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Who The F*ck Am I? - Steve Regan Undercover Cop Thrillers #1 - cover

Who The F*ck Am I? - Steve Regan Undercover Cop Thrillers #1

Stephen Bentley

Publisher: Stephen Bentley

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Based on a true story and inspired by the author's real-life undercover days and bestselling memoir, his debut crime fiction story brings to life Steve Regan, a laid-back badass undercover cop in the Steve Regan Undercover Cop trilogy. 
  
The title of Book One in the series is a nod to identity confusion often experienced by cops who are deep undercover. 
As Regan goes deep undercover, he starts to have problems separating reality from fiction. He works in a world of duplicity leading to the ultimate question: How does Regan know people are who they say they are? 
Tempted by the riches of drug smuggling so he can help a loved one, Regan wonders whether he can go 'rogue' and cross the line. 
Regan infiltrates a South American cartel headed up by a Miami-based Mob-connected drug lord. Becoming involved in a million-dollar cocaine deal escalates the dangers of working undercover. 
On his return to the United Kingdom from Miami, Regan discovers a plot to kill a leading barrister. Is this linked to the Mob and drug cartel? 
Faced with a race against time through London to prevent the barrister's murder, Regan is confronted by more questions and threats to his life. Just how far will the Mob go to protect its interests? You will be shocked to discover the measures these gangsters will use to stay free and out of jail. 
If you like hard-boiled crime fiction this book is for you. Original-concept crime fiction about an undercover cop written by a former undercover cop! 
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