Honeytraps & Sexpionage by Richard Martinez
Confessions of a Private Investigator

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Spy phones, surveillance cameras, how to catch a cheater and how to not get caught—the tricks of the detective trade revealed Honeytraps, spy phones, sexpionage, and integrity testing—Richard Martinez uses it all in his private detective business, and he reveals his surveillance secrets in this compelling book. It's not just about catching cheaters and stalking stalkers—Martinez also helps parents who want to know if their teenagers have joined gangs and women in fear for their lives if they leave abusive husbands. Often dramatic but sometimes hilarious, these true stories of a P.I.'s experiences offer insights into a morally dubious society and controversial truth-finding services.
 

About Richard Martinez

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Richard Martinez is a former RAF officer and the proprietor of a private detective agency. He speaks regularly internationally about honeytrapping and the private detective world.
 
Published October 1, 2011 by Summersdale. 320 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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