From then on, I wanted to be a private investigator.
Fast forward to 2018, and I’ve spent about the last thirty years of my life working as a private eye. In late 2016 I finally put pen to paper and began to write about my experiences and many of my more interesting cases. It took a little over a year, but my efforts resulted in a new true-crime memoir entitled, Confessions of a Private Eye: My Thirty Years Investigating Cheaters, Frauds, Missing Persons and Crooks. It is now available on Amazon.com.
Throughout the 256 pages and seventeen chapters of this trade paperback book, I describe how I became a private investigator, some tricks of the trade, and the mistakes I’ve made along the way. In Confessions of a Private Eye, you’ll find a stirring narrative and real-life cases mixed with humor and the stark reality of the curious ways people hurt the ones they love. Cases such as The …read more
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