Race Against Evil: The Secret Missions of the Interpol Agent Who Tracked the World's Most Sinister Criminals — A Real-life Drama

Race Against Evil The Secret Missions of the Interpol Agent Who Tracked the World s Most Sinister Criminals A Real life Drama David Race Bannon s missions take him from investigating the bombing of KAL flight and infiltrating prisons in Korea to the disappearance of London s most notorious child pornographer to searching

  • Title: Race Against Evil: The Secret Missions of the Interpol Agent Who Tracked the World's Most Sinister Criminals — A Real-life Drama
  • Author: David Race Bannon
  • ISBN: 9780882822310
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Hardcover
  • David Race Bannon s missions take him from investigating the bombing of KAL flight 858 and infiltrating prisons in Korea to the disappearance of London s most notorious child pornographer to searching out terrorists and criminals in the United States.

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    One Reply to “Race Against Evil: The Secret Missions of the Interpol Agent Who Tracked the World's Most Sinister Criminals — A Real-life Drama”

    1. This book is a good read. He likes to wander off and read you some of his bad poetry at times, but the rest of the book action packed. It reads like a spy novel, which makes sense because it is all fiction. Every last word (except the bad poetry I guess). He was arrested for fraud because of this. Why he couldn't have just written a novel I don't know, because the concept is fantastic and I'm sure it would have been really good. It's a good read, but it is also 100% fiction.

    2. This man started out as a Mormon missionary in Korea, and learned a martial art as a social activity. Through events beyond his control, he found himself in prison and was released to a man who was fighting child molesters and needed helpers that could defend themselves and "clean" the skell that were commiting these crimes. He had experienced being molested as a young teen. He tells his story in a very interesting way, and we get to know some of his inner conflict.

    3. An okay book about an Interpol agent whose job was to track down an execute child pornogaphers/slave traders/abusers.The writing isn't great, but the story is interesting, even if only half of it is true.

    4. I was disheartened by the fact that this autobiography was actually fictional. The book lacked character depth. I felt as if I barely knew the main character.The storyline did not flow at all, there were too many gaps in the plot.

    5. It was interesting at first but then did some researching when I was about half way through the book and found out that the author was arrested two years ago because all of his stories were false! He didn't even work for Interpol, so I stopped reading the book.

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