Who The F*ck Am I? is the title of Steve Regan Undercover Cop Series Book One. The title may be controversial or even distasteful to some but it is the theme of the story so I make no apology.
If people are put off by the title, it’s just as well because the book does contain some violence and a sexual assault scene. The theme highlighted by the title is one of identity confusion.
Identity confusion is common among undercover agents who act as infiltrators living a double life, living a lie. I know. I was one.
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The paperback will be available on October 31, 2017, the same day as the eBook formats are released.
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The following is the blurb from Who The F*ck Am I? –
This surely has to be a first! Crime fiction about an undercover cop written by a former undercover cop!
From a UK bestselling author, Stephen Bentley, comes a fictional undercover cop, Steve Regan, following on the success of his true crime undercover cop memoir ‘Undercover: Operation Julie – The Inside Story.’
Steve Regan, undercover detective, is tempted by the riches of drug smuggling so he can be free of debt, police bureaucracy, and help a loved one. He wonders whether he can go ‘rogue’ and cross the line.
Regan gets involved in one deal with a Miami-based drug lord. But is everyone who they say they are?
Short, fast-paced, high-impact entertainment, from an author who knows how to suck you into a story.
If you have been following the story behind this book, you may wonder what happened to the illustration of my protagonist, Steve Regan.
A talented author friend of mine painted it for me. We were both enthused about the end result as it captured Regan and his 1976 Triumph Bonneville perfectly.
It was sad when I reluctantly decided, with feedback from others I respect, that it really was not suitable for a book cover in the crime fiction genre.
All is not lost! Kelly, the artist, has mailed it to me. It will take pride of place in my living room. Thank you, Kelly.
Please take a few moments to read my review of Kelly’s beautiful book about a special-needs dog.