Books writting by FBI agents
100 Outlaws, Gangsters and Lawmen of Oklahoma
by: Daniel Anderson and Laurence Yadon


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A historical review of gangsters, outlaws and misfits who came through Oklahoma from 1839 to 1939, including such misfits as Billy the Kid, Bonnie and Clyde, Machine Gun Kelly and Pretty Boy Floyd. Also included is "Hanging" Judge Parker and other officers of the law, who, although outnumbered, tried to provide some semblance of balance to the chaos.

784 Broadway
by: James Ring


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James Ring follows his first book, terrorist-thriller Necessary Assets, with a family remembrance titled 784 Broadway. Using short stories and vignettes, Ring shares memorable childhood summers spent with his Italian immigrant great grandmother, great uncles and aunt, working the family greengrocer store in Kingston, NY. Stories also include learning about camp life, nature, hunting, fishing and community at the family camp overlooking the Ashokan Reservoir in nearby West Hurley. Ring credits his family with many positive life lessons that enhanced his 25 year career as an FBI Agent.

A G-Man's Journal
by: Oliver "Buck" Revell, Dwight Williams


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A former Assistant Director of the FBI tells of his career and the cases he was involved in, both as an investigator and a supervisor. Included are the JFK assassination, Watergate, the Iran hostage crisis, Mafia hit men and the Ku Klux Klan. Of particular interest is his personal conversations with J. Edgar Hoover.

A Guide to Identifying Terrorists Through Body Lan
by: D. Vincent Sullivan; Lillian Glass, PhD


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A well known body language expert, Dr. Lillian Glass and a former FBI Agent, D. Vincent Sullivan, former member of a Joint Terrorist Task Force, combine their knowledge and experiences in identifying terrorists through body language. Using real life scenarios and case-studies, they inform the reader as to how to identify the most dangerous people within our midst.

A Journey to the Center of the Mind, Book 1
by: James Fitzgerald


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Jim Fitzgerald recounts his experiences during the 1960s and 1970s in this sometimes funny, sometimes tragic, but always moving portrait of an FBI profiler as young man. From his first ever successful investigation at six years old, face-offs with childhood bullies, and encounters with naked-ish neighborhood interlopers; to high school and college antics, lifeguard summers, friends, including a future convicted killer "friend"; from early admiration for and later run-ins with law enforcement to his stint as store detective and ultimately his graduation from the Police Academy, Fitzgerald shares the good, the bad, and the not-so-pretty of his early life's journey.

A Painted House
by: John Grisham


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A story set in rural Arkansas in 1952 as told by Luke, a 7 year old narrator. A group of Mexicans and "hill people" have been hired to pick 80 acres of cotton. Luke's father and grandfather try to keep things calm while getting their cotton picked, but tensions develop and Luke witnesses a brutal murder.

A Season of Reckoning
by: Jack Jenkins


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The drug cartel had taken over the town of Santa Rosa on the Rio Grande in Texas. That is until Sam DeLeon came to town. DeLeon retired from a large police department in Texas and after he fell in love with a woman from Santa Rosa, he and his friends fought back. A light plane, with two million dollars worth of cocaine, landed on a narrow strip of land about 18 miles north of Santa Rosa. As the drivers of two vans went to meet the plane and the pilot disembarked, shots were fired and the three were dead. Men in black rushed the plane, unloaded the cocaine and flew the plane into Texas. Who are the good guys? Who are the bad guys? What else is on that plane?

A Simple Act of Murder
by: Mark Fuhrman


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Mark Fuhrman, former Los Angeles Detective who played a prominent role in the O. J. Simpson case, takes a close look at the evidence in the JFK assassination. His analysis uncovers a clue, hidden for more than 40 years, that determines, once and for all, who killed JFK.

A Time to Kill
by: John Grisham


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The relationship between blacks and whites is tested in the southern town of Clanton, Mississippi. Carl Lee, a black man, has killed two white men after they raped and tortured his daughter. Jake Brigance, a local attorney, fights for his client while the KKK and NAACP get involved.

A Year in Fear:A Rookie Detective's First 12 Month
by: Harold Gossett


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A woman, in her small home town, takes a shot at being a police detective. She discovers much more than she bargained for - murders, gangs, rapes, swindles and child molesters, just to name a few of her cases. She overcomes threats to herself, her mother and her FBI Agent lover, while struggling with her passion for the agent, but not without paying a price for her daring.

ABCs of Behavioral Forensics
by: Joseph W. Koletar; Sridhar Ramamoorti; Kelly Pope


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Fraud surrounds us - from Enron to Madoff to the collapse of Wall Street. Yet, we simply write it off as "greed." That is too simple an explanation. Why do nice people and rich people steal? The book explores the psychological motivations behind such behavior

Absolute Power
by: David Baldacci


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An old professional burglar, looking for one last job, enters a Virginia mansion and finds himself in a closet with a one-way mirror watching the President of the United States beat up the wife of his billionaire host for resisting his sexual advances. The Secret Service, in order to "protect" the Office of the Presidency, kills the woman, then discovers that there was a witness to the crime. Luther Whitney is now running for his life and he asks for help from Jack Graham, an up and coming DC attorney, and the former fiance of Whitney's daughter.

Advice and Consent
by: J. R. Reardon


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When those we trust betray us, where do we turn? As the President of the US searches for a nominee for a crucial swing vote on a divided Supreme Court, a wave of terrorist attacks sweep the country targeting Supreme Court Justices and members of Congress. Meanwhile, Federal Judge Rebecca Tamron tries to protect Angelica Hernandez, an innocent young girl whose life is in danger because of what she knows. How can she protect Angelica? How can she protect the lives of the country's highest officials, when her own family is in danger?

African Contract, The
by: Arthur Kerns


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CIA operative Hayden Stone is brought back into the CIA to prevent the worst of weapons from falling into the wrong hands. In the Savannahs of Namibia, a boxcar sits, locked and watched. There is no limit to how many people would die from what's inside. There is no limit to how many people would kill for it.

Agent Bishop: True Stories from an FBI Agent...
by: Mike McPheters


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When Mike McPheters got his dream job as an FBI Agent, he never thought he would also be called as a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints bishop. Follow McPheters as he recalls his adventures as an FBI Agent and inspiration as a bishop. As he fought crime with a pistol in one hand and scriptures in the other, he learned the importance of obedience in both jobs. Filled with surprises and unexpected thrills, and told with humor and ease, this book is the perfect memoir for the FBI Agent in all of us!

Air Force 2 is Down - A Ben Douglas FBI Thriller
by: Richard D. Schwein, Sr.


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AF 2, carrying the Vice President and the Secretary of Defense, is hit by a missile while on it's approach to Andrews Air Force Base. All are killed and Inspector Ben Douglas is placed in charge of this apparent terrorist attack. He learns that the security detail was sent home early and the plane diverted to a sex and gambling club on an island off the Florida coast. Douglas is teamed with a female Secret Service Agent and is working directly for the President. Posing as high rollers, he and the Secret Service Agent spend a weekend on the island and find that the VP and Secretary were there with girls from an escort service. They also determine that the target of the attack was the Secretary of Defense who was resigning to resume control of his mega billion defense conglomerate. His Board of Directors, who were stealing from the company, wanted him gone.

All Fools Down
by: Einar Joe Bohlin


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Will Bennett and Larry Thompson are roommates at the Air Force Academy although they got there through different paths. Will comes from a modest background and joined the Air Force after high school and worked his way into the Academy. Larry comes from a well-to-do family, but chose a life of evil. His father and uncle force him into the Academy to teach him some discipline. A story of discovery and deception.

American Indian Mafia
by: Joseph H. Trimbach and John M. Trimbach


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A former FBI Agent tells the truth about the courageous efforts of federal law enforcement at Wounded Knee and Pine Ridge and exposes the violence and intimidation of the American Indian Movement and Leonard Peltier.

Anatomy of Motive
by: John Douglas, Mark Olshaker


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Douglas, a former FBI Profiler, and Olshaker, a journalist, enter the mind of a serial killer and the thought processes that lead to bloodshed. Some of the cases discussed are the mass murder of 16 children in Scotland, the Atlanta child murders and Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber.

Appeal, The
by: John Grisham


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A large chemical company has been convicted of dumping toxic waste into a small town's water supply. They appeal to the Mississippi Supreme Court. Can the owner of this company "buy" his own Supreme Court Justice?

Associate, The
by: John Grisham


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Another Grisham legal thriller. Kyle McAvoy is a small town lawyer with excellent credentials. But, he has a secret, something that happened in college. When someone finds out about his past, he is forced to accept a job with a large NYC law firm - but not to practice law, but to engage in illegal activities which could put him in jail, if not get him killed.

Bad Intent #1
by: Michael Tabman


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The FBI-NYPD Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force takes on the drug cartels in New York city, as seen through the eyes of FBI Agent Bob Douglas and NYPD Detective Mark Zucarelli. This is the first of six short stories which take you through the drug wars, as fought by the cartels, the mob, the FBI and the NYPD, all fighting each other. Inspired by the author's experiences with the NYC Police Department, then as a Special Agent with the FBI, assigned to the Task Force. (Electronic format only.)

Bad Intent #2
by: Michael Tabman


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The FBI-NYPD Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force takes on the drug cartels in New York city, as seen through the eyes of FBI Agent Bob Douglas and NYPD Detective Mark Zucarelli. This is the second in the series of six short stories, which take you through the drug wars, as fought by the cartels, the mob, the FBI and the NYCPD, all fighting each other. Inspired by the authors experiences with the NY city Police Department, then as a Special Agent with the FBI, assigned to the Task Force. (Electronic format only)

Bad Intent #3
by: Michael Tabman


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The FBI-NYPD Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force takes on the drug cartels in NY city, as seen through the eyes of FBI Agent Bob Douglas and NYPD Detective Mark Zucarelli. This is the third of six stories which take you through the drug wars, as fought by the cartels, the mob, the FBI and the NYPD and sometimes with each other. Inspired by the authors experiences with the NY City Police Department, then as a Special Agent with the FBI, assigned to the task force. (Electronic format only.)

Bad Intent #4
by: Michael Tabman


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The FBI-NYPD Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force takes on the drug cartels in NYC, as seen through the eyes of FBI Agent Bob Douglas and NYPD Detective Mark Zucarelli. This is the 4th of 6 stories which take you through the drug wars, as fought by the cartels, the mob, the FBI and the NYPD and sometimes with each other. Inspired by the authors experiences with the NYC Police Department, then as an FBI Agent, assigned to the task force. (Electronic format only.)

Bad Intent #5
by: Michael Tabman


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The FBI-NYPD Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force takes on the drug cartels in NYC, as seen through the eyes of FBI Agent Bob Douglas and NYPD Detective Mark Zucarelli. This is the 5th of 6 stories which take you through the drug wars, as fought by the cartels, the mob, the FBI and the NYPD, and sometimes with each other. Inspired by the authors experiences with the NYC Police Department and as an FBI Agent assigned to the Task Force. (Electronic format only.)

Bad Intent #6
by: Michael Tabman


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The FBI-NYPD Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force takes on the drug cartels in NYC, as seen through the eyes of FBI Agent Bob Douglas and NYPD Detective Mark Zucarelli. This is the 6th of 6 stories which take you through the drug wars, as fought by the cartels, the mob, the FBI and the NYPD and sometimes with each other. Inspired by the authors experiences with the NYC Police Department, then as an FBI Agent assigned to the Task Force. (Electronic format only.)

Battle for Las Vegas: The Law vs. the Mob
by: Dennis N. Griffin


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During the 70s and 80s, the Chicago mob ran organized crime in Las Vegas, extorting funds from casinos and sending the bags of cash back to Chicago. Tony Spilotro was known as the "King of the Strip" when federal and local law enforcement declared war and vowed to clean up Las Vegas.

Benjamin Field: Ascent (Benjamin Field Trilogy 2)
by: J. J. Knights


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Jeremy Kyner, now a teenage boy, becomes the focus of his teachers animosity because of his infirmity. With the help of two dedicated school friends and an unconventional Jewish blacksmith, he takes to the sky, defeating his teachers plans to institutionalize him and forcing her to divulge her own dark secret.

Benjamin Field: Emancipation (Benjamin Field Tr..)
by: J. J. Knights


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Book Three opens as America is on the cusp of WWII. Jeremy Kyner, now a man, is barred from military service at a time when America is almost defenseless against marauding German submarines. Finally, joining a group of volunteer civilian pilots that represents the country's best hope to counter the Germans, Jeremy confronts a deadly enemy from an unexpected quarter and is offered a chance of achieving final emancipation.

Benjamin Field: Rescue (Benjamin Field Trilogy 1)
by: J. J. Knights


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A widowed farmer suffers an unspeakable loss during WW1. Burdened with grief, he learns from his nemesis, a dogmatic Catholic priest, that his son's fiance has given birth to their crippled child. Unable to cope with the child's deformity and confounded by his illegitimate birth, the farmer is battered by those closest to him with accusations of cruelty and intolerance until he finally reveals his true feelings and the reasons underlying his apparent bigotry.

Betrayal: Whitey Bulgar and the FBI Agent Who ...
by: Robert Fitzpatrick and Jon Land


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A poor kid from the slums, Robert Fitzpatrick grew up to become a stellar FBI Agent who challenged the country's deadliest gangsters. Relentless in his desire to catch, prosecute and convict Whitey Bulgar, Fitzpatrick fought the nations most determined cop-gangster battle since Melvin Purvis hunted, confronted and killed John Dillinger. In his crusade to bring Bulgar to justice, Fitzpatrick faced not only Whitey, but also corrupt FBI Agents along with political cronies and enablers from Boston to Washington who, in one way or another, blocked his efforts at every step. Even when Fitzpatrick discovered that the very organization to which he had sworn allegiance was his biggest obstacle, the agent continued to pursue Whitey and his gang knowing they were prepared to murder anyone who got in their way.

Between Heaven and Hell
by: James L. Whitmer


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This compilation of short stories, exposing the police subculture, dream interpretation and symbolism, will take the reader on a journey into the psychological underpinnings of the human mind. The primordial battle between good and evil continues on a day to day basis in the lives of those who are exposed to the various scenarios presented by the author. Sometimes what one imagines is not always what is reality. We all are, at various moments in our lives, on the edge of the abyss, wondering if there is a way out.

