Steven Kerry Brown began his investigative career as a special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. As a special agent and supervisory special agent he worked in Phoenix, Chicago, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
For the last 27 years he has successfully managed his own private investigative firm Millennial Investigative Agency. During this time, his clients have called upon his expertise for every conceivable investigative need—from simple pre-employment background checks to sophisticated white-collar thefts, from murders disguised as suicides to the returning of parentally abducted children from foreign lands, and environmental contamination cases.
He authored The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Private Investigating, non-fiction magazine articles on gambling, and has appeared in the local and national press. In his early writing days, in college, he penned articles based on his interviews of Jefferson Starship, and Peter, Paul, and Mary.
Steve also is an avid sailor, has held a one hundred ton U.S. Coast Guard Captain’s license, sailed throughout the Caribbean, and spent two years as captain of a sixty-foot ketch running sailing charters in the Bahamas.
He has also authored two not yet published novels that his agent, Judith Buckner, is still shopping and is hard at work on a true crime book based on one of his cases.