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Police undercover: The true story of the biker, the mafia & the mountie [Paperback]

Mark G Murphy
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1999
Author Mark G. Murphy's new book Police Undercover is the true story of his part in investigations or organized crime, covering criminal activities which eventually led to the brutal murder of Mafia leader Paul Volpe. In this book Murphy chronicles the actions of former Satan's Choice biker, Cecil Kirby, who has been described as the best police informant ever to surface. Police Undercover is a gripping account of biker enforcement, Mafia ruthlessness, and bureaucratic bungling that took a tragic toll on a good cop.

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An incredible job..every legislator, reporter, police officer and criminal should read this book! -- Jim Dubro, former president of Crime Writers of Canada and author of Mob Rule, October 1998

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Mark Murphy has written a first class true crime thriller. His straight talking style makes the reader feel like they are right on the scene with him as investigates organized crime. Ten weeks on the Toronto Star best-seller list prove his ability to write a book that is hard to put down. Mark's book is a testimonial to human perseverance.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I normally don't read books of this nature, but I found this one of the most captivating and suspensful books I've ever read. Mark Murphy takes the reader on a journey with the inside life an R.C.M.P. officer focusing on one main goal - "putting bad guys in jail". He offers a chronological account of his dealings with an ex-Satan's Choice biker so that the reader is quickly flipping pages to find out what will happen in the next day, hour, and even minute. This book provides a surprising insight to R.C.M.P. life - painting a vivid picture of what risks actually go along with the job. It was very easy to read, although it was difficult to keep all the names straight. The thing I liked most of all was that each sentence was very personal and straighforward without imagery or fancy words to get the point across. This is definitely a job well done!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An unbelievable inside look at an R.C.M.P. investigation Oct. 18 2000
By Paula Affleck - Published on Amazon.com
I normally don't read books of this nature, but I found this one of the most captivating and suspensful books I've ever read. Mark Murphy takes the reader on a journey with the inside life an R.C.M.P. officer focusing on one main goal - "putting bad guys in jail". He offers a chronological account of his dealings with an ex-Satan's Choice biker so that the reader is quickly flipping pages to find out what will happen in the next day, hour, and even minute. This book provides a surprising insight to R.C.M.P. life - painting a vivid picture of what risks actually go along with the job. It was very easy to read, although it was difficult to keep all the names straight. The thing I liked most of all was that each sentence was very personal and straighforward without imagery or fancy words to get the point across. This is definitely a job well done!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Boring Oct. 19 2008
By F. Berrier - Published on Amazon.com
I found this book to be very boring in spots. It took forever to get to the point. Kept repeating over and over.
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