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The Gangbuster To Catch a Gangster You Have to Live Like OneFour million uid There it was inches away from me on a hotel table Not in conventional currency but in the worlds deadliest commodity HeroinAs part of Scotland Yards undercover team it was Peter Bleksleys job to infiltrate some of the capitals most dangerous gangs and bring them down For ten years he went deeper into the criminal underworld than any cop had before himMeeting with dealers gangland leaders and members of the IRA and the Mafia he lived the life of the Great Pretender constantly changing his identity to ensure his cover was never blownWhilst undeniably thrilling work at times it came at a heavy price Thesuccessful he was at bringing criminals to justice the longer the list of those who wanted revenge became Even now Peter looks over his shoulder in case someone should wish to act on an old threatIn The Gangbuster Bleksley draws us into the world of drugs violence and covert operations he inhabited for so long in the pursuit of justiceNow a renowned policing and crime expert seen on the BBC and as the Chief on Channel 4s Hunted Peter Bleksley reputation still precedes him the world over Easy to read straightforward snappy book that skims across Peter Bleksley's Blex life and work as a police officer and later as an undercover officer within the London Metropolitan police force's SO10 undercover operations unit as described by himselfBlex's undercover operations mostly revolve around infiltrating drugs gangs with the idea of catching them in the act before arresting them The operations he describes are pretty similar get an informant to make an introduction gain the trust andor motivate the greed of the drug dealers and then just as the deal has taken place bring the drug dealers down catching them in the actBlex's role reuires an ability to think and act like a drug dealer often researching his roles and learning about the drugs he has to pretend to purchase and it is this that makes him successful at his job He recalls operations not just from his undercover work relating to a varied scope of the criminal underworld from lesbian sadomasochists to members of the Italian mafia and the many dangers and enjoyment that he has had whilst working as a police officerWhen reading the book Blex comes across as an 'old school' police officer He doesn't like informants but recognises that they are necessary in his job He acknowledges racism and corruption within the police force but he doesn't really go into too many details about itThis is a good read one for sitting on the beach or by the pool or on a train when we can eventually do these things again It's not too detailed or particularly heavy going It just breezes through Blex's life and thoughts about being a detective and an undercover officer without any strainLike I imagine Blex to be this book is straightforward to the point and doesn't mess about If you enjoy reading about police undercover operations British crime and gangsters then you'll probably enjoy this as it is what you'd expect from this type of book All in all a good lightweight read

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Download mobi ↠ The Gangbuster To Catch a Gangster ´ Peter Bleksley ò [Reading] ➷ The Gangbuster - To Catch a Gangster, You Have to Live Like One Author Peter Bleksley – Danpashley.co.uk Four million uid There it was inches away from me on a hotel table Not in conventional currency butFour million uid There it was inches away from me on a hotel table Not in conventional currency but in the worlds deadliest commodity HeroinAs part of Scotland Yards undercover team it was Peter Bleksleys job to infiltrate some of the capitals most dangerous gangs and bring them down For ten years he went deeper into the criminal underworld than any cop had before himMeeting with dealers gangland leaders and members of the IRA and the Mafia he lived the life of the Great Pretender constantly changing his identity to ensure his cover was never blownWhilst undeniably thrilling work at times it came at a heavy price Thesuccessful he was at bringing criminals to justice the longer the list of those who wanted revenge became Even now Peter looks over his shoulder in case someone should wish to act on an old threatIn The Gangbuster Bleksley draws us into the world of drugs violence and covert operations he inhabited for so long in the pursuit of justiceNow a renowned policing and crime expert seen on the BBC and as the Chief on Channel 4s Hunted Peter Bleksley reputation still precedes him the world over A bit over hyped at times and you can tell the author really does love himself and think he's hardHis love for his pony tail If he said it once he said it a thousand timesHaving said this overall a good read for what must have been a truly difficult and very dangerous job

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Four million uid There it was inches away from me on a hotel table Not in conventional currency but in the worlds deadliest commodity HeroinAs part of Scotland Yards undercover team it was Peter Bleksleys job to infiltrate some of the capitals most dangerous gangs and bring them down For ten years he went deeper into the criminal underworld than any cop had before himMeeting with dealers gangland leaders and members of the IRA and the Mafia he lived the life of the Great Pretender constantly changing his identity to ensure his cover was never blownWhilst undeniably thrilling work at times it came at a heavy price Thesuccessful he was at bringing criminals to justice the longer the list of those who wanted revenge became Even now Peter looks over his shoulder in case someone should wish to act on an old threatIn The Gangbuster Bleksley draws us into the world of drugs violence and covert operations he inhabited for so long in the pursuit of justiceNow a renowned policing and crime expert seen on the BBC and as the Chief on Channel 4s Hunted Peter Bleksley reputation still precedes him the world over Alright as a light read if you take everything with a pinch of salt Typical for books of this genre not very well written and very self indulgent usual story if it wasn’t for the author everything would have gone wrong bla bla bla