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Wednesday, July 5, 2023

Author Releases Memoir About Being the Last Black Undercover Narc in America

Bobby R. White, author of Last Black Undercover Narc in America

Nationwide — Meet Bobby R. White, the author of a new book entitled The Last Black Undercover Narc in America, which gives readers a glimpse into the chaotic world of being an African American undercover narcotic officer.

White, a graduate of the University of Texas where he majored in Criminal Justice, holds a Master Peace Officer certificate from the Texas Law Enforcement Commission. After 25 years of service, he received academic recognition from the Texas Law Enforcement Commission upon his retirement in 2003.

His memoir, The Last Black Undercover Narc In America, published by Page Publications is the true story of his life and career. It reveals how and why 30 years ago the President of the United States, the Governor of Texas, and members of Congress thanked him for a job well done.

The book also reveals to readers why his alias, the undercover name of Ray Jay Black, was the most feared name to the drug cartel who tried to kill him, and to the crooked politicians who tried to smear his name after his investigation.

The Last Black Undercover Narc In America also reveals the national media’s hidden history of how systemic racism from friendly fire has been the main cause of death for many Black undercover cops and Black plainclothes police detectives in America.

The book is available for purchase from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple iTunes, and Google Play.

For press inquiries, contact (903) 241-0223 or whitelongview@att.net