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Trafficking, A Memoir of an Undercover Game Warden by Tony H. Latham
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Read in April, 2012

I highly recommend this book! I had a hard time putting it down because it kept my interest from the first page through the last page. If you think all game wardens do is write citations, this book will really open your eyes. I came away from it with a new found appreciation of the dangerous work game wardens do while working undercover to protect our wildlife. Mr. Latham does an excellent job in describing the unsavory criminals and their operations and the great lengths to which he and his partner had to go to bring them to justice. They spent months of their lives working on this case with the knowledge that one mistake on their part could have lead to a very bad outcome. Their success is a testimony to their bravery and persistence. -Review by Laureen Burke

This is a gripping and absorbing true story, skillfully and precisely told. If there is any one book that tells what it’s really like to be on the front lines, protecting our nation’s wildlife, this is the one. Trafficking will quickly pull you in and keep you turning the pages. I promise. You won’t be able to put it down. It’s that good. -Ron Watters of The Outdoor Guide to Litature
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