Beyond Cold Blood: The KBI from Ma Barker to BTK
by: Larry Welch


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Larry Welch, the 10th Director of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, gives the first history of that agency from 1939 to 2007. The bureau's earlier assignments included bank robbery, homicide, gangsters and cattle rustling. Welch reveals how KBI agents played as key role in capturing Richard Hickock and Perry Smith of "In Cold Blood" fame; also details concerning the high-profile arrests of serial killers, Francis Donald Nemechek and Dennis Rader, the famous BTK of Wichita. Welch directed the KBI from 1994 to 2007 and was an FBI agent from 1961 to 1986.

Big Bills Only
by: Jerry Webb


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This is a true story of a bank extortion in 1984 in Dallas, TX. The author, Jerry Webb, was the case agent with less than 2 years on the job. The prosecutor was a Texas legend who prosecuted Jack Ruby. Webb tried to convince himself that he was not in over his head. Some days were harder than others to manage that.

Bioterror - A Ben Douglas FBI Thriller
by: Richard D. Schwein, Sr.


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A letter, stating the writer is in possession of Ebola virus taken from CDC and demanding millions of dollars or it will be used, is received at the White House. Inspector Ben Douglas and a CDC scientist are leading the investigation. The extortionist states a demonstration will prove his ability. A quantity of the virus is released in the ventilation system of a cruise ship resulting is illness and death for many passengers and crew members. The investigation identifies a retired scientist from CDC and his two cousins as responsible. A desperate effort gets underway to locate the subjects before another catastrophe occurs. The trail takes them from North Carolina to Georgia to New Orleans and ultimately, to Los Angeles.

Black Marble, The
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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Sgt. A.A. Valnikov, LAPD is living with many demons. Formerly working homicide and now working burglaries, Valnikov is given a partner, Det. Natalie Zimmerman, who soon decides that Valnikov is not only a drunk, but is crazy. She tries to get him fired, but their boss, who has his own problems, puts her off. As Valnikov introduces her to his Russian heritage, music, food etc., she learns more about the "other side" of her partner. In the meantime, Philo Skinner, a dog handler, who trains, boards and shows dogs for wealthy clients, is being pressured by his wife, his clients and a loan shark, who is threatening bodily harm. Philo concocts a scheme to "dognap" a precious showdog and extort $85,000 to pay off the shark and live a life of leisure in Mexico. Valnikov and Zimmerman stumble onto the case which leads to a showdown with Skinner and a change in the two detectives relationship.

Bleachers
by: John Grisham


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Neely Crenshaw, a former NFL Pro, returns to Messina to await the death of his high school coach, Eddie Rake, and to re-kindle an old love.

Blood Money
by: Dennis N. Griffin


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Mandy Connor has one thing in mind when she gets out of prison after serving three years. Get her mother's murderer. Her drug conviction was cut short by turning states evidence and testifying against a drug dealer. Two problems - the dealer vowed to kill her and her mother's killer could kill again.

Blooding, The
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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A true story of the murder of two teenagers in England in the mid-80's and the efforts of law enforcement to solve the crimes using blood samples.

Blue Knight, The
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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Breaking Iraq, The Ten Mistakes That Broke Iraq...
by: Colonel Ted Spain, Terry Turchie


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The unvarnished account of a Brigade Commanders tour of duty in Baghdad during the first chaotic year following the 2003 American invasion of Iraq. What went wrong and what was wrong with the US military is closely examined. The book's forward is written by Pultzer prize winning author Tom Ricks. Finalist for the ForeWord Magazine Book or the Year Award in the War and Military category in 2013.

Brethren, The
by: John Grisham


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Three crooked judges run a blackmail scheme from prison targeting wealthy gay men. They inadvertantly snair Anthony Lake, a Presidential candidate, who is being groomed and programmed by the CIA.

Bribery and Corruption Casebook: The View from ...
by: Joseph T. Wells; Laura Hymes


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Joseph T. Wells is a former FBI Agent and the founder of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). Laura Hymes is also with ACFE. This book is a compilation of actual cases written and submitted by the investigator involved, outlining how the corruption or fraud came to light, how the investigation was conducted and the perpetrators brought to justice. Although written for investigators, auditors or corporate lawyers, the material would be interesting to anyone who has an interest in crime and corruption.

Bricklayer, The
by: Noah Boyd


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Steve Vail is an ex-FBI Agent who's been fired for insubordination, but is lured back to the Bureau to work a case that has become unsolvable. Vail has resigned himself to his life as a bricklayer, but Deputy Assistant Director Kate Bannon needs help with a shadowy group that's killing people and extorting the FBI. Someone in this group knows a little too much about the inner workings of the FBI and Vail's options, and his time to find answers, are quickly running out.

Bridger: Deadly Peril
by: L. Sanford Nance


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Former FBI Assistant Director Ted Bridger returns to duty after 9/11 and heads a new unit to pursue and attack terrorists. The investigators of the Federal Investigative and Strategic Team (FIST) work in deadly peril.

Broker, The
by: John Grisham


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Bullets, Bombs and Fast Talk
by: James Botting


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The author is one of the first members of the FBI's International Critical Incident Negotiation Team and was a long time member of the Los Angeles Crisis Negotiation Team, as well as the SWAT team. He describes his role in Wounded Knee, the Patty Hearst kidnapping, TWA 847, the Cuban prison riots, Rodney King, Ruby Ridge and Waco. He recounts all these and more in a blunt, honest and often humorous detail as only a participant can. He relates a number of times when he stared down death and came out unscathed.

Burden of Proof
by: Scott Turow


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Sandy Stern, a noted criminal defense attorney, struggles with his wife's suicide, then has to deal with family secrets and hidden crimes while defending his brother-in-law in a federal investigation.

Busted
by: Ron Sharrow


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C. Bruce West is a singe, young, successful Baltimore attorney. The mother of a drug dealer is arrested for possession of illegal drugs her son hid under her bed. Bruce defends her although her claim that she didn't know they were there does not sound plausible. He concocts an imaginative defense moments before his closing argument.

C-1 and the Chicago Mob
by: Vincent L. Inserra


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This book is a tribute to all of the Agents who were assigned to Criminal Sqad #1, more commonly referred to as the C-1 Squad, the Chicago Division of the FBI from 1957 to 1976, a period of 19 years. These agents were pioneers who were required to wage war against one of the most powerfully entrenched organized crime organizations in the country since the days of Al Capone. It was a time when the FBI did not have all the tools or legislation necessary to combat organized crime, but they accomplished their goals aggressively with whatever means were available. This is a story of the unique challenges confronting these dedicated Agents and the incomparable results achieved, which resulted in severely disrupting and curtailing the activities of the Chicago mob. Mr. Inserra also chronicles parts of his career prior to and following his FBI experiences.

Cached Out
by: Russell Atkinson


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Former FBI Agent Russell Atkinson, in his second Cliff Knowles mystery, tells a harrowing tale of how an innocent hobby of geocaching goes horribly wrong. Cliff, now retired from the FBI, finds a skeleton in the woods, reports it to the sheriff and becomes a prime suspect in multiple murders, old and new. The case takes a bizarre turn when the skeleton turns out to be a fugitive he was supposed to have arrested years ago. Then, one of the investigators turns out to be an old flame and things heat up.

Camel Club, The
by: David Baldacci


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The Camel Club, four Washington, DC outcasts, meet weekly to discuss real and imagined conspiracies. They witness the murder of a Secret Service employee and find themselves in the middle of a plot to kidnap the President and drop a nuclear bomb on Damascus.

Capital Kill
by: Marc Rainer


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A few short blocks from the safety of the museums and monuments on the National Mall, a ruthless killer prowls the streets of Washington, DC. Federal prosecutor Jeff Trask joins a team of FBI Agents and police detectives as they try to solve the series of brutal murders. As the body count rises, the investigation leads to a chilling confrontation with the leader of an international drug smuggling ring, and no one is safe, not even the police.

Caribbean Conspiracy-A Ben Douglas FBI Thriller
by: Richard D. Schwein, Sr.


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Puerto Rico's representative to the Congress is murdered signaling a resurgent Puerto Rican terrorist movement. Inspector Ben Douglas is teamed with a female Secret Service Agent to lead the investigation. Early, they discover a renegade CIA officer and a former KGB defector providing weapons and explosives to the terrorists in exchange for drugs. A trail of murder and destruction goes from Washington through New York and into San Juan. The Hostage Rescue Team is brought in when the terrorist hideout is located. Douglas and his partner fly to St. Martin to meet with a CIA team and try to arrange the removal of the Russian to US jurisdiction.

Case Day One
by: Robert R. Glendon


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In this sequel to Glendon's Faith of Our Fathers, retired FBI Agent Judson Munro pits his expertise in crisis situations against a band of deadly extortionists threatening to destroy a huge petrochemical plant in Texas. Judson represents the plant owner in negotiations with the criminals and he delivers the ransom to the gang in an isolated canyon. Thereafter, he follows the money and confronts the culprits.

Caul, Part I, Born With a Mission
by: James Allan Matte


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James Markham was born with a caul, a thin membrane the covers and protects his entire body. Legend has it that those born with a caul are marked for greatness and have the power to see into the future and change it for the better. This book follows the adventures of young Markham, as he protects and defends the powerless and downtrodden. His experiences in the Air Force in Korea, England and France follow the real life experiences of the James Allen Matte, the author, who prepares us for book 2 and 3 of this trilogy.

Caul, Part II, Truth and Deception
by: James Allan Matte


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In this book, author James Allen Matte's second in his trilogy re the Caul of Destiny, our hero, James Markham, becomes an investigator for the military and travels all over the world solving crimes and investigating spies. Markham becomes a polygraph examiner and uses this new scientific tool to ferret out the truth and seek justice.

Caul, Part III, Good vs. Evil
by: James Allan Matte


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This is the author's third book of his trilogy re the "Caul of Destiny." Our hero, James Markham, is now retired from government service and, after his wife dies, he travels the world in his sailboat, "The Caul." Even now, though, he's faced with crises and challenges, the most daunting of which is a US Senator who wants to be president and who may be the anti-Christ. Can Markham's deep religious beliefs meet the challenge? Is Markham the "Truthseeker" mentioned in the bible?

Chamber, The
by: John Grisham


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A young Chicago attorney, fresh out of law school and hired by a high-powered law firm, finds out that his grandfather, a card-carrying member of the KKK, is on death row for murder. Disregarding his own career, he rushes to his grandfather's assistance and finds out more about his family than he wanted to know.

Chicago Warriors: Midnight Battles in the Windy ..
by: John M. Wills


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Follow Chicago police officers Pete Shannon and Marilyn Benson as they patrol the midnight shift on the violent and dangerous streets of Chicago. Pete and his wife face a marital crisis, while Marilyn must decide between good and evil. A riveting thriller.

Chinatown Squad; Policing the Dragon
by: Kevin Mullen


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The true story of the criminals and cops who confronted each other in the streets and alleys of San Francisco's Chinatown. The author, a former Deputy Chief of Police in San Francisco writes about murder, organized crime and corruption.

Choirboys, The
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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"Spermwhale" Whalen, "Whatayamean" Dean and "Roscoe" Rules are three of the characters, or "choirboys", that meet at MacArthur Park weekly for "choir practice", all police officers from the Wilshire District of the LA Police Department. The cops at these gatherings, all off duty, let their hair down and binge on alcohol, sex and sometimes drugs. All is well until an accidental shooting takes place and an innocent bystander is killed. Coverup and an internal investigation ensues.

Christmas Train
by: David Baldacci


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Tom Langdon, a journalist, is banned from flying because of an airport security incident, so he takes a train from DC to Los Angeles to meet his girlfriend for Christmas. On board, he meets up with memorable and unusual travelers and train personnel including an old girlfriend, the real love of his life. A series of incidents, including a theft of valuables, a blizzard and an avalanche, test the passengers resolve, but the Christmas spirit prevails.

Client, The
by: John Grisham


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Collectors, The
by: David Baldacci


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The Camel Club, four aging crimesolvers, meet weekly in Washington, DC, to investigate conspiracies, real and imagined. Their story, two murders, a renegade CIA Agent and a sexy con-woman all intertwine in this political thriller.

Combatting Arson for Profit-Advanced Techniques...
by: J. David Schroeder; David J. Icove; Vernon Wherry


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A textbook for arson investigators, the authors tell how to conduct an investigation and how to collect and handle documentary evidence. The book describes how to prepare and present a case and includes an anatomy of an arson for profit investigation.

Comes the Spider
by: J. Fred Davis


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Ernest Hart is Spider and his handlers in St. Louis tell him he is the best jewel thief in the world. Spider works alone, with guidance only from his angel, a deep cover Israeli Mossad agent on loan to the CIA and the FBI. Spider scores millions for the mob and is then rewarded by the murder of his girl friend when the mob fears she will testify for the FBI. Spider readjusts his sights and targets the mob safe house for his biggest score ever. Spider's weapon of choice is stealth. He prefers to be in and out of a target location without discovery. The Mossad agent, Irene, has no such scruples and kills when necessary.

Confidential Communications
by: J. R. Reardon


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A young Vermont attorney, hired to investigate a suspicious employee, finds herself and an old colleague who she asks to help, in the middle of an international conspiracy with murder thrown in. Join Rebecca Lawson and Joshua Tameron as they search for the truth and put their own lives at risk.

Conspiracy
by: Ron Sharrow


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C. Bruce West is a single, young and successful Baltimore attorney. He represents a middle-aged couple who's accused by the feds of conspiring with a government official to operate a fraudulent marriage ring. While having a steamy affair with his client's daughter, his courtroom strategy is very risky and could result in a long prison term for his clients.

Cullotta: The Life of a Chicago Criminal
by: Dennis N. Griffin


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Frank Cullotta and Tony Spilotro, were Chicago youths who grew up in organized crime and became the mobs reps in Las Vegas. Robbery, murder and extortion were their stock in trade until the FBI "turned" Cullotta, who then collected evidence and testified for the government against the mob.

