I, Spy: How to Be Your Own Private Investigator

I, Spy: How to Be Your Own Private Investigator

Daniel Ribacoff Dina Santorelli / Nov 19, 2019

I Spy How to Be Your Own Private Investigator Have you ever wanted to be your own private eye Have you ever wanted to track down long lost relatives or people who ve scammed you Have you ever wanted to know if your kids really are where they say

  • Title: I, Spy: How to Be Your Own Private Investigator
  • Author: Daniel Ribacoff Dina Santorelli
  • ISBN: 9781250071354
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Have you ever wanted to be your own private eye Have you ever wanted to track down long lost relatives or people who ve scammed you Have you ever wanted to know if your kids really are where they say they are Or if your significant other is cheating on you Or how to locate assets in order to collect on a judgment In, I, Spy, World renowned private investigator Dan RibaHave you ever wanted to be your own private eye Have you ever wanted to track down long lost relatives or people who ve scammed you Have you ever wanted to know if your kids really are where they say they are Or if your significant other is cheating on you Or how to locate assets in order to collect on a judgment In, I, Spy, World renowned private investigator Dan Ribacoff will show you how With decades of experience in public safety, private investigation and credibility assessment, Dan will teach you The do s and don ts of surveillanceHow to conduct a stakeout from what to wear to what to bringHow to track down anyone anywhereHow to collect and interpret evidenceHow to tell if someone is lyingHow to utilize informantsHow to protect your home, your valuables, and your privacyHow to go off grid, for now or foreverHow to know if you re being stalkedThe fundamentals of garbage retrievalAnd much, much Learn the art of private investigation from a pro With Dan s time tested tips and stories of true crime detection straight from the gritty streets of New York City you ll be hot on the trail in no time

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    865 Comments

    1. I do not dispute any of the information in the book, many of it was very useful and interesting to learn. What I do dispute is the way it was written.The start of the book was interesting, with some stories background and information integrated in it, but somewhere in the 1/3 of it, it went total shit. I felt like I was reading a paranoid rednecks conspiracy theories in the internet because write and publish is all he could do without leaving his home. Some stories just begged for a bullsh*t whi [...]


    2. The subject matter really interests me but i had to abandon the book at 60% of progress. It was torturing me. I perceived the author as a cynical person with no gift for story telling, humour or any other assets to justify readers' attention. I will wait for others to try to come up with an enjoyable non-fiction on this topic


    3. I grew up reading Nancy Drew, Sherlock Holmes, Ghost Writer, and Encyclopedia Brown and still enjoy fictional sleuths like Harry Dresden, Reacher, and not so fictional but dramatized ID Discovery. This book is right up that alley but way more useful in everyday life. I, Spy contains on point info for keeping your home safe, avoiding identity thieves, tracking down old high school buddies, busting unfaithful spouses, small businesses proving employee theft, and catching your kid taking drugs and [...]


    4. This was very well written, very informative. A must-read for any wannabe crime writers. Includes a lot of common-sense stuff about security and self-defense, and also lesser-known details about surveillance and investigation. Includes case studies, resources, and is generally useful for anyone interested in being more aware of their surroundings, and more capable of looking after their own interests.


    5. Hands down one of the best non-fiction books I've ever read. I wasn't bored like the traditional informational books. Dan is a great writer and I hope he has another book because I will definitely read that one too.



    6. About a third of this book has interesting information about private investigation. The rest is kind of fluff — a lot of lengthy explanations of basic concepts (search engines, social media, etc.) and then kind of tangential content related to "personal protection" (like a recommendation to get flood insurance).


    7. Not that great of a book. True, it does tell you all you need to know to become a private investigator, but honestly, after having listened to this whole book, most of that information is common sense. There are some useful bits of novel information here and there, but that's about it.Oh, and this book will probably indirectly piss you off, because it lets you know just how easy it is for someone to spy on you both legally and illegally. Knowing the details made me pretty mad


    8. Hokay, let me say up front that I had no idea who Steve Wilkos was before picking up this book. I had to look him up. He has a show, apparently, based on being the bald guy on Jerry Springer. I can't for the life of me imagine why anyone would care about such a thing, but apparently the author of this little "how to" book works with the guy and it's the closest thing he has to a claim to fame, so you'll read about it in this text.At the very least, I can say I cut my investigative chops on that [...]


    9. This is an short, enjoyable but very practical book on issues such as investigation, surveillance, security. Most people do not have a good awareness of thier surrounding. If they are followed by someone on the streets, it's unlikely they know it. You can test it yourself. What surprised me is that private investigator must obey the laws strictly to avoid physical harm for both him/herself and the subjects. It is acceptable for using white lie to find out the truth as long as no laws being viola [...]


    10. I received a copy of this book for free through Giveaways.I, Spy is a decent book with a lot of useful information. I always want to learn how to better keep myself safe, and this book has some good tips for that.The book covers a wide range of topics and offers a lot of information, but only gets into the basics on each subject. I didn’t become an expert reading it, but I learned some practical tips that I can, and do, put to use.Some of the situations weren’t relevant to me, but still int [...]


    11. Reading this book made me feel as if everyone around me is a criminal. I had that Trust No One feel to it! Good book if you are a criminal wanting to avoid the honest side of the world. Suitable for film noir lovers or those addicted to criminal shows on TV. Though interesting to know the tricks of the trade and hopeless enough to not make it to the FBI. Time to read something more peaceful and halt the paranoia.


    12. I-Spy is a gumshoe guide for the 21st century. It is also a good primer on protecting one's self from a potential invasion of privacy, as well as unearthing information on potential business and personal partners. Of great use are the resources for how to avoid being scammed/abused in today's tech-savvy society.


    13. I received this book via Giveaways. I love watching shows about how crimes are solved, so reading this book gave me some deeper understanding into what kind of knowledge the detectives must have to move forward. Very interesting and good info.


    14. An informative, practical book on spying, self defense, theft and more. Highly recommended even if you don't want to become a spy. (but i I must say I am interested now) I listened to the audiobook and the narrator certainly added to the fun.



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