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by John Pascucci

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"I was a fugitive investigator, a manhunter. I was chief of International Operations for the United States Marshals Service. My job was to track down the most evil people on earth: terrorists, killers, spies, Nazis, neo-Nazis, and psychopaths. I was better at [it] than anyone else in the federal government--in part because I made myself think like the people I was tracking. That was part of the price I paid.... And now I want some payback. Even if that payback is just your attention. So let me tell my story."

John Pascucci is a man's man: large, muscular, trash-talkin', full of attitude, and always primed for action. He drives a souped-up fire-apple red 1960 Corvette convertible, guzzles his caffeine from an endless series of Cokes, and displays a child's sense of humor in both sick pranks and harmless stunts (once he uses "Porgy Tirebiter," a name from a Firesign Theater skit, as an alias). He's a lover of extremes. He condemns himself almost much as he brags about himself. He's impressive, annoying, endearing, not very admirable (despite all his righteousness), and a heck of a lot of fun to listen to.

John Pascucci's book, The Manhunter, is just like him. Take them both with a grain of salt. --Fiona Webster

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:53 -0400)

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