Cybervetting: Internet Searches for Vetting, Inv..
by: Edward J. Appel


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Relevant to investigators, researchers, legal and policy professionals, educators, law enforcement, intelligence and other practitioners, this book establishes the core skills, applicable techniques and suitable guidelines to greatly enhance their practices. The book includes the outcomes of recent legal cases relating to discoverable information on social media that have established guidelines for using the Internet for vetting, investigations and open source intelligence. It outlines new tools and tactics and indicates what is and isn't admissible under current laws. It also highlights current cybervetting methods, provides legal frameworks for Internet searching as part of Investigations and describes how to effectively integrate cybervetting into an existing screening procedure.

Dancer: A Novella
by: John M. Wills


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Dancer is the story of a young woman, a journey into the dark world of the adult entertainment business. She quickly learns that things are not always what they seem, and soon wishes she had never heard of the club known as After Hours.

Dancing With Devils
by: Robert D. Emerson


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This book is about the author's law enforcement career. He started as a teenager, helping his father, the Sheriff of Chatham County, NC make arrests. After military service, the author was employed by the Office of Naval Intelligence, and worked closely with the FBI in NC. He became an FBI Agent for a short time and was assigned to a small office in Idaho. After leaving the FBI, he returned to NC to work for the state Bureau of Investigation. There he worked homicides, rapes, armed robberies, arson and drug cases. Each chapter of this book discusses a different unusual and exciting case and concludes with his most disturbing case, the kidnapping and murder of a 4 year old girl.

Daughter of the Devil-A Ben Douglas FBI Thriller
by: Richard D. Schwein, Sr.


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In an Iowa town, an FBI Agent is accused of murder. He claims self-defense. Inspector Ben Douglas is sent with a team to investigate. The Agent becomes an apparent suicide. Investigation determines he was murdered, but was involved with a satanic cult. The cult, headed by a woman who thinks she is Satan's daughter, practices Satanic ritual and operates criminal enterprises. A cable new reporter is taken hostage and is prepared for ritual sacrifice. Douglas and his team rescue her and arrest the cult members. In mid-winter, Douglas returns for the trial. The cult leaders escape, snatch the reporter and, in a raging blizzard, hole up in a farmhouse. They demand Douglas exchange himself for the reporter setting up a violent final confrontation.

Death and Justice
by: Mark Fuhrman


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Mark Fuhrman, former Los Angeles Detective known for his role in the O. J. Simpson case, looks at the death penalty in Oklahoma. In 2001, 21 inmates were executed, more than in any other state. Many of these cases were in Oklahoma County where a police chemist was fired for mismanaging the crime lab. Fuhrman analyzes a dozen cases, reviews police records, trial transcripts and conducts numerous interviews. In two of these cases, the death row inmates were subsequently found to be innocent.

Death of Jimmy Hoffa
by: Terrance F. McShane


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The author, a former FBI Agent and Chairman of the Board of Monitors for the Teamsters, writes about his contacts with Hoffa and his associates on a regular basis. He also writes about meetings with Bobby Kennedy and J. Edgar Hoover; and one meeting with Hoffa at Grand Central Station. The author gives an authorative, but gory, account of how Hoffa was murdered and the truth about the disposal of his body.

Death of Lizbeth Ghika
by: Ken Aldridge


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This is a mystery about the death of a 16 year old gypsy girl, young romance, holistic medicine and insights into the criminal lifestyles of gypsies. Read about Lizbeth's death, how did she die, was it suicide or murder? Author Aldridge takes his readers back to the small fictional town of Lake City, where his first three books took place. A Chief of Police, his frustrations of the job, his love life and some of the town's characters are again woven into this latest book. The author's other three books are "Triage of Troubles," "Enticing Evils" and "Murder's Shadow."

Death Row
by: Russell Atkinson


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When a court ruling once again halts the carrying out of the death sentences of hundreds of condemned murderers, a frustrated vigilante organization decides to take matters into it's own hands. In a mysterious and grizzly act of horror, San Quentin's entire population of condemned prisoners is executed in the dark of the night. But how? And who are these vigilantes? Answering those questions falls to retired FBI Agent Cliff Knowles, now a successful lawyer. His lover, Special Agent Ellen Kennedy, is intent on completing a geocaching challenge known as the Fizzy Challenge, but inadvertently turns Cliff into suspect number one by going for one cache too many. She has no doubt Cliff is innocent, but he's kept a secret from her. He's kept a secret from everyone - and he knows that her faith in him is misplaced. His only chance of keeping Ellen in his life, perhaps even of staying off death row himself, is to get critical evidence before the FBI does.

Degree Mills - The Billion Dollar Industry
by: Allen Ezell and Dr. John Bear


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Former FBI Agent Ezell and Dr. Bear write their second book on this topic, this time examining the sellers, the buyers, the law and the enforcers. The FBI's DIPSCAM investigations are covered in detail. This book looks at both people and animals with fake degrees and includes listings for unauthorized schools, accreditors and diploma counterfeiters. The authors advise, be diligent now or pay the price later.

Delta Star, The
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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Homicide Detective Mario Villalobos, LA Police Department, Rampart Station, had things to worry about: why was a streetwalker pushed from the roof of a hotel; how come her "trick book" has the telephone number of Caltech, an institution of scientific learning; how did the "Bad Czech", the meanest, maddest cop in the Division, end up with a dead man's credit card? Joseph Wambaugh, former LA Police Detective, is back again with his cops-gone-crazy brand of humor and cast of wild, wonderful characters. The Delta Star follows in the gripping tradition of his previous best sellers, but this time with a scientific twist.

Devil's Darning Needle, The
by: Ben Furman


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Frank Durazo is an undercover FBI Agent trying to thwart a terrorist plot to kill some world leaders. Personal entanglements complicate his job not to mention the lack of support from his superiors.

Diamonds and Deceit: The Search for the Missing
by: Gene Coyle


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The author was a 30 year employee of the CIA specializing in Russian and East European affairs. In this novel, Karl Beck is a former KGB officer who defected to the US and is now teaching at Indiana Univ. He joins forces with an attractive History Dept. Professor and they find themselves in Russia looking for a cache of diamonds belonging to the Romanov Dynasty. In Russia, however, they must also deal with the Russian Mafia, not to mention the Russian government who would like to see Beck dead.

Digging for Disclosure
by: Kenneth S. Springer, Joelle Scott


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The author, an ex-FBI Agent and white collar crime expert, provides practical advice to investors on how to prevent investment fraud through entertaining stories that illustrate the importance of knowing potential business partners. The book looks at infamous ponzi schemers, Madoff, Bayou, Stanford and others and shows what an investors good due diligence would have uncovered.

Dishonored
by: J. R. Reardon


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Federal Court Judge Rebecca Tameron seemed to have it all...a loving family, a prestigious career and the respect of her community - that is until her world is ripped apart. Implicated in the disappearance of a Supreme Court Justice and the shooting of a Federal agent, Tameron scrambles to uncover the truth. The problem is, with each step she takes in pursuit of the truth, she encounters more questions and every investigative avenue leads back to her. How can she clear her name?

Divine Executioner - The Caul, Part IV
by: James Allan Matte


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James Markham, the protagonist, manages to survive the many threats to his life and overcomes the multiple challenges thrust upon him in The Caul trilogy, with the expectation of a long sojourn. However, his respite is short-lived when the forces of evil cross his path and providence calls on him again to administer justice in a most forceful way that takes him to distant lands to prevent a nuclear catastrophy and, in the bargain, he loses the love of his life.

Divine Justice
by: David Baldacci


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John Carr, a former government assassin, is on the run. His former employer is trying to kill him to keep him quiet; they've already killed his wife and child in a botched attempt. In retribution, he's killed two government officials and now, to protect his friends in the "Camel Club", he's left his Washington base and finds himself in Devine, VA. As his friends attempt to find him and help, they find that they're competing with a top CIA "tracker." In the meantime, Carr uncovers an international drug ring, based in the local penitentiary and ties them in to a couple of local murders. Who will get to Carr first, the CIA? His friends? Or the drug dealers?

Docket No. 76
by: Arita Bohannan


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Have you ever come face-to-face with the person who hurt you most in your life? That's exactly what happens to Sandra Morgan, a young and beautiful Assistant District Attorney. She comes face-to-face with a man who abused her when she was a child when he is on trial in the New Orleans Criminal Court - and Morgan is the Prosecutor. A shocking courtroom decision consumes her as she battles with her inner demons in an effort to seek the revenge to which she feels entitled. But after the trial of her life, is there really a winner?

Don't Shoot! We're Republicans!
by: Jack Owens


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Jack Owens uses both humor and drama in this memoir of his 30 years in the FBI. Covering his time spent working undercover in counterintelligence, the FBI SWAT team and recruiting blacks and women to the Bureau ranks, Don't Shoot! We're Republicans! is both entertaining and informative.

Donnie Brasco
by: Joseph Pistone


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FBI Agent Joseph Pistone, as Donnie Brasco, infiltrated the Mafia and for six years, associated with soldiers, connected guys, captains and godfathers. He was so deep undercover that only a few fellow FBI Agents knew of his true identity and FBI surveillance teams reported on him as with other Mafioso. This is his hair-raising story as he tells of the activities and dealings of the crime families in this successful sting operation.

Donnie Brasco Deep Cover
by: Joseph Pistone


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The author, a former FBI Agent, was undercover in the Mafia for six years and has written several books detailing his nerve wracking and dangerous experiences as Donnie Brasco. In this book, he uses those experiences to write a fictional account of an undercover FBI Agent rooting out political corruption in South Florida and,while assisting another Agent, runs into a backwoods criminal enterprise in the Everglades as well as a hurricane, both of which come close to finishing him off.

Donnie Brasco: Unfinished Business
by: Joseph Pistone


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Pistone, as Donnie Brasco, was undercover in the Mafia for six years. He was so deep that only a few fellow FBI Agents knew of this sting operation. Pistone tells of his experience in his first book, "Donnie Brasco." This sequel follows the trials that emasculated the five New York Mafia families. Pistone can now go into even more detail concerning his undercover experience, the close calls and the problems of being so deep undercover that you have problems distinguishing who you really are.

Dream Merchant of Lisbon: The Game of Espionage..
by: Gene Coyle


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Author is a 30 year veteran of the CIA specializing in Russian and East European affairs. In this novel, Shawn Reilly is a CIA officer in the twilight of his career in Lisbon, Portugal. There, he comes face to face with Boris, the head of Russian Intelligence, who is targeting Shawn for recruitment. Boris' attractive daughter comes on the scene and Shawn has to decide what's more important, his love of country or love of a woman.

Echoes In The Darkness
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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A true story of the Mainline Murder Case, the murder of a teacher, whose nude body was found in her car and her two children missing. At the core of the case are two academics, Bill Bradfield, an outstanding teacher, an expert in Greek and his special hero, Ezra Pound, but with a bent for collecting women. Also Dr. Jay Smith, the principal of Bradford School, has such strange nocturnal habits and sinister ways that colleagues have dubbed him Prince of Darkness. Seven years of investigation by law enforcement resulted in an unforgettable and unique murder trial.

End Game - A Ben Douglas FBI Thriller
by: Richard D. Schwein, Sr.


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As the Director of the FBI is giving a speech in a hotel ballroom in Philadelphia, a gang enters and starts shooting. The Director is wounded, the Special Agent in Charge of the Philadelphia office is killed as well as a Philadelphia Deputy Police Commissioner. Inspector Ben Douglas is sent to Philadelphia to take charge of the investigation. During a series of attacks, one of the gang members is killed and he turns out to be a high school student attending an all-boys academy run by an educator from Germany. Legal Attache, Berlin, advises that this headmaster's family has a long history in Nazi affairs during WWII and after. Undercover agents disclose that the Headmaster and a small group of students have formed The New Nazi Party Waffen SS. When the FBI closes in, the group moves to a fortified old house in the New Jersey Pine barrens. Douglas is faced with arresting the barricaded gang without killing a group of teenagers.

Endless Enemies: Inside FBI Counterterrorism
by: Raymond W. Holcomb


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The author, a former FBI counterterrorism agent, provides detailed information about prison conditions and interrogation techniques in Guantanamo and Afghanistan. He also created and led the FBI's elite cadre of counterterrorism agents who had a principal role in every major post-9/11 investigation, including the infiltration of homegrown conspiracies.

Enemies Among Us: A Novel
by: Bob Hamer


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The author uses his 25 years experience as an undercover FBI Agent to develop this fictional, but realistic story. Undercover FBI Agent Matt Hogan is in trouble with his boss. He only totaled three vehicles in his pursuit of an Arab drug runner. Now, to save himself, he has agreed to go undercover as a volunteer at a Christian hospital, suspected of assisting terrorist cell groups. He soon finds out, as he puts his own life in peril, that this assignment is of nation-saving importance.

Enemy Past
by: Matthew Laird


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A hot war followed by a cold war. The first, identifiable by it's sheer destruction and inhumanity. The second, largely hidden in the shadows, was equally threatening. Both played out in New York City, relatively unseen. Following WWII, NYC became the epicenter of Cold War intrigue. For FBI Agents assigned to the New York Office, many careers were made and broken combating the Soviet Intelligence apparatus. Howard Brooks proudly served during WWII. He survived, only to join the FBI and enter a new war, undefined by borders, but clear and present. For Special Agent Brooks, serving in NYC was an honor. Little did he know what he would sacrifice, and how it would change him and those he fought on the front lines of the Cold War.

Enticing Evils
by: Ken Aldridge


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This is a sequel to Aldridge's first book, "Triage of Troubles." Small town Texas Chief of Police Jim Travis is the subject of a murder plot. As the story progresses, we see evidence of romance, greed, racial prejudice and sexual abuse. His professional and personal life is turned upside down as women attempt to seduce him. Will Travis prevail?

Entitlement
by: Mike Worley


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A young woman is reported missing. Her car has been abandoned on a major highway and the interior is in disarray. However, there is no evidence that a crime has been committed and adults are free to "disappear" if they choose. Still, Detective Angela Masters believes the woman may have been kidnapped. There is no ransom demand but also no indication that the woman may be living somewhere else. Detective Masters must determine if a crime has even occurred and try to locate the missing woman. If there's a crime, can she make a case that will hold up in court? Entitlement is filled with twists, dead ends and clashing egos that will keep the reader engrossed as the case ends.

