Winter's End - John Rickards Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141011270 / Author: John Rickards / Genre: Fiction
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by - written on 13/12/06 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Interrogation can be attempted in many different ways. If you are a fan of the movies you may have seen face dunking (Conspiracy Theory), electricity through the ears while someone talks about Michael Jackson (Three Kings), or even a knotted rope to the nethers (Casino Royale). What seems at first to be a dirty and depressing job is unlikely to be so in the real world. Interrogation is used by law enforcement everyday to break down a criminal’s story. But if you had the choice what would you rather read about – hard hitting talk or hard hitting rope? Alex Rourke is the central character of ‘Winter’s End’ and he is an ex-FBI interrogator (do you see the ... Read the complete review
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