Former Homeland Security Investigations special agent exposes the horrors of sexual exploitation of children in career memoir “Hunter of the Damned” by Kevin J. Laws ISBN: 978-1-68515-925-2 Publication Date: Available now on Amazon Few jobs are more gut-wrenching than investigating crimes involving the sexual exploitation of children. The desire to protect and fight for children emboldened Kevin J. Laws to fight to protect the most vulnerable in society. Laws was a special agent with Homeland Security Investigations, investigating child sex crimes for nearly twenty years, a decade of which were spent as an undercover agent. While his work online resulted in the conviction of over sixty criminals, Laws continues to educate law enforcement and civilians on his career findings, and his new memoir shines a spotlight on the underbelly of society. In “Hunter of the Damned,” Laws recounts his days working as an undercover agent in Internet chat rooms and recounts his email exchanges and chat sessions with predators, uncovering horror after horror. Offering a rare look into the investigatory process of child sexual exploitation cases, Laws seeks to combat the pervasiveness of child sexual exploitation by raising awareness and by providing a valuable resource for fellow investigators. “While exposing the heinous nature of child sex crimes, I hope to educate readers on predatory behaviors and provide insight on the perpetrators of child sex crimes, particularly for those who are investigating these types of crimes,” Laws said.