Eyes Pried Open: Rookie FBI Agent
by: Vincent Sellers


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In 2005, Vincent Sellers successfully managed to leave behind a dreary corporate cubicle landscape and begin the exciting challenges of a crime-fighting FBI Agent. His journey is chronicled in this memoir. The requirements and challenges involved in becoming an FBI Agent, including applying, testing and undergoing rigorous training at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, are described in detail. Readers will experience both the highs and lows of an FBI Agent working bank robbery, kidnapping, murder-for-hire cases, and border related crimes in San Diego, California.

Facing Down Evil
by: Clint VanZandt, Daniel Paisner


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VanZandt, a former FBI Hostage Negotiator, discloses the secrets of negotiating a high-profile hostage stand-off. He writes about cases he negotiated, including a bank robbery in Rochester, NY, a confrontation with a white supremacist group in Arkansas, a prisoner rebellion in Alabama and a corporate executive taken hostage in the Phillipines.

Faith of Our Fathers
by: Robert R. Glendon


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Wall Street financier and friend of the President, Victor Lohr, is abducted in front of his Gramercy Park row house by terrorists demanding the release of political prisoners. Judson Munro, former FBI Agent and corporate crisis advisor, is hired by Lohr's company to negotiate his release. Unknown to the terrorists, the FBI or Munro, Victor Lohr is a covert illegal agent of the GRU, Russian Army Intelligence. The GRU frees Lohr through a brutal but clever ruse. Munro doubts Lohr's story of his escape and in pursuing the truth, uncovers his secret identity and mission for the GRU. In a tense confrontation with GRU officers, he faces the reality of his impending death.

Fatal Dose
by: Russell Atkinson


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In Fatal Dose, the author weaves a suspenseful tale of high technology gone wrong. The third installment in the popular Cliff Knowles Mysteries series finds Cliff retired from the FBI and practicing law, but what he expected to be a sedate white-collar practice catapults him into harms way. The manufacturer of cancer treatment devices suspects that someone is sabotaging it's devices and hires Cliff to get to the bottom of the problem. What he finds brings him face to face with death.

FBI - KGB War, The
by: Robert J. Lamphere and Tom Schachtman


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The author, an FBI Agent in the 40s and 50s, was an expert on Soviet espionage in the United States. He discusses his role in well publicized spy cases, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, Harry Gold and Judith Coplon. He also worked with the Army Security Agency in breaking the Russian Espionage Code Book.

FBI and I, The
by: Curtis O. Lynum


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An autobiography of the author who had a 26 year career in the FBI. Lynum gives a first person account of the various investigations he was involved in, from surveillances during World War II, to the Las Vegas gangster years and the Frank Sinatra Jr. kidnapping.

FBI Code Name: Sharks-Fighting Washington Corrup..
by: Jim Healy


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Third in the series of FBI Special Agent Del Dickerson thrillers, Sharks details the battle of Dickerson and Associates to disrupt illegal million-dollar deals between unscrupulous lobbyists and corrupt Washington legislators. Rookie female Agent Lola Stanley goes undercover as an Atlantic City chorus girl in order to penetrate the conspiracy. Unpredictable Del Dickerson continues his romantic entanglements in the arms of Amerasian beauty Anna Chen. The FBI Hostage Rescue Team brings the plot to a thrilling climax with a hair-raising drop at sea from hovering helicopters. The author dedicates this book to the women of the FBI - Agents, support staff and spouses.

FBI Diaries: Home Grown Terror
by: Peter Klismet, Jr.


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It was late May, 1998 when FBI Agent Peter Klismet, Jr.'s pager went off. His Supervisor in Denver told him to get to Cortez, Colorado, where Cortez Police Officer Dale Claxton had been shot nearly 30 times after pulling over a truck. Early in the investigation, the police identified three suspects and a massive manhunt ensued. While sightings were reported throughout the area, none of the men were arrested. Over the next decade, police recovered the bodies of the three men. How did they die? Whether it was suicide or the men turned on each other remains up for debate. This book is unique in that Klismet offers the reader an inside look at the investigation process. Often the FBI is credited with solving a case, but, Klismet said, cooperation between several agencies was key in this investigation.

FBI Diary: Profiles in Evil
by: Peter M. Klismet Jr.


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Pete Klismet's book chronicles parts of his career, including his training as one of the FBI's first field profilers. Included in the book are a number of investigations he worked on, including a profile on an elderly woman's murder, which was ignored by law enforcement. Klismet relates what he called an ill-conceived investigation that has been described as the greatest miscarriage of justice in American history. It eventually resulted in the arrest and conviction of six innocent people, and their incarceration that collectively equalled nearly 70 years. Twenty years later, DNA proved that Klismet's profile was correct on virtually every point.

FBI Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity: An Autobiography
by: James R. Wright


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Now retired after a 26 year career as an FBI Agent, the author discusses some of the high-profile cases he was part of: the Patty Hearst kidnapping, the Jim Jones and the Peoples Temple mass suicide, the Unabomber case, the Chowchilla kidnapping of 26 children and many more.

FBI Special Agents are Real People
by: Al Zupan


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A collection of true stories written by current and retired Special Agents of the FBI. Some are humorous, some dramatic or sad, but all memorable. These are the types of stories told agent to agent over a cup of coffee, or a drink, at retirement parties or other social gatherings. Here, for the first time, they are put in print for everyone to read and for the public to realize that FBI Special Agents are real people.

Finnegan's Week
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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Finbar Finnegan, a San Diego detective, thrice married and divorced, teams up with a female DA investigator and a Naval Command investigator to find some toxic waste. Funny and suspensful.

Fire Lover
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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John Orr, arson investigator for the Glendale, CA Fire Department, was on the scene when a home improvement center in South Pasadena burned to the ground, killing four people, including a two year old boy. After a series of fires over a number of years, a profiler called the one responsible, "probably the most prolific arsonist of the 20th century." Could this be John Orr, a man so respected in this field that he wrote articles for magazines and instructed arson investigators? Is the alleged fictional novel he wrote about an arson investigator turned arsonist really fiction? Or could it be an autobiography? A true and exciting story about the crimes, the investigation and the trial.

Firm, The
by: John Grisham


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First Family
by: David Baldacci


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Shaun King and Michelle Maxwell are former Secret Service Agents, now PI's in Washington, DC. King is personally known to the First Lady and when her 12 yr. old niece is kidnapped from Camp David, she asks King and Maxwell to investigate. While the FBI reluctantly agrees, the investigation takes King to rural Alabama where he matches wits with Sam Quarry, a technologically gifted, but very disturbed man, who has a score to settle with the President of the United States.

Flamethrower Bandit - A Ben Douglas FBI Thriller
by: Richard D. Schwein, Sr.


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Billy Blake was an unusual bank robber. He used a flame thrower. After he got his cash, he burned the bank injuring employees and customers. Young Special Agent Ben Douglas and Philadelphia Police Detective Amy King-Bauer hunted Blake down and, in a Bucks county farmhouse, Blake was shot and wounded. Years after being convicted and sent to prison, Blake escaped from a prison hospital and decided to pursue his trade in England. After several bank robberies there using a flamethrower, Scotland Yard asked for assistance from the FBI. Now Inspector Ben Douglas and now Special Agent Amy King-Bauer were sent to London to assist. Blake was incensed when he heard that his two nemesis are in London and vowed to torch them. They finally meet in an abandoned warehouse on the River Thames.

Floaters
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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Mike Fortney and his partner, Leeds, are water cops manning a patrol boat in San Diego's Mission Bay. A typically rough day includes scoping out beauties on pleasure craft, rescuing boating bozos who've run aground and hauling in the occasional floater who comes to the surface. But now the America's Cup International Sailing Regatta is in town along with yacht crazies, tourists, racing spies, scam artists and hookers. Blaze, a fiery redhead, shows up drinking with the racing crews, but Fortney and Leeds, with their cop instincts, suspect that something is not right. Blaze leads the detectives along a bizarre criminal trail that ends with a pair of murders on the eve of the biggest sailing race of all.

Flying High: FBI vs. The Mob
by: Jim Healy


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The New York Mafia is frantic. They are sending two bumbling hit men, Loose Louie Milano and Sulfur Sal Rinalti to the mountains of California to locate and kill Kerry Vita, a Greenwich Village band singer, who has possession of the mobs payoff records. Meanwhile, FBI Special Agent Del Dickerson accidentally parachutes into a grove of trees near Vita's mountain cabin. She rescues him and treats his broken leg while the NY hit men, as well as a second team of killers from Reno, Nevada race towards the site. At the same time, the FBI prepares to send a rescue team, which includes SA Dickerson's fiance, SA Anne Chen. The plot twists and turns into an explosive climax and Special Agent Dickerson saves the day.

Fools Mate: A True Story of Espionage at Nat...
by: John Whiteside


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This book is the true story of the Robert Stephan Lipka espionage case. It tells the story of two traitors working different sides of the Cold War. One is an arrogant, lonely US Army soldier serving in the highly secretive National Security Agency. The other is an ambitious KGB officer with access to the USSR's most sensitive documents. Both betray their countries, but their fates and motivations are very different. At the height of the Cold War in September, 1965, disgruntled US soldier Robert Stephan Lipka walked boldly into the USSR Embassy in Washington, DC. Inside, he negotiated the sale of highly sensitive NSA documents. The price he demanded for his treason? A mere $400. Whiteside reconstructs the Lipka investigation through his eyes as the FBI Special Agent who led the case from start to finish, telling a story as relevant today as it was in 1965.

Forewarned
by: Harry Gossett


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A New York City Private Eye cashes his clients checks at their banks and deposits the cash in his own account (so if his bank account records were subpoenaed, the identity of his clients would be protected.) IRS mistakes him for a money launderer and when he refuses to identify his clients, they seize his property and put him jail for contempt. Upon his release, he is still loyal to his clients while the IRS intimidates him, harasses his sister and continues their attempts to put him away. Cleverly, he handles his patrons urgent demands, dodges the IRS and pursues his love life.

Forgotten Times Remembered: During the Great De...
by: Robert R. Glendon


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The author looks through the eyes of a boy growing up during the 1930's Great Depression and narrates a story of the love and determination of his Scots mother to keep a roof over her family's head. He relates the efforts of his older siblings to find work when the country was mired in massive unemployment and of the daily struggle of his family to stay afloat. In spite of the hardships, Glendon says this is a story of optimism, of a time when there where front porches, and of a time when neighbors' help was essential to life itself. It is a warm look at a grim time when laughter covered grim reality.

Fraud Exposed: What You Don't Know Could Cost...
by: Joseph W. Koletar


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Fraud takes many forms. Occupational fraud involves an employee stealing from the organization that employs them. It costs the average organization over five percent of revenue a year. Just in the US, it is a trillion dollar problem. World-wide, it's bigger. This book discusses actual cases and preventive measures.

From an Office Building with a High Powered Rifle
by: Don Adams


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The author, a former FBI Agent, writes of his journey over the past 50 years since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. On November 13, 1963 Adams was given the assignment to investigate Joseph Milteer, a man who made threats against the President. Two weeks later, President Kennedy was dead. The author was asked to locate and interview Milteer, but to only ask 5 specific questions, then release him. He was puzzled by this request, but did as he was told. Years late, he read in a report that Milteer not only threatened the President, but stated that he would be killed from an office building with a high powered rifle. Since that time, the author has compiled evidence and research from every avenue available to him to produce a compelling investigation that may raise more questions than answers.

Fugitive Nights
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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The fugitive is a strange man. He speaks with an accent, is bald and carries a flight bag. His private plane makes an unscheduled landing at a small desert airport and, after a violent encounter with a police officer, he demonstrates that he is a man of the desert, wise in the ways of survival. There are three mismatched people after him. Brenda Burrows is a former cop trying to make a living in Palm Springs as a Private Investigator; Lynn Cutter, a former cop sweating out a disability pension; and Nelson Hareem, known as "Dirty Hareem", an LA Police Officer dreaming about a plush job with the Palm Springs Department. The trail of the fugitive leads the three from desert canyons to the boulevards of Palm Springs, from funeral parlors to swank hotels to celebrity golf tournaments. Joseph Wambaugh, former LA Police Detective, has his master storytelling talents on display.

Full Moon Diary, The
by: Ron Sharrow


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During the author's legal career, he kept a journal of the stupid things people said to him, the bizarre situations they got into, the inflated expectations of damages recoverable for imagined wrongs and the unrealistic perceptions they had of their legal rights. This is a collection of short stories from this journal.

G-Man and the Diamond King - A True FBI Story...
by: William E. Plunkett


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In the summer of 1935, a nasty career criminal by the name of George Barrett shot to death a young FBI Agent, Nelson Klein, in the town of College Corner. The town straddled the state line and Barrett shot from Indiana and Klein, assigned to the Cincinnati FBI Office, fell dead in Ohio. The case made national headlines since Klein was the first FBI Agent killed in the line of duty; also Barrett, a one-time Kentucky moonshiner who killed his own mother, was the first to be executed for the murder of a government agent under a new federal statute. Barrett's verdict was death by hanging, but Indiana did not use the gallows, so an Illinois gallows was dismantled and re-assembled in Indiana for the execution. This is but one story of the dangerous, but exiting decade of the 30s.

Gatekeeper: Memoirs of a CIA Polygraph Examiner
by: John F. Sullivan


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A 31 year polygraph examiner for the CIA tells about uncovering double agents, foreign spies, applicants with criminal backgrounds and internal misconduct. A history of the development of the CIA's polygraph program.

Gator Bait
by: Keith Slotter


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Young women are being murdered across south Florida at an alarming clip and an elite team of investigators is brought together to solve these baffling crimes. Det. Marty Tanner, considered brilliant by his peers, is nearing the end of his career in homicide. His partner, Det. Parker Reese is young, brash and cock-sure, at least on the surface. Enter Nancy Albright, a WQMT field reporter and Parker's former girl friend, who knows what buttons to push to get the story. The team relies heavily on an FBI Behavioral Scientist who steers them to one of several solutions, but nothing and no one is ever as it first seems. With the whole of south Florida in a state of panic and law enforcement's best and brightest struggling to find answers, Marty quietly builds a radical theory,unlike anything ever seen before....

Gay Panic in the Ozarks
by: Ed Bethune


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Wounds and prejudices stemming from the Civil War, the Great Depression and other conflicts run deep in the Ozark hill country. These frailties, like the scab of a putrid wound, will from time to time reopen and ooze pus. In the tumultuous year of 1968, a farmer stumbles onto the gruesome scene of a hate crime: the lynching of a young gay man whose mangled body has been left hanging from a tree. Clues abound, but the investigation withers and dies. Thirty eight years later, Aubrey Hatfield and the citizens of Campbell County get a second chance to grapple with man's greatest vice - the refusal to see wrong and do something about it.

