Synopses & Reviews
The most grueling missions. The most dangerous criminals. The ultimate insider.
Bank robbers. Pimps. Wise guys. Murderers...Today's FBI street agents face a never-ending parade of violence and chaos perpetuated by society's most dangerous and sometimes most demented felons. In this action-packed confession of an FBI man, Phil Kerby takes us on a white-knuckle ride through a career that pitted him against militia bombers and black militants, against hardened, hardcore kidnappers, coed hookers, biker drug dealers, bank robbers on the lam, and much, much more.
Here are hostage standoffs and cat-and-mouse games with the Mob. Here are nerve-shattering armed confrontations and heart-wrenching searches for missing people-or dead bodies. And here is the courage, skill, and grit of a few good men trying to fight America's dirtiest and most dangerous war-with honor and purpose...
"A true-life look at the real FBI, focusing on the day-to-day exploits of the street agents, the backbone of the bureau." --Robert Ressler, author of I Have Lived in the Monster
and Whoever Fights Monsters
"This book is full of intriguing details...An intelligent and welcome addition." --Kirkus Reviews
Follow an actual, decorated FBI agent as he does battle with society's dark side--whether it's busting pimps, nailing a top Mafia street boss, or working against the clock to hunt down would-be bombers. Martin's Press.
About the Author
is a retired FBI agent who lives in Saginaw, Michigan, where he is a principal in public accounting firm and president of a private investigation and consulting firm.