FBI agents encourage author to document lifetime of criminal experiences

Brian J. Chase describes his novel “Air Pirates” as a travelogue through the world of crime
(PR NewsChannel) / February 8, 2012 / WARREN, Mich. 

Air Pirates

"Air Pirates" by Brian J. Chase

“Air Pirates” (ISBN 1467919535) by Brian J. Chase showcases adventures in his life through different characters and adventures. Chase gathers his inspiration for writing his novel from two FBI agents who ironically encouraged him to write a book stemming from his life of crime after they worked on one of his cases.

Chase served 15 years in prison for the crimes he writes about in his book, ranging from drug smuggling, theft and exportation of stolen aircraft to murder. He claims that his life took a turn for the abnormal after the ninth grade, when he was sexually assaulted by a Catholic priest who was his counselor at the high school he attended in Michigan. He reveals that FBI agents believe that together they made history as a result of his crimes and several failed assassination attempts on him.

He takes readers on a journey across the world of crime, visiting Amazonia in the middle of the Colombian civil war, and trekking through other countries as well, to show how individuals smuggle drugs into the United States. His book exposes the lies he says are perpetrated by governments in the war on drugs. He also explores the death of cocaine kingpin and leader of the Medellin cartel Pablo Escobar who the U.S. government claimed they had killed in 1993. When interviewed by agents from both the Department of Justice and the CIA over this issue in 1997, they were allowed to ask Chase just one ‘yes or no’ question according to the agreement given by his attorneys. The question was simple, to the point and Chase quoted it word for word: “Is Pablo Escobar still alive?”

“It’s an exploration into the depths of the cocaine trade, and how it controls and corrupts governments and law enforcement agencies, even our own,” Chase says. “It is also a love story of soul mates trying to survive in that very dangerous business.”

Although his book is fiction, it’s based off of actual events in his life. This is his first book in a series of at least six, with four more waiting in a finalized rough draft.

“Air Pirates” is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels.

About the Author: Brian J. Chase was the son of a policeman, came from a good family and lived a life of crime for 30 years before being forced into retirement by several federal law enforcement agencies. While serving his 15-year prison sentence, Chase won the 2006 Pen American Prison Writing Contest, listed in the 2007 Schott’s Almanac.  

Brian J. Chase
Email:              Phone:             (586) 447-6782




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