Ghost
by: Mike Worley


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A young couple have what appears to be a comfortable life until one day, when the husband returns from work, he finds his wife brutally murdered. There's no sign of a break-in and the husband assures the police that his wife was extremely security conscious and would not open her door to someone she didn't know. Investigation regarding an unknown man in the area dries up. A year later, another woman is attacked and Detective Angela Masters re-examines old theories. The pressure is on to locate the killer before he strikes again.

Glitter Dome, The
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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Going Knee to Knee (Confessions, Tales and ...)
by: William J. Warner


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Warner takes you inside the polygraph suite, inside the minds of the polygraph examiner and his subjects. As the tension rises, feel the sweat on the brow, see the tears drop as conniving perpetrators give up the truth of spin their tales. Warner places the reader in the room as a witness to the dialogue between the individual sitting across from his accuser, torn between surrendering the truth while the desire of telling a falsehood works as a concoction of poison that grips the soul. Validating stories taken from actual events written as a tribute to the FBI's Polygraph Program.

Golden Orange, The
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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Winnie Farlowe, an ex-cop and alcoholic, skips an AA meeting to drink with his buddies in a local bar. He meets Tess Binder, who wines and dines Winnie and beds him down. Winnie can't believe his luck and can't even imagine the scam that Tess has planned for him.

Good Guys
by: Joseph Pistone, Bill Bonanno, David Fisher


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A Columbia University professor of Russian Literature has gone missing. The Mafia is looking for him and so is beautiful FBI Special Agent Laura Russo. She knows the missing professor is somehow connected to a recent mob hit. While the wise guys are fighting their way through coeds and ugly deeds, Laura cooks up some deeds of her own, turning a disagreement among the wise guys into an all out war.

Grand Jete
by: Mike Worley


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The American wife of a Russian ballet master in the United States is found murdered on the property of one of the city's wealthiest citizens. Was she killed because of the dashed hopes of the Russian, by the wealthy homeowners for some unknown reason, by his Russian ex-wife, by Soviet intelligence agents, or by a random killer? Will Detective Angela Masters be able to bring the killer to justice amid the intrigue of international relations during the decline of the Soviet Union?

Gripped By Fear
by: John M. Wills


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Chicago police detectives Pete Shannon and Marilyn Benson hunt down a serial rapist preying on women working in downtown Chicago. Politics and the heat of the summer make this thriller sizzle.

Growing Season, The
by: David M. Hallman


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The author was a 25year veteran with the FBI and previously was with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI). The hero of this novel, Hank Monroe, is fresh out of GBI's training class. He is investigating a young lady's disappearance in a small southern town and gets an education in the inner workings and traditions of the Deep South. Facing deceit and corruption and lies by the towns elite, Monroe finds, during his first Growing Season, that all is not what it seems to be and when it comes to murder, there are no winners.

Held for Ransom
by: Russ Atkinson


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The President of Claritiva Software is kidnapped at gunpoint and FBI Agent Cliff Knowles is first to respond. However, in many ways, the kidnap report appears suspicious and the FBI Office is skeptical that the kidnapping is real. Knowles must fight his own bureaucracy while trying to rescue the victim and apprehend the kidnappers. This gripping novel is based on the author's 25 years of experience as an FBI Agent and is set in Silicon Valley in the 90s.

Hero Among Us: Memoirs of a FBI Witness Hunter
by: Jim Ingram; James Dickerson


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FBI Special Agent Jim Ingram was a larger-than-life symbol of American justice, a Klan busting crime fighter, who was involved in some of the highest profile cases of the 1960s and 1970s. Ingram supervised the civil rights desk in Mississippi in the 60s during the Mississippi Burning years and was instrumental in breaking the back of the KKK. He later headed up the New York City and Chicago Divisions and rose to the position of Deputy Assistant Director of the Criminal Division of the FBI. He retired in 1982, but afterwards was asked by the FBI to work with them on cold-case civil rights murders in Mississippi. His efforts led to several convictions. The author died in 2009, but not before he was able to tell his story in his own words.

Holdup Number Six (An FBI Novel based on Actual..)
by: William J. Warner


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You can't make this stuff up. The story is about a case once worked on by the author. It features a corrupt state trooper, who organizes a gang of thugs, who follow his lead in carrying out six loosely coordinated holdups of armored trucks or their couriers. Retailers are also at risk. Blending fact with fiction, Warner once again introduces Cy Donovan of the FBI as the lead agent in pursuit of Varnell Evins. The trooper's band of pinheads press on in reckless abandon in a roller-coaster cops and robbers epic with a page turner finish and missing money. Superbly crafted with the zeal of a veteran story-teller, the patois in the dialogue of the characters is retained for authenticity.

Hollywood Crows
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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Detectives Nate Weiss, known as Hollywood Nate for his acting ambitions, and Bix Ramstead are assigned to the Hollywood Station CROWS unit, a community relations unit. They come in contact with, and are enamored by, the beautiful Margot Aziz, soon to be ex-wife of Ali Aziz, the proprietor of a Sunset Blvd. strip club. Ali, who has his fingers in multiple shady businesses, wants his wife dead. Margot has plans for Nate and Bix, using them in a scheme to get out of her marriage and commit the perfect murder.

Hollywood Station
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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Homeland Insecurity, How Washington Politicians...
by: Terry Turchie, Kathleen Puckett, PhD


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Profiling 15 politicians from both parties and dissecting their key decisions, the authors illustrate how the quest for power by some of America's best known leaders supplanted the best interests of the country and have made America less safe. An astonishing indictment of America's political machines. Finalist for the ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year, 2008 and winner of both the Freedom Fighter of the Year Silver Award and the Benjamin Franklin Silver book award for 2008.

Hoover's FBI
by: Cartha D. DeLoach


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The author, during the 1960's, was the #3 man in the FBI and one of J. Edgar Hoover's most trusted deputies. He gives an insiders view of the Kennedy and Martin Luther King assassinations, the FBI crusades against organized crime and the Communist Party and even discusses Hoover's disputed sexual orientation and Hoover's alleged "secret files."

Hour Game
by: David Baldacci


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This is Baldacci's second novel featuring Sean King and Michelle Maxwell, former Secret Service Agents who are now Private Investigators. They are hired to investigate a burglary at a southern mansion, but find themselves involved in a serial murder mystery. Each killing copies an infamous past crime. The ending will surprise.

Mark Bouton, How to Spot Lies Like the FBI How to Spot Lies Like the FBI
by: Mark Bouton


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The author draws on more than three decades of FBI experience to present methods for spotting liars in everyday life. He shows how to interpret body language, facial expressions and verbal cues to spot people trying to deceive you.

Hunting the American Terrorist, The FBI's War ....
by: Terry Turchie, Kathleen Puckett, PhD


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Go inside the hunt and inside the minds of Olympic bomber Eric Rudolph, the Unabomber, and eight other homegrown killers to better understand how every American can play a role in identifying the next "lone wolf terrorist" before he or she unleashes their attack on society. Finalist for the Foreward Magazine 2007 Book of the Year Award and winner of the Independent Publisher Book of the Year Award, 2007.

In Defense of Self and Others-...Facts - Fallacies
by: Urey W. Patrick, John C. Hall


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Numerous case histories are cited to illustrate how and why law enforcement officers make quick decisions re the use of deadly force. Chapters discuss tactics and training and the physiological factors of high intensity stress. Used as a text book at many police academies and the FBI Academy.

In Murder's Shadow
by: Ken Aldridge


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A teenager runs for his life using his best friends identity. The KGB wants him after killing his family. His father was a scientist and the FBI is also looking for him. This nationwide manhunt by the KGB and the FBI ends up in Lake City, Texas and illustrates some of the inside operations of both agencies; also the strengths and peculiarities of their agents.

Innocent Man, The
by: John Grisham


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The real life story of Ron Williamson, an Ada, OK baseball hero, who was convicted of murder in a trial filled with lying witnesses and tainted evidence. He came within hours of being put to death before new DNA evidence set him free.

Intelligence-Based Security in Private Industry
by: Thomas A. Trier


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In this book, the author identifies the inherent need and desire for intelligence-based security that exists throughout the private security industry. He provides a general overview of intelligence-based security and specific implementation guidelines to reduce private businesses risk and vulnerability to criminal activities. The book is practical and informational, demonstrating real applications of the concepts, theories and methods of gathering and acting upon information that may suggest a threat to a company.

Into the Devil's Den: How an FBI Informant Got
by: Dave Hall; Tym Burkey; Katherine Ramsland


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Dave Hall was a huge man, a former biker who was an expert in martial arts. He was also thoughtful and articulate and looking for new direction in his life. When FBI Special Agent Tym Burkey gave him this choice, jail for a minor drug violation, or infiltrate the Aryan Nation, a violent domestic terrorist group. Thus began a special relationship between a by-the-book FBI agent and a former biker. Hall worked his way into a position at the right of the charismatic leader of the Ohio Aryan Nation. But not without it's toll. The threat to Hall of discovery and possible death lead to insomnia, night terrors and panic attacks and eventual estrangement from his family. A true story of dedication and trust and a friendship that each would cherish in the years ahead.

Introduction to Intelligence Studies
by: Carl Jensen; David McElreath; Melissa Graves


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This book provides a comprehensive overview of intelligence and security issues, defining critical terms, and reviewing the history of intelligence as practiced in the United States. Designed in a practical sequence, the book begins with the basics of intelligence, progresses through its history, describes best practices and explores the way the IC looks and operates today. Each chapter begins with objectives and key terms and closes with questions to test reader assimilation. The authors examine the "pillars" of the American intelligence system - collection, analysis, counterintelligence, and covert operations - and demonstrate how these work together to provide "decision advantage."

Irish Assassin - A Ben Douglas FBI Thriller
by: Richard D. Schwein, Sr.


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Two former IRA leaders, defying the peace process between London and Northern Ireland, launch attacks on diplomatic and commercial establishments in the US. They gather a small group of young Philadelphia Irish-Americans to assist them. The UK sends two police officials with expertise on the IRA to advise and assist the FBI. Inspector Ben Douglas is assigned the task of escorting and assisting the Brits. A bomb attack is made on a British warship making a port call at Annapolis, injuring midshipmen including the First Lady's niece. The Director declares a Special with Douglas in charge. The pursuit leads back to Philadelphia, then New York and finally a showdown in the desert outside El Paso, TX.

Killer in Pair-a-Dice
by: Dennis N. Griffin


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The newspapers dubbed him the Phantom, a serial rapist-murderer who found his victims in the Las Vegas valley, even in areas teeming with people. He was smart, left little clues and was a challenge for law enforcement.

King of Torts, The
by: John Grisham


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Clay Carter is a Public Defender who is lured by a mysterious stranger to the Class Action lawsuits. After earning millions is a short period of time, he is called the "King of Torts" by the press and his lifestyle shows it. After overextending himself, his continued livelyhood depends on one product liability suit at a time when his mysterious friend disappears.

Last Juror, The
by: John Grisham


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Last Man Standing
by: David Baldacci


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Web London is doing what he does best. As a member of the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team, he's participating in a drug raid. Unaccountably, he freezes and the 6 remaining team members are slaughtered in an ambush. As the sole survivor, he's under suspicion and receives psychiatric help. Although suspended, he initiates his own investigation which takes him to climactic events at a Virginia horsefarm.

Last Three Outs, The
by: John M. Nickols


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This is the story of Danny Hill, a one-time bright pitching prospect, whose career appears doomed by a shoulder injury. An act of kindness - a visit to an elderly gentleman in a nursing home - begins one of the great comeback stories in baseball history. Along the way, Danny finds and almost loses the love of his life. He even encounters the mafia. It's good baseball, seasoned with love and a dash of crime. Nickols, an assistant professor of history and political science at Howard Payne University, describes his book as intentionally Christian.

Last Undercover: The True Story of FBI Agent's...
by: Bob Hamer


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During 25 years of the author's FBI career, he operated as an undercover agent, acting as a drug dealer and killer for hire and infiltrating various criminal enterprises. His most challenging assignment, however, was to infiltrate and develop criminal information on the North American Man/Boy Love Association, an international organization of pedophiles. The psychological challenge of posing as a pedophile proved to be the most difficult of his career.

Laws of Our Fathers, The
by: Scott Turow


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June Eddgar, an urban activist, was driving her ex-husband's car in a housing project when she was killed in a drive-by shooting. Her son, Nile Eddgar, a probation officer, is accused of having one of his parolee's, Ordel Trent. aka "Hardcore" make the hit, intending it to be on his father, Senator Loyell Eddgar. Complicating the case is the fact that the judge, Sonia Klotsky, has a history with radicals in her college days, including the victim and the defense attorney.

Legal Pathway of God, The
by: O. Thaxter Blalock, Jr.


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The author walks readers through the Bible in this book and, along the way, explains what he calls the legal pathway that God was required to follow to accomplish God's will and purpose for man. Blalock Biblically documents how God was legally limited by his holy nature and his covenants with man to provide man with the opportunity to be restored to a righteous relationship.

Lessons From the Street: Officer Survival and T...
by: John M. Wills


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A collection of published articles on such topics as officer survival, police training, fitness, firearms and ethics. Articles are all based on the authors experiences as a Chicago police officer and an FBI Agent.

Let the Dead Stay Buried
by: Robert R. Glendon


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In this mystery, retired homicide detective Nick James returns to the home of his youth to learn that the accidental death of his father more than 50 years ago was not an accident. While investigating the incident, James uncovers a series of related suicides that he concludes are murders. Complicating his life is his ex-wife, who continues to reject him, and the youthful Jessica, whose designs on him are long term.

Liam's Promise
by: John F. Picciano


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J.W. Mayfair, renowned trial attorney and naval war hero is killed aboard Flight 800 off the coast of Long Island on July 17, 1996. His estranged son, 23 year old Liam, accidentally discovers a recording that reveals the true cause of the crash and he suddenly finds himself in the firestorm of an international terrorist conspiracy and massive government cover-up. Liam teams up with a retired FBI Agent to foil the plot to destroy him, his family and the truth. Liam's Promise is the tale of one man's decision to follow his conscience despite the devastating costs which threaten his family and country.

