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After joining the Phoenix Police Department in 1978, Jack Ballentine quickly rose to the top as one of the nation's most successful undercover operatives
His speciality : posing as a hit man. Ballentine led a schizophrenic life, changing assumed identities at the drop of a hat as he developed a network in the criminal underworld and was "hired" to kill business partners, spouses, or, in one case, a couple's son. In twenty-four cases, he produced a 100 percent conviction rate on murder conspiracy charges.
Murder For Hire details his most shocking assignments while also showing how he balanced his rough-and-tumble assignments with the demands of his personal life as he built a family with his new stepson. Ballentine's story is a gritty and revealing look at how law enforcement delves into the heart of the criminal world.
"Jack Ballentine is a force to be reckoned with. "Murder for Hire "delves into the seedy netherworld of murder for hire, close scrapes, and life under cover. A fascinating read."--Kerrie Droban, author of "Running with the Devil: The True Story of the ATF's Inflitration of the Hells Angels""He effectively captures the violence and degradation of underclass criminality, where the lives of drug dealers, bikers, white supremacists, prostitutes, strippers and career criminals intersect."--"Kirkus Reviews""" "A unique look at how law enforcement delves into the heart of the criminal world."--"The Arizona Law Channel""" "A fascinating close-up of the criminal world."--"Booklist""" """An undercover cop's raw voice, filled with outrage and sometimes humor, with the kind of details that can't be made up . . . A fascinating close-up of the criminal world."--"Booklist "
|The Other Side of Hell||p. 1|
|Slaying the Serpent||p. 7|
|Love Struck||p. 18|
|Abandoned by the Man||p. 30|
|Kristie and the Candy Store||p. 39|
|Gun for Hire||p. 45|
|Deadeye and the Shark||p. 61|
|Can't Run Fast Enough||p. 75|
|Four Eyes Are Better than Two||p. 81|
|The Karate Kid||p. 90|
|The Inner Circle||p. 114|
|This Was the One||p. 128|
|Ma and Pa Kettle's Revenge||p. 137|
|Coming in from the Outside||p. 146|
|A Massage to Die For||p. 158|
|The Scar Face Chase||p. 176|
|Just Like a Kid in a Candy Store||p. 191|
|Lost in Nightmares||p. 217|
|Waiting a Lifetime for You||p. 233|
|Time for a Change of Scenery||p. 250|
|Wayne's Strange, Twisted World||p. 259|
|Regrets? I Have One||p. 278|
|Finally, Home Again||p. 285|
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Number Of Pages: 300
Published: 15th February 2011
Publisher: Griffin Publishing
Dimensions (cm): 21.0 x 14.0 x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.286