This hallmark work takes an in-depth look at the activities indicative of marital infidelity and their effect upon families and individuals. The author, a private detective with three decades of experience in investigating adultery, provides informed and compassionate advice and counseling for those concerned about their spouse's devotion.
Adultery: Facing its Reality details practical methods for discovering and dealing with adultery. This volume will serve as an important resource for concerned husbands and wives as well as counseling and relationship professionals.
About the Author:
Since 1969, William F. Mitchell, Jr., solved challenging civil, criminal and domestic cases throughout the U.S. He successfullly served as security manager with GE and RCA, protecting our "nations' secrets." Mr. Mitchell cracked the FBI's first major computer crime in 1976 and was heralded in Time Magazine. He emanates from a family of private investigators and successful business entrepreneurs.
Mr. Mitchell, President of Mitchell Reports Investigations, has practiced in Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington, D.C., striving for the truth, testifying, counseling clients and bringing closure to thousands in the midst of the adultery crisis. His work as an investigator and courtroom testimony has led to countless favorable legal decisions and out-of-court settlements.
Mr. Mitchell is a graduate of Mt. St. Mary's College with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. He holds numerous certifications from the Department of Defense in security education. He is a certified examiner in lie detection through Dektor Counterintelligence.
Mr. Mitchell is a member of The National Association of Investigative Specialists (NAIS) and Associated Licensed Detectives of New York State, Inc. (ALDONYS)
Facing Its Reality
By William F. Mitchell Jr.
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