Limbo Chronicles
by: James L. Whitmer


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Combined herein is an account of man's struggle between good and evil, and how, on a daily basis, strange and inexplicable events oftentimes blend together, resulting in unforeseen outcomes. This compilation of short stories from the confines of Limbo will lead the reader on the path to determine outcomes that seldom seem logical, but nonetheless, manifest themselves in unique and singular ways. On one's journey through Limbo, there are many twists and turns, and now, dear reader, begin your journey and see if you can predict the final accounting of the dilemmas presented.

Limitations
by: Scott Turow


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George Mason is troubled. As Kindle County Court of Appeals Judge, he has before him a horrific rape case which reminds him of a similar incident he was involved with during his college days. The fact that his wife has been diagnosed with cancer and he's been receiving threatening emails adds to his concerns.

Lines and Shadows
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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A true police story about the Border Crime Task Force, a squad of San Diego police officers, who disguised themselves as illegal aliens and prowled the international borders. Their mission was to stalk the ruthless bandits who preyed upon the thousands of illegal aliens crossing from Mexico into the United States. Joseph Wambaugh, a former LA Police Detective, writes about the isolation and exhiliration of a handful of men attempting to tame a strange and dangerous frontier.

Lit Fuse
by: Mike McPheters


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In retired FBI Agent Mike McPheters latest book, he writes about terrorists attacking Americans on American soil. Delisha and Lufti Ahmed, children of Pakistani immigrants, along with five other sibling pairs, were conditioned by Al Quaeda to despise America as an infidel nation. They were raised as potential suicide bombers in the hopes of being exalted into Allah's presence in the hereafter. Everything changes when they encounter two young Mormon missionaries.

Make for a Better Place
by: Robert M. Beatty


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Dan Clebo is the Chief of Detectives for the Piedmont, NC police department. Three mobsters, who he had previously arrested were released and, in retaliation and to send a message to other police officers, brutally murdered Clebo's wife. Pledging to avenge his wife's murder, he resigns from the police department and hunts down the killers. After killing two of the three murderers, he goes on a campaign to amend the law allowing the use of truth serum to prevent murderers from going free. If he's successful, and although he left no clues when he killed the mobsters, he, himself, may be tried under the new law and spend the rest of his life in jail.

Making Jack Falcone: An Undercover FBI Agent
by: Joaquin Garcia


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The author spent 26 years as an FBI Agent, primarily working undercover assignments. He was a money launderer in Philadelphia and handled stolen property and dealt with dirty cops in Miami. His most memorable assignment, however, and the purpose of this book is to detail his infiltration of the LaCosNostra, the New York Mafia. Garcia, under the alias of Jack Falcone, worked his way into being a crew member for Greg DePalma, a Gambino capo. This years long investigation resulted in the crippling arrest of members of the Gambino family.

Matador of Murder: An FBI Agent's Journey in ...
by: Patrick J. Mullaney


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Over the centuries, mankind has demonstrated a deep capacity to inflict tremendously dark violence upon itself. Whether it's beheadings, car bombings, serial killings or random shootings, giving innocent victims a voice from the grave is what good police work is all about. In the early 1970s, the author, together with fellow FBI instructor Howard Teten, pioneered the concept of offender profiling for law enforcement. By examining cases including the murders of Robert Kennedy, Sharon Tate and Susan Jaeger, as well as several kidnapping cases, this book lays out various types of mental diseases and illnesses and the crimes those suffering from them tend to gravitate toward. This book is a unique window into the historical beginning of criminal psychological profiling and how it can be used in solving a criminal case.

May God Have Mercy on Your Soul
by: Jack Jenkins


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Jim Renfro was grief-stricken when he found out that his wife was murdered by a carjacker at a convenient store in Houston, TX. The killer was apprehended a few blocks away, eventually tried, convicted and sentenced to Death Row. Renfro wasn't satisfied. He wanted justice. He met Celia Gomez at a Victim's Support Group. Her spouse was also killed with his killer also on Death Row. It took 4 years for Jim and Celia, after changing their identities, to get a job with the Texas Dept. of Institutions and work their way onto the night shift on Death Row. Revenge is what they wanted and thereafter, escape to Mexico. Matt Wakesfield, a young Houston PD Detective, befriended Jim when his wife was murdered. He kept Renfro apprised of the progress of the prosecution. He now realizes the plot and vows not to let them get away.

Midnight Sin
by: Michael Tabman


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Becoming a cop changes everything you thought you knew about life. When a rookie cop walks onto the midnight shift, the lines between right and wrong become blurred. Every step he takes and every decision he makes has unforeseen consequences. His life will never be the same. Midnight Sin is an inside look at the dark and mysterious world behind the cop's badge. Rookie cop Gary Hollings quickly learns that wrestling street thugs and arresting drug dealers, while trying to track down a serial rapist is nowhere near as tough as watching his back from his fellow cops. He must also fight his inner demons - ones that he never knew he had until he put on that police uniform. The police world is one of long hours and split second decisions where the choices are not always clear. Midnight Sin is a gritty cop novel that explores the complexities of the cop psyche.

Mile Marker Murders, The
by: C. W. Saari


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A CIA officer disappears and his body is found alongside the corpses of two women near a Northern Virginia highway. A personal friend, Special Agent Tyler Bannister, is taken from a major extortion case involving a biological poison and a multi-million dollar demand, and assigned to a task force set up to find the serial killer before he strikes again.

Mind Hunter
by: John Douglas, Mark Olshaker


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John Douglas, formerly the head of the Investigative Support Unit of the FBI and a profiler of serial killers, joins with Mark Olshaker, a novelist, to discuss some of the most notorious and sadistic serial killers of our time including the Atlanta child murderer and the Green River killer.

Mirror in the River, The
by: Dale Lovin


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When a wealthy woman mysteriously disappears near Aspen, CO, former FBI Agent Brad Walker finds that his love of fly-fishing in remote mountain areas has planted him directly in the crosshairs of corrupt politicians and a kingpin in the world of human trafficking. When murdered bodies are discovered in a desolate mountain area, it becomes brutally apparent that the missing woman's life is in peril. Under the weight of this realization, events spiral and, in a long-forgotten mountain canyon and in the midst of a raging storm, Brad Walker faces a lonely confrontation with evil.

Mission Trip
by: Ron Cleaver


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While on assignment to East Africa from the FBI Academy, FBI Special Agent Nick Costigan faces ominous life-threatening consequences in this 83,000 word thriller novel. Confronted with challenges emanating from ruthless rebels and corrupt foreign officials, Costigan investigates an assassination, lands in prison on trumped up charges and joins FBI Special Agent Matt Kelly and others in the daring rescue of a kidnapped medical mission team from Fredericksburg, VA.

Mistaken Identity
by: Ron Sharrow


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C. Bruce West is a single, young and successful Baltimore attorney. He's hired by a prostitute to represent her son charged with armed robbery. Although his client has a long history of similar offenses and has been positively identified, Bruce believes that it's a case of mistaken identity. The client's mother wants Bruce to take his fee in trade while Bruce has an erotic adventure with the daughter of a federal judge.

Morgue, The
by: Dennis N. Griffin


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A NY State Dept. of Health investigator looks into allegations that a medical examiner is not properly disposing of bodies that should have been buried or cremated and is taking human tissue for research without proper consent. Based on an actual case.

Murder in Brentwood
by: Mark Fuhrman


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Mark Fuhrman was the first LA Detective on the scene of the Nicole Brown Simpson, Ron Goldman murders. In this book, he gives his account of his investigation, including his original notes, and his collection of evidence, both at the scene of the crime and at the O. J. Simpson residence.

Murder in Greenwich
by: Mark Fuhrman


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Martha Moxley, an attractive 15 year old, was bludgeoned to death with a golf club on her parents estate in Greenwich, CT, in October 1975. At the time this book was written, the case was still unsolved. Mark Fuhrman, the author and a former LA Detective, looks at all the evidence, conducts his own investigation and comes to the conclusion that the killer is Michael Skakel, the nephew of Ethel Kennedy.

Murder in Harrill Hills
by: R. S. Allen


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In March, 1951 Fred Hankins returned home to find his wife in a pool of blood at the top of the basement steps. She had been shot once in the head and died an hour later. There was no motive and no indication of sexual assault. Only her wristwatch was missing. A suspect was arrested and released two years later. In November, 1954 compelling evidence was developed against a second suspect, a career burglar, but prosecutors refused to indict without a confession. Was this the right decision? Was there enough evidence to sustain a conviction? You be the judge.

Murder in Spokane
by: Mark Fuhrman


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Mark Fuhrman's last book, "Murder in Greenwich" led to the arrest of Michael Skakel, nephew of Ethel Kennedy. Fuhrman, the LA Detective who played a prominent role in the O. J. Simpson case, now turns his attention to a serial killer in Spokane, WA. Fuhrman is a guest host on a radio talk show when the mutilated bodies of two prostitutes are found (a total of 23 dead prostitutes over a 10 year period.) He takes it upon himself to analyze the investigation and expose an inept investigation by the local police. When an arrest is made, he shows how an overlooked clue might have saved the lives of 9 of the victims.

My FBI
by: Louis J. Freeh


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The author, a former FBI Agent, federal prosecutor and federal judge, became FBI Director in 1993. This book tells of his upbringing in New Jersey, law school, career as a field agent and prosecutor and finally the head of the FBI. He writes about organized crime in NY, the Khobar Towers case in Saudi Arabia, the Oklahoma City federal building bombing and his run-ins with President Clinton.

New Centurions, The
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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Night of the Full Moon
by: Herbert D. Clough


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The author was the Special Agent in Charge of the Los Angeles FBI Office when socialite Elaine Chaddick of Palm Springs was kidnapped. This is the story of the four days that tested the stamina and faith of the victim and her husband, as well as the professional skills of the FBI, the Palm Springs Police Department and the Riverside and San Bernardino County Sheriff's Deparments.

No Game for Amateurs: The Search for a Japanese
by: Gene Coyle


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As World War II rages in Europe, the Japanese Diplomatic Code is broken and the existence of a mole is determined in US Intelligence in New York City. President Roosevelt assigns his personal friend, Vincent Astor, and his assistant, Charles Worthington, to ferret out the traitor. As December 7th approaches, Worthington's life gets complicated as he encounters a female Russian spy and an Italian mobster.

No Heroes
by: Danny O. Coulson, Elaine Shannon


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Not Released Unharmed: Kidnap Victims
by: Donald L. Smith


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Obsession
by: John Douglas, Mark Olshaker


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John Douglas was formerly the head of the FBI's Investigative Support Unit and was a pioneer in the profiling of serial killers. With Mark Olshaker, a novelist and journalist, they take the reader behind the scenes to look at obsessions that lead to rape, stalking and sexual murder.

Of Spies and Lies
by: John F. Sullivan


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On Scene Commander
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Take an inside look at the FBI and it's operations from career Special Agent and former Second-In-Command Weldon L. Kennedy. During his 33 year career, Kennedy rose from a street agent to the position of Deputy Director, the highest non-political appointment in the organization. Kennedy's insightful memoir reveals insider details about two major historical FBI cases - the Atlanta Federal Penitentiary riot in 1987 and the Oklahoma City bombing of the Murrah building in 1995.

On the Laser's Edge
by: Sharon Thatcher, Thomas E. Burg


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One Armed Bandit
by: Dennis N. Griffin


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Onion Field, The
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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Open City: True Story of the KC Crime Family
by: William Ouseley


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Operation Greylord: The True Story of an Untrained
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Ordinary Heroes
by: Scott Turow


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Stewart Dubinsky's father, David Dubin, was a corporate attorney who never talked about his World War II experiences. After his father's death, however, Dubinsky uncovers surprising information about his father's wartime experiences. David Dubin exhibited extreme bravery under fire, but was also court martialed for failing to obey orders. Most surprising of all, though, was what Dubinsky finds out about his mother and what she and his father went through during the war.

Origins of FBI Counterintelligence
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Osage Indian Murders: The True Story...
by: Lawrence Hogan


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In the 1920s, a number of white men and women were attracted to Northern Oklahoma in pursuit of wealth. Osage land, which had been in tribal possession since the 1870s, was found to contain oil. Countless ways were devised to cheat Indians out of their money. One of these ways was murder. The author, an FBI Agent in the 1950s, was tasked by FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover to review the files regarding these murders and complete the necessary investigation to bring the murderers to justice. The book contains over 50 photos and illustrations.

Oyster Navy, The
by: Dave Faulkner


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Oyster Wars, The
by: Dave Faulkner


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Partner, The
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by: John Grisham


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Perry's Camp Murders
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Personal Injuries
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Attorney Robbie Feavor wins cases in Kindle County by paying off judges. When IRS closes in on him, he agrees to cooperate with the FBI to avoid going to jail. Working with undercover FBI Agent Evon Miller posing as his paralegal and paramour, Feavor becomes the point man in a federal sting operation directed at the Kindle County Court system.

Phase Line Green - The FCI Talladega Hostage Res.
by: James A. McGee


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Pick Up Your Own Brass: Leadership the FBI Way
by: Kathleen McChesney; William Gavin


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Pigeon Spring
by: Herman Groman


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When former FBI Agent Matt Steel retired after 25 years of locking up mobsters and drug dealers and following terrorists, he took a job as Director of Security at a major Las Vegas casino. Alex, his wife of 35 years, thought they could finally relax and enjoy the well deserved benefits of a post-FBI life, especially after they bought the weekend ranch in the mountainous area at the north end of Death Valley. It was remote, wild and had some interesting history associated with it. There was the old gold stamp mill, the mysterious grave of Nancy Walker and the historic Timbisha summer camp of the Desert Shoshone Tribe. Fate, however, takes them on an unexpected path when Alex finds an ancient Native American artifact and their life-long mystical journey called Pigeon Spring begins. The journey of Alex, Matt and his former partner, Charlie, takes them from the glamour and scams of Las Vegas to the beauty and grit of Nevada's rugged gold country. They soon discover that, just like Las Vegas, there are scoundrels and thieves wherever money can be made.

