Fruit right from the vine, I love this kind of stuff. Michael Tabman lived through all this; it was his job for 25 years. No research had to be done for the project; we are getting first-hand knowledge and experience with this series. Each installment for this new digital short story series is sent to the FBI for a once over so no sensitive information is released that may jeopardize any current investigations or to make tactics known that should not be.
Basically, as the reader, once we open this up on the e-reader we are stepping right into a real situation and universe. We are thrust and catapulted at warp speed into what it is like to be in on a take down and drug bust. We are right there on the inside, looking at it through Michael Tabman’s eyes, getting that visceral feeling for what type of tension, apprehension, and adrenaline these agents must feel. For me that is a bargain at any price, but for $.99 I don’t think a reader can ask for much more. Okay, maybe Volume two to take the ride again, it was worth the price of admission.
Here is more on Michael Tabman and “Bad Intent Volume One”:
An FBI Agent. A New York City Detective. Cocaine flooding the streets. Colombian Cartels in control.
The Mob has been cut out. Someone must be killed. Everybody has a motive. Nobody can be trusted.
Born and raised in New York City, Michael served as a police officer with the Fairfax County VA police department on patrol, in plain clothes and as hostage negotiator on the SWAT Team, before joining the FBI. Michael, a 24 year FBI veteran, investigated crimes ranging from white collar to bank robberies, organized crime, drug trafficking and money laundering. He rose through the ranks reaching the level of Special Agent in Charge. His professional travels took him to Israel, Russia, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. He has been interviewed and quoted on national and local media on matters ranging from workplace violence to fraud and street crimes.
Michael is the author of two books, Walking the Corporate Beat: Police School for Business People and crime novel, Midnight Sin.
He has a Crime and Security Blog and can be followed on Twitter @MichaelTabman Please visit michaeltabman.com