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Daniel B. Young is a retired private investigator. He is also an ex-teenage gang leader, Vietnam-era Navy sailor, steel mill laborer, overhead crane operator, and a computer programmer. He has worked for detective agencies as a security officer, executive bodyguard, and undercover operative. After 10 years of experience, he pursued and was granted an Indiana State license as a private investigator, a position he held for the next 10 years. In his 20-year security and investigative career he made 367 felony arrests and retrieved seven fugitives [on behalf of the victims; he is not a fan of bounty hunting]. He has had short fiction published online in "The Murder Hole," "Without a Clue," "Nefarious: Tales of Mystery," "Mysterical-E," and "Quantum Muse."