Pizza Bomber; The Untold Story of America's Most..
by: Gerald Clark; Ed Palattella


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In August, 2003, in an Erie, PA suburb, Brian Wells, a pizza deliveryman, had a bomb locked to his neck and was sent off to rob a bank. After taking the money, he was supposed to go on a scavenger hunt to find clues to disarm the bomb. The plot did not go according to plan. The police stopped Wells shortly after he left the bank and he never found the clues he needed to survive. The bomb went off while he sat in a police cruiser. The FBI made it a major case and the public knew it as the "pizza bomber case." The investigation and prosecution took 10 years. The author, the lead investigator in the case, relied on his training in forensic psychology to piece together what actually happened and to find an answer to the ultimate question, "Was Brian Wells a participant or a victim?"

Playing For Pizza
by: John Grisham


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Pleading Guilty
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Mack Malloy is an ex-cop, a lawyer and an alcoholic approaching the end of his career at a prestigious law firm. When a partner disappears with millions from a client, Mack is given the assignment to find the partner and return the funds.

Poisoned Promise
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Jack Adams has returned from the war in Afghanistan, but his worst enemy will test all of his old Special Ops skills at home in New Mexico. The Chinese have poisoned agricultural produce and grains in North America and the United States and Canada have been thrown backward to a non-industrial existence. Tribes rule where free governments once governed. Adams is, himself, a medical miracle, having survived disease that confined him to a medical facility buried under a mountain where nuclear warheads were once stored.

Presumed Innocent
by: Scott Turow


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Rusty Sabich, a prosecutor in Kindle County is assigned the case of murder and rape of a female associate. The investigation takes a twist for the worst when it's determined that Sabich had an affair with the woman and is now accused of her murder.

Priceless: How I Went Undercover to Rescue ...
by: Robert K. Wittman and John Shiffman


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Rainmaker, The
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Raising a Jihadi Generation: Understanding the Mus
by: John Guandolo


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Ransom or Reward-A Ben Douglas FBI Thriller
by: Richard D. Schwein


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The first of the Ben Douglas FBI Thriller Series. Towards the end of the Vietnam war, a group of students led by a radical professor and an ex-con kidnap the daughter of a wealthy and politically connected Philadelphia Main Line family. SA Ben Douglas, his squad mates and Philadelphia police detectives are charged with rescuing the girl and arresting the kidnappers. The trail leads them from a commune in the city to a house boat used as a safe house and culminates in a barricade situation in rural Lancaster County, PA.

Rattenkrieg! The Art and Science....Battle Pistol
by: Bob Taubert


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In addition to information about advanced pistol fighting tactics, techniques and equipment, this book contains unique material. Chapter topics include "Ballistic Shield and CQB Shooting," "Vehicle Assault Shooting Techniques" and "Close Quarters Battle Pistol Drills," which consist of 25 training drills that can be set up and run on standard firing ranges by the advanced practitioner. Bob Taubert is a Marine Corps combat veteran and former FBI Agent. He is an internationally recognized subject matter expert on all aspects of Close Quarter Battle. He played a direct role in the establishment and training of the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team and the DEA's Operation Snowcap.

Reading and Spelling Pure and Simple
by: Deede Hinckley Cauley


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The lessons truly work for people of all ages, from beginning readers to adults, and even students diagnosed with learning disabilities have succeeded in learning to read using this curriculum. The book is a full spectrum curriculum, taking students through all of the steps essential to achieving reading mastery. After completing the 90 lessons of the program, students are able to read college level-material and know how to comprehend word meaning and to spell. An explanation of how the program works is on the Real Reading website: www.realreading.com.

Red Gold
by: Dennis N. Griffin


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In order to continue a multi-million dollar Medicare fraud, Anthony Lucchesi's medical laboratories need blood. His donors are drug addicts and the homeless, but when one of them is murdered, Lucchesi is the suspect and he must eliminate the witnesses. Based on an actual case.

Religiosity of Evil
by: James L. Whitmer


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The Religiosity of Evil explores man's struggle within himself, balancing good against evil and arriving at outcomes that oftentimes are difficult to explain. This compilation of short stories from the Wasteland requires the reader to delve into the inner confines of his own soul and weigh his or her own concepts of good and evil in assembling meaning from the actions of the characters. When dealing with religiosity, one must keep in mind that one man's religiosity is another man's evil.

Rethinking Risk: How Companies Sabotage Them...
by: Joseph W. Koletar


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Most organizations, no matter how big or well-known, make mistakes in thinking about and dealing with risk. That is why people, like the author, exist, but we come in after the damage has been done. This book uses case histories to illustrate why the same mistakes keep happening.

Retribution
by: Mike Worley


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Butch Agenbroad made his living finding lonely and wealthy single women and charming them until they married him. Then the charm helped him get control of their finances after which he would disappear, often leaving the woman penniless. Sharon was different, with as much charm and spirit as Butch possessed, but before he could raid her finances, she divorced him, but not before she became pregnant with his daughter. Having a mere woman divorce him was more than he could stand. He returned years later to murder Sharon and, in an ill-conceived act, kidnapped two of her children. Would Detective Angela Masters' relentless pursuit bring Agenbroad to justice? More importantly, will Masters be able to save the lives of the two innocent girls?

Retribution
by: Robert M. Beatty


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After George Spuri split from his two partners in crime, he promised himself he would accumulate more money by fraud and deceit than both of them combined. Then he met a woman who convinced him he should return with her and kill the detective who had arrested him after charging him with murder. Did he accomplish his goals or not? The answer is a book away.

Return Fire
by: Barry Ozeroff


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A swat team sniper is himself being hunted by "The Shadow", a man who has the money and the will to do him in.

Reversible Errors
by: Scott Turow


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Arthur Raven, a corporate attorney with his own personal problems (middle-aged, single and caring for a sick sister) is court-appointed to handle the appeal of a death-row inmate. Facing the prosecuting attorney and detective who put his client in jail and who are now lovers and seeking the assistance of the former presiding judge, who herself just got out of jail for accepting a bribe, Raven fights for his client. He finds that his client, convicted of murder, may be innocent and covering up for a relative.

Rezident-The Espionage Odyssey of Soviet General..
by: Robert K. Baker


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Vasily Zarubin ranked as an important Soviet intelligence officer, but he has received little recognition in the history of intelligence in the United States. In this book, the author, a retired FBI Agent and counter-intelligence expert, recounts the exploits of Zarubin during the 20th century, including deep cover assignments with his wife, Elizaveta, in France, Nazi Germany and the United States. Stalin assigned Zarubin to the United States and he supplied valuable information to the Soviet Union during the war years.

Rico: How Politicians, Prosecutors and the Mob....
by: Joe Wolfinger, Chris Kerr, Jerry Seper


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In 2003, Paul Rico, a retired FBI Agent, was arrested for the murder in 1981 of a Tulsa businessman, Roger Wheeler. Rico died a few months later before he could go to trial or even have a preliminary hearing. Authors Wolfinger and Kerr did not know Rico personally, but knew of his reputation as a great Agent and a good man. They conducted over 100 interviews of retired FBI Agents, current and former state and local police officers, deputies and prosecutors. With regard to the murder, they located evidence, examined court documents and conducted extensive interviews that refuted every allegation against Rico. The book clearly exposes as false the information widely and wrongly circulated about Rico and clearly shows that his alleged connection to the 1981 murder was the work of two desperate Boston mobsters. Jerry Seper is a veteran newsman who assisted in organizing and focusing the investigation.

Larry Watts, Right, Wrong and Rationalizing the Truth Right, Wrong and Rationalizing the Truth
by: Larry Watts


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River Bottom Rum
by: James Botting


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Former FBI Agent Jim Botting writes a collection of short stories, all fiction, but based on his 30 years experience as an FBI Agent and police officer. A dying CEO with a secret, a busride from hell, a senior citizen with a diabolical plan, a fishing excursion gone bad and a bumbled armored truck robbery are all topics covered by Botting. The lead story covers a band of homeless characters, all losers, living in the river bottom, drunks, thieves, druggies etc. trying to survive a world of violence and tragedy.

Riviera Contract
by: Arthur Kerns


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It is six months after the World Trade Center attack and Hayden Stone, a retired FBI Agent, is working as an independent contractor for the CIA. On his last assignment in Afghanistan, a friend is killed and he blames himself. He's offered an assignment in the south of France and gladly accepts, thinking that this is just what he needs, French wine, sun and the French Riviera. To his surprise, it doesn't work out that way. He becomes a target of terrorists, learns of a killer who wants to spread the Ebola virus in the US and finds out about a seriously ill al Quaeda functionary in the south of France seeking medical attention. If that's not enough, he meets up with a former lover who he had seduced and abandoned years earlier.

Robbery in Progress - A Ben Douglas FBI Thriller
by: Richard D. Schwein


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A gang of graduates of the juvenile justice system led by a hardened criminal robs a bank near the home of the Philadelphia Mafia boss. During the robbery, they shoot and kill a Mafia capo and wound a female Philadelphia detective, the girl friend of Ben Douglas' partner. The case is assigned to Douglas who is teamed with a black female detective. The streets of Philadelphia echo with gunfire and bombings as open warfare erupts between the mob and the robbers. Douglas strives to end the mayhem.

Run of His Life, The
by: Jeffrey Toobin


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The story of the O. J. Simpson case, as told by the author who attended the trial, interviewed prosecutors, defense attorneys and key witnesses, then came to the conclusion that no one wanted to admit, that race was at the heart of everything.

Runaway Jury, The
by: John Grisham


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A multi-million dollar lawsuit commences in a Mississippi courtroom against big tobacco. A consultant, a "jury fixer" is hired by the defendants, but a young man in the jury seems to be in control. But, whose side is he on?

Saving Faith
by: David Baldacci


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A Washington lobbyist involved in blackmail and bribery, the CIA and FBI are all intertwined in this fast-moving novel. Faith Lockhart, the lobbyist's assistant uncovers the scheme and is running for her life.

Scotbomb: Evidence and the Lockerbie Investigation
by: Richard A. Marquise


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Pan Am Flight 103 exploded over Lockerbie, Scotland on December 21, 1988. 259 passengers and crew, including 189 Americans, were killed. 11 Lockerbie residents were killed by falling debris. In 1991, two Libyan agents were indicted and after a trial in a Scottish court in the Netherlands in 1999, one was convicted. He was released from prison in 2009 and died in Libya in 2012. The author led the FBI investigation and recounts events leading up to the attack, as well as details of the investigation and trial.

Secrets of Harry Bright
by: Joseph Wambaugh


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LA Detective Sidney Blackpool investigates the murder of Jack Watson, found in a California desert in an incinerated Rolls Royce with a bullet in his head. Blackpool, fighting the memory of his own son's death, uncovers secrets that may bring down an entire police department, secrets that should probably stay buried in the desert

Silent Witness
by: Mark Fuhrman


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Former LAPD Detective and now, best-selling author Mark Fuhrman, looks at the Terry Schiavo case. Applying his extensive investigative skills, he examines police records, legal case files and medical evidence. With the cooperation of Schiavo's family, he interviews forensic experts, crucial witnesses, family members and caregivers. This book answers questions about the marriage of Terri and Michael Schiavo, her condition when she collapsed and her death.

Simple Genius
by: David Baldacci


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Michelle Maxwell, PI and former Secret Service Agent, has a death wish and allows herself to be beaten unconscious at at bar. She commits herself to a mental hospital while her partner, Sean King, also former Secret Service, looks for a case to keep their agency alive. An old boss gives him a suspicious suicide at a "think tank" in rural Virginia to investigate. The "think tank" is located next to a supersecret CIA facility with unmarked planes flying in and out at night. A super computer, drug running and murders disguised as suicides are all uncovered by Maxwell and King in this fast moving thriller.

Simple Truth, The
by: David Baldacci


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Michael Fiske, a brilliant and respected Supreme Court Clerk, removes an appeal from the Court's files and is murdered. His brother, John Fiske, an ex-cop turned defense attorney, tries to find out the murderer, but becomes the FBI's leading suspect. A conspiracy involving military officers, Supreme Court employees and a US Senator unfolds and leads, with the cooperation of a Supreme Court Justice, to a surprise ending.

Simple Truths
by: Jon Hersley; Larry Tongate; Bob Burke


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The world was stunned on April 19, 1995 by the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City that killed 168 men, women and children. In the aftermath of this horrific act, Americans did not want to believe that two clean-shaven, short-haired Army veterans could plan and carry out the most violent act of domestic terrorism in United States history. This book is a riveting, detailed explanation of the FBI's investigation - the largest criminal investigation in history. It is intended to provide a much-needed factual history of the case. It will dispel the various inaccurate and irresponsible theories that this notorious event spawned. This contribution to accuracy in history is the author's only purpose. Accordingly, they have declined any financial interest in the project. All proceeds go to the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum.

Sixth Man, The
by: David Baldacci


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Sean King and Michelle Maxwell, former Secret Service Agents, now private investigators, are enroute to a maximum security prison to work a case for Ted Bergin, an attorney and old friend. Bergin's client is Edgar Roy, an accused serial killer. When they find that Bergin's been murdered, they decide to continue the investigation anyway. But, the more they dig into Roy's past, the more they encounter obstacles, half-truths, dead ends, false friends and escalating threats from every direction. Their persistence pushes them to a terrifying confrontation which pushes them to their limits.

Sixth Session, The
by: Joe Hefferon


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Newspaperman Carter Jackson discovers the partial remains of a murdered infant. Against the advice of his brother, a NYC cop, and his deceased wife, with whom he communicates through love letters at her grave and haunting face to face meetings, he embroiles himself in the investigation. More children and their mothers are dying mysteriously. He's told that an ancient prophecy is driving the events.

Skipping Christmas
by: John Grisham


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Luther Krank and his wife, after sending their only daughter off on a Peace Corps mission, decide to "skip" Christmas. No presents, no tree, no decorations, no parties, spend the money on a Carribean Cruise. This decision, of course, upsets their neighbors and friends. Do they relent or do they take their cruise?

Snake Eyes
by: Joseph Pistone


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FBI undercover agent Donnie Brasco tests his skills when he travels to Julep, LA to investigate the Russian mafia, who set up a swank private illegal casino. Problem - the last undercover who went to the bayou never came back.

Sniper Shot
by: Barry Ozeroff


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Delve into the world of an Oregon Special Response Team and the competition between the primary and secondary snipers. When it's determined that one of them has commited a murder, the interaction between them intensifies and leads to a dramatic climax.

