Wired by the F.B.I.

There are a lot of things very interesting in this story.

About The Book

Christian Romano lives his life as a con-artist, burglar, drug dealer, and a ladies’ man, using his good looks to con wealthy women out of jewels and money.

When he is arrested and jailed in one of the most violent jails in the U.S. (Cook County in Chicago), a steamy affair begins with a nympho female jail guard. When he loses control of the romance, Christian must end the affair by reporting her to Internal Affairs. It turns out that she is already under suspicion for supplying drugs to various gang members inside the jail. He has to decide if he is “rogue” enough to help set her up for arrest.

Meanwhile, the FBI wants to recruit Christian to gather information against a sadist ex-cop, Scott Mason, who has been arrested for murder. The risk? Christian must wear a wire and testify. The reward? Witness protection for Christian and his girlfriend and a modification of his prison sentence.

Will Christian risk his life for a chance at freedom? Will the female sheriff “get even” with him? Or will his life end at the hands of the jail’s drug lords or a lunatic former cop?

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” There are a lot of things very interesting in this story. “

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” A gritty book about Tommy Dye, his life from criminal to FBI informant. “

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Glenn Painter

About the Author

Glenn Painter is single and lives in Central Florida. He became interested in writing at an early age but did not make it his career until 2014 when he published his first book, Beyond the Sentence.After completing Wired, he started work on his second and third sequel books, Wired II and Wired III.Glenn has written this story from notes by the man who actually lived it. However, extensive research was also required in order to make these stories factual. You can visit his website at gapainter.com, which he keeps updated with information including book signings, photographs, trailer and contact information.Glenn has also founded a company, Prisoner Civil Rights Services. He is an advocate for incarcerated individuals who have had their rights violated. He is in constant contact with these individuals, their families and counsel. Most of his stories are inspired by “factual” events that have happened to these incarcerated individuals. This makes his stories both fiction and nonfiction.Glenn says that writing is very challenging and you must love the trials and tribulations that come with it. He believes that patience, perseverance and determination are required essentials to see a book through to being published. The journey is just as important as the destination.

Wired by the F.B.I.

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