Ronnie Howard was a drug dealer, a hitman, a hustler, a bouncer, a thief and a conman. He was very nearly a pimp. Ronnie was also a copper whose undercover work led to some of the biggest drugs hauls the UK has ever seen. His infiltration of a paedophile network helped avert kidnap and murder while his work on the beat earned him a reputation as one of the UK's toughest policemen. No one was safe when Ronnie was around. Criminals feared him and so did his fellow officers. Ronnie's Looking for Trouble reveals the true story of one man's battle against crime and an increasingly corrupt law-enforcement service. It is the account of a man who was afraid of nothing and no one. For where there was trouble, there was glory. And Ronnie found plenty of both.
Ronnie Howard spent over 20 years in the police force, 15 of those undercover. He has a wall full of commendations and a backyard full of enemies. Ronnie has now resigned from the force and divides his time between England and France. Tim Fennell is a journalist who has 15 years' experience of writing and editing for consumer magazines. His work has appeared in many publications, including Arena, FHM, Esquire, Maxim, Marie Claire, Elle, Empire and Q. He has also worked as a freelance editorial consultant for the Radio Times and the Sunday Times amongst others.