A PRIVATE eye from Burnley is letting the public look into her bizarre world of work by releasing her first book.
Rebecca Jane, who founded The Lady Detective Agency, has landed a deal with top publisher Harper Collins.
Now Rebecca, whose job means she has to keep a keen eye out for those with a roving eye, is lifting the lid on her titillating tales.
The Lady Detective Agency has experienced great success over the past couple of years in various forms of private investigation throughout the UK and overseas.
The speciality of the agency is to catch cheating partners, investigate child maintenance fraud, find missing people, long lost loves and honey trapping.
Rebecca (27) has recounted those seedy stories in “Tales From The Real Lady Detective Agency”.
She said: “The first chapter opens with the reasons why I started the agency, which was entirely through my own personal circumstances. I had a few experiences of infidelity, and knew there was a very clear gap in the market. I’ve been very open and honest about the reasons, ranging from my divorce to my own infidelity, which is something I’ve never previously mentioned within the media.
“It’s been a lot like writing a diary for me, although I’ve forgotten the fact thousands of people will be reading it!”
Rebecca has previously appeared on ITV1’s This Morning and even in Sweden on Europe’s third biggest chat show “Skavlan” where previous guests have included Cheryl Cole, Al Gore and Will Smith.
The agency has a franchise scheme in place, to see a Lady Detective Agency branch opening in countries all over the world, the first of which looks set to open in Stockholm.
Rebecca added: “There are happy stories as well. We find people’s long lost loves and bring to justice the people who are avoiding to pay child maintenance.
“We also always offer to place clients with free after care counselling services, because no matter what their reason for picking up the phone to a private investigator, it’s never a good one.”
“Tales from the Real Lady Detective Agency” will be in stores in the spring of next year.