Book Review: Dangerous Fieldwork

Those of you who stalk me are my friends on LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter may have noticed that the ‘work’ part of my profile has recently been updated. Nowadays I’m not just working at Unruly (which continues to be awesome); I’ve also set up on my own. An investigation agency, specialising in internet crime: GDC Investigations.  

As part of my training to be a private investigator, an exciting-looking book landed on my desk: Dangerous Fieldwork by Raymond Lee. 

More after the jump

It’s brilliant. Definitely worth reading for anyone who’s training to be a private investigator, even though it’s actually targeted towards sociologists working in high-risk environments. To be honest, it’s probably not a bad idea to read it if you just want to get a better idea of how to stay safe in life generally, though it could very well make you a bit paranoid if you’re at all that way inclined. 

Still, you know what they say: just because you’re paranoid, it doesn’t mean they’re not after you… 

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