PODCAST: Dr. Carlos Show, Episode #8: Intense Undercover Stories with Stephen Metelsky

Dr. Carlos VAZQUEZ Podcast Interview – March 12, 2021

LINK to the Full PODCAST Interview:


“They are fascinating stories [in Undercover].”

Dr. Carlos VAZQUEZ

COPFATHER PODCAST: Episode #14: Undercover Operators Should Be The Ones Winning Oscars

Podcast Interview with Craig BROMELL – April 1, 2021

To access the COPFATHER PODCASTS click the above photo for the direct link.

“A very exciting book with some great stories.”


BEHIND THE CRIMES: How undercover police work put an end to Para-Dice Riders

Story by: Melanie HENNESSEY – April 22, 2021 [Inside Halton]

Story by Inside Halton Reporter: Melanie HENNESSEY [based on excerpt from my book #Undercover]

“It really is like casting a movie because an undercover play is one big acting job. The only difference is, you have one shot to do it.”

Stephen METELSKY [Author of Undercover]

To view/read Melanie HENNESSEY’s story via the Toronto Star – click on the above picture for the direct link.

Out of the Cold – Cold Case file #6 [Blue Line Magazine]

Nuseiba HASAN

Detective Sergeant Peter Thom, from Hamilton’s Major Crime Unit, exclusively spoke to Blue Line magazine about the disappearance of Nuseiba HASAN in 2006.

β€œThe issues we are coming across is the gap from the last time she was seen until the time it was reported.”

D-Sgt. Peter Thom

Link to my Out of the Cold column: https://www.blueline.ca/file-6-foul-play-suspected-in-hamilton-cold-case/


UNDERCOVER: Stories from the underworld of law enforcement is NOW available at AMAZON.ca & AMAZON.com [and internationally]

“Metelsky has written a chilling new book that chronicles some of the most harrowing police undercover operations in Canadian and U.S. history.”

Brad Hunter, Toronto Sun crime columnist

To OrderUNDERCOVER” in Canada click below:


To Order UNDERCOVER” in the United States click below:


Reviews of UNDERCOVER:

“This is a fascinating book.”

Annette Hamm, CH Morning Live [CHCH] news anchor, Hamilton, ON.

“Undercover is excellent. Once you start, it’s impossible to put down.”

Cal Millar, award-winning Toronto Star crime writer and author

“Fascinating. You get an inside look and inside information.”

Alex Pierson, award-winning journalist and Global News radio host [On Point], AM 640, 900 CHML and AM 980 News [Toronto, ON.]

β€œThe introduction to your story was so fascinating. True stories that will blow your mind. I sense a Netflix series here because I would watch that docuseries for sure.”

Simi Sara, Global News radio host of ‘Mornings with Simi’ on 980 CKNW [Vancouver, B.C.]

β€œSo skillfully and articulately written, this book will transport the reader inside the undercover operations, allowing them to feel as if they were in that moment themselves. Undercover is an absolute fantastic read.”

BLUE LINE Magazine [book review of Undercover]


Undercover is a vivid collection of the harrowing journeys of covert operators who ventured into a dark underworld to infiltrate the most dangerous criminals lurking within.  Their death defying experiences will give the reader a front row seat to stories rarely shared by those involved in one of the most volatile occupations.

A vast array of criminal genres are documented, ranging from the hunt to kill cartel leader Pablo Escobar, homicides and murder for hire, Canadian mobster Vito Rizzuto, the infiltration of biker gangs and traditional organized crime, the FBI’s operation Donnie Brasco, surreptitious installation of listening devices, New York mob boss Paul Castellano, biker clubhouses, the Gambino crime family, bombs and terror plots, crack houses, near-death experiences, drug and gun trafficking, to taking down psychopathic hitman Richard β€œThe Iceman” Kuklinski – and more.

Through interviews with operatives from the United States and Canada, the author has documented the most adrenaline-inducing accounts in Undercover of the men and women immersed in a world riddled with deception, murder, and mayhem.

Out of the Cold – Cold Case file #5 [Blue Line Magazine]

How the Toronto Police Cold Case Unit used genetic genealogy to solve the 1984 murder of Christine Jessop. My exclusive interview with A-Det. Sgt. Steve Smith [Toronto Police Cold Case squad] for the January 2021 Out of the Cold column in Blue Line magazine. Link below:


“These cases have never been forgotten.”

A-Detective-Sergeant Steve Smith, Toronto Cold Case Unit

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