Soldiering On
by: Alan Brosnan, Duke Henry, Bob Taubert


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Spirit of the Badge: 60 True Police Stories of
by: Ingrid P. Dean


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Split Second
by: David Baldacci


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Sean King is a successful small town attorney. He tries to forget his past as a Secret Service Agent who let down his guard for a moment and had a Presidential candidate killed. He meets Michelle Maxwell, former Secret Service Agent who made a mistake that caused her candidate to be kidnapped. As they investigate any possible relationship between the two cases, several bodies show up at King's office and house. Are all these cases connected?

Squad, The - A Ben Douglas FBI Thriller
by: Richard D. Schwein


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J. Edgar Hoover is dead and female agents are hired. Douglas is named training agent for one of the first assigned to Philadelphia, an ex-nun. Douglas, his trainee and other squad members are dispatched to a small coal mining town where a group of jobless Vietnam vets has robbed the towns only bank. In searching for the robbers, Douglas and his trainee are captured by them and must figure a way to turn the tables and escape. The trail leads from the mining town back to Philadelphia and a final confrontation.

Stalling for Time: My Life as a Hostage Negotiator
by: Gary Noesner


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The author was an FBI Hostage Negotiator for 23 years. He draws on official reports, personal notes, memos and memories of conversations to recreate past hostage situations. The centerpiece of the book is his analysis of "what went wrong" at Waco with the Branch Davidians when the negotiators and tactical teams were working at cross purposes.

Stolen Masterpiece Tracker
by: Thomas McShane and Dary Materak


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Former FBI undercover agent Thomas McShane is an authority on the billion-dollar art theft business and, in Stolen Masterpiece Tracker, he presents a unique memoir that provides a thrilling ride through the underworld of stolen art and historical artifacts. His expertise and indefatigable determination prompted FBI Director William H. Webster to name McShane as the Senior Investigator of the FBI's expanding Art Squad.

Stone Cold
by: David Baldacci


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Annabelle Conroy is on the run after conning casino owner Jerry Bagger out of 40 million. Oliver Stone's Camel Club, Reuben, Milton and Caleb, try to protect her, but Stone has his own problems. Security expert Harry Finn has already killed three of Stone's former associates and has his sights on Stone. A surprising and shocking finale.

Stories of Faith and Courage from Cops on the ...
by: Carman Grant Wolf


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A devotional book written by active and retired law enforcement personnel. Each story reflects a true life experience and is usually related to an event that occurred on or near that day. The book contains 365 stories and is compiled by Grant Wolf, former Executive Director of the Fellowship of Christian Peace Officers.

Street Agent, The
by: Wayne Manis


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Within the FBI, the street agent is known as the heart of the Bureau. The author, Wayne Manis, was a street agent who traveled a diverse course throughout his career. He went undercover with the violent faction of The Weather Underground, he investigated the Ku Klux Klan, the Aryan Nations and the Mafia. He was a team leader of an FBI SWAT team and as such, participated in shootouts with bank robbers and terrorists. Near the end of his career, he became the case agent in charge of the investigation of The Order, a violent terrorist organization which assassinated their enemies, committed bombings and robberies and had the weaponry to engage the FBI in armed confrontation. Manis survived a fiery confrontation with the leader of The Order at their secluded hideout. The author, now able to tell the tale of these incredible cases, gives the reader a no-holds-barred book providing a view inside the FBI on the street level where courage is an absolute necessity and dedication and resolution are never-ending.

Street Lawyer, The
by: John Grisham


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Strictly Liable
by: M. T. Kingsley


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Follow the tumultuous and emotonal challenges of a widow and a mother of four. Julie Woodruff, who is set up for a crime, thrown into prison and survives an attempt on her life just because of her job as the public works director of the small southern California city of Playa Bonita. With the help of her children, she turns the incredible obstacles she faces into a positive result. Experience first hand why Congress needs to change the current environmental law that would allow innocent people to go to jail because they are ...Strictly Liable.

Summons, The
by: John Grisham


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Two brothers return to small town, Mississippi, having been summoned by their ailing father. They arrive to find him dead and his one page will gives his assets to both brothers equally. One brother however, finds three million in cash hidden in the house and while he attempts to keep his find from his brother, an extortionist seems to know more than he about the cash.

Supreme Betrayal
by: Steve Nyman


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An Army officer murdered. A ship with deadly cargo bound for the American coast. Only former FBI Agent Andrew Douglas can unravel the plot, but he always plays by the rules. Now, the rules have changed, but the stakes are higher. Threats against his family, a newspaper reporter hot on his heels as he rushes to prevent the deadly assault, all weigh heavily on his moral compass. Even the US Constitution and the very foundation of the American government are at risk. Andrew has found himself in the middle of a maelstrom, with no escape.

Swashbuckler: An FBI International Thriller
by: Ron Cleaver


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The author, a former FBI Agent, takes you from the FBI Training Academy in Quantico, VA to the Philippines and Indonesia in this action thriller. FBI Agents Costigan and Kelly hunt down an organized crime syndicate involved in pirating, kidnapping and money laundering.

Sword of Justice, The
by: Ron Sharrow


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C. Bruce West, a single, young and successful Baltimore attorney, is retained by a client accused of rape. The client not only offers a preposterous alibi, but stiffs Bruce his fee. Unable to extricate himself from a protracted trial, Bruce seeks revenge by selecting a jury certain to convict his client. As the courtroom drama unfolds, his compulsion to win overcomes his desire for revenge. Steamy scenes....lots of laughs.

Targeted
by: John M. Wills


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A sniper is killing Chicago cops. And, a Catholic priest is arrested for child molestation, but then flees the city. These two unrelated stories come together in an unexpected violent conclusion. Chicago police detectives Pete Shannon and Marilyn Benson battle to find the killer before another cop's life is taken.

Targets Down
by: Bob Hamer


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When an FBI wife is critically wounded and two people are found dead on a mountain pass, FBI Special Agent Matt Hogan is tasked with identifying those responsible. The undercover assignment takes him into the shadow world of Russian organized crime, neo-Nazis and the sex-slave industry. Matt's cover is almost blown twice - once by accident and once by incompetence within the FBI ranks, making violence appear to be his only solution. As he confronts evil, Hogan relies not only on the strength of his wife's faith, but his own quest to find God. He also finds terror and terrorism on this heart-pounding journey.

Tattooed Man
by: James L. Whitmer


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In Tattooed Man, retired FBI Agent James Stone uses his unique talents in criminal profiling and tattoo analysis to track down a serial murderer known as "Devil Man." Along the way, the true reason for the murders is uncovered and linked to a Georgian criminal enterprise operating from Tbilisi, Georgia, and which is involved in fomenting an international coup in the former USSR. Many colorful characters are encountered along the way, including a stark contrast between FBI Agents and Chicago Police Department (CPD) Detectives. James Whitmer, through his unique perspective of 26 years in federal law enforcement and numerous FBI undercover roles, brings out diverging and fascinating personality traits from all characters involved, including personalities from the FBI, ATF, CIA, CPD and even the Israel Mossad.

Terror on the Border-A Ben Douglas FBI Thriller
by: Richard D. Schwein, Sr.


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In El Paso, a female FBI Agent and the married Assistant US Attorney she is working with on a Cartel case, are found slashed to death in his bed. His wife, from a prominent Mexican family, is visiting in Mexico City. The Agent was divorced from a DEA Agent who caught her cheating. Chief Inspector Ben Douglas and his team is in charge of the investigation. Is this a Cartel hit, revenge from the family of a betrayed wife, or spurned husband? Investigation shows that the Agent also had an affair with a Doctoral student from a Mid-East country and when she broke off this affair, he became enraged and slapped her around. When confronted by Douglas, he and his followers declared a jihad and vowed to kill Douglas. He follows Douglas back to Washington and there's a final confrontation at Douglas' residence.

Terrorism: Defensive Strategies for Individuals,..
by: Lawrence J. Hogan


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This book, a veritable encyclopedia of terrorism, brings together some of the country's leading experts on terrorism from the government, police departments and universities as well as computer, medical, biological and chemical specialists. It is essential for anyone who wants to know more about terrorism and it's history and to learn how to protect oneself against terrorists. International terrorist organizations in every part of the world are dissected with a listing of their terrorist acts, and estimate of their numbers and their strength and those countries which sponsor terrorist groups are listed.

Terrorism; An Investigator's Handbook
by: William E. Dyson


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The threat of terrorism should be of concern to all law enforcement officers because political extremists can function and attack anywhere. This handbook introduces the reader to the field of terrorism investigation. Describing how terrorists operate and how they differ from other criminals, it provides an outline of how terrorism investigations should be conducted. By helping investigators develop necessary skills and knowledge, this guide helps prepare prosecutable cases against terrorists. A practical handbook, it contains extensive appendices that cover what to do in response to a terrorist attack, what not to do, bringing terrorsts to justice, domestic terrorist attacks in 2008-2010, key terms and concepts and selected extremist terms.

Testament, The
by: John Grisham


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Three Sisters Ponds: My Journey from Street Cop...
by: Phillip B. J. Reid


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This book is about pursuing your dreams and setting challenging and aggressive life goals. The author pursued his dreams through a 36 year law enforcement career as a Baltimore City policeman and FBI Agent. He was on a three day break from the trial in the Netherlands of the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing, where he was expected to testify. As he sat on a bench facing the Mediterranean Sea in the French Riviera, he chronicled the manifestation of the dreams and goals he launched 31 years earlier from another bench facing the Three Sisters Pond in Baltimore's Druid Hill Park.

Total Control
by: David Baldacci


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Sydney Archer, a corporate attorney, believes her husband died in a plane crash. She soon finds out he is alive and involved in a theft of sensitive material from his employer. She partners with an FBI Agent to try to unravel the scheme, but finds herself the target of corporate assassins.

Toughest Gang in Town; Police Stories
by: Kevin J. Mullen


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Crime, graft and justice (or the lack thereof) in Old San Francisco in the 19th and early 20th century written by a San Francisco historian and former Deputy Chief of Police of San Francisco.

Trap Doors: A Novel of FBI International Intrigue
by: Ron Cleaver


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The author, a former FBI Agent, takes us to Budapest, Moscow and Panama City in this tale of foreign intrigue. FBI Agents Nick Costigan and Matt Kelly investigate money laundering, bank fraud and cyber crime when the Russion Mafia targets an American computer consultant looking for a mail order bride.

Triage of Troubles
by: Ken Aldridge


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In former FBI Agent Ken Aldridge's novel, three major crimes, three minor crimes and three different women vye for the attention of the Chief of Police in a small Texas town. A young girl is kidnapped, a probaton violater arrested and a drug pusher comits a traffic violaton. These stories are all woven together. Who's guilty? Who's lying? What deep secrets will be revealed in the Triage of Troubles?

Unabomber: How the FBI Broke It's Own Rules ......
by: Donald Max Noel; Jim Freeman; Terry Turchie


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This is a riveting insider account of the complex, fascinating 18 year domestic terrorism investigation, written by the three senior FBI Agents who directed the UNABOM Task Force's nationwide manhunt: San Francisco Special Agent in Charge Jim Freeman, Assistant Special Agent in Charge Terrie Turchie and Supervisor Max Noel. It's the story of the way the FBI was forced to change it's methods of operation, from the traditional media-shy Bureau of J. Edgar Hoover, to the technologically savvy and media friendly organization necessary to capture Theodore Kaczynski, the notorious Unabomber. A fascinating look into the investigation and capture of the notorious terrorist after the Bureau's 18 years of frustration.

Unlikely Priest, The
by: J. Perry Smith


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This memoir is a remarkable story of a man who led many lives - bullfighter, Trappist Monk, US Army counterintelligence agent, CIA operative, FBI Agent and finally, an Episcopal priest. Smith tells of close encounters with bulls, Viet Cong, spies and bank robbers and escapes from Mexico and Central America. It was, however, his faith and hope that sustained him in the search for himself and his one true father, God.

Vegas Vixen
by: Dennis N. Griffin


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On Christmas Eve, 2002 Christina Patterson, one of Las Vegas' top madams, was killed in her home. To solve the case, the police must unravel her daily life, her contacts, her employees and her customers. What they find is surprising.

Walking the Corporate Beat: Police School for ...
by: Michael Tabman


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The Mob, Drug Cartels, Undercover Operations, Terrorism Investigations, Street Crimes. What can we learn? Read true stories retired FBI Agent and ex-cop Michael Tabman relates to teach us some valuable life lessons. Tabman shares behind-the-scenes decision making that resulted in an operation either succeeding or failing. Readers will be intrigued by parallels between police work and daily life challenges and how basic law enforcement concepts can resolve problems and conflicts. The parallels are compelling. In an approach that captivates the reader, Tabman explains the similarities with candid descriptions and dramatic, and often humorous, vignettes from his days in the FBI and police force. Walking the Corporate Beat: Police School for Business People is a gift to anyone seeking new and effective ways to recognize and prevent problems.

Watchman: JFK's Last Ride
by: Jack Owens


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The author's novel is a treason puzzler - a story about a successful conspiracy by the CIA and the US Military to murder President Kennedy in Dallas, using three assassins in Dealey Plaza, two of whom fired with such utility and efficiency that the third did not have to fire at all. FBI Agent Carl Stone unravels the plot and takes action against the conspirators and the gunmen on orders from FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. Both Stone and Hoover must protect the Bureau from allegations that the FBI knew Lee Harvey Oswald and could have prevented the assassination. Added intrigue is the involvement of Soviet Military Intelligence, who knew about the plot because of a spy deep inside the Pentagon.

Joseph Pistone, Way of the Wiseguy Way of the Wiseguy
by: Joseph Pistone


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FBI Agent Pistone worked undercover for six years infiltrating the Mafia as Donnie Brasco. His efforts led to over 100 prosecutions of Mafiosi and his experiences were detailed in his two previous books, "Donnie Brasco" and "Donnie Brasco: Unfinished Business." In this book, Pistone details the typical daily life of a wiseguy, how they take over a business, their family life, lack of moral codes etc. As an extra, the book also contains a CD of FBI surveillance audio, where the wiseguys talk about killing Brasco.

We're Going to Win This Thing: The Shocking Frame
by: Lin DeVecchio and Charles Brandt


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A true account of an FBI Agent who was highly successful in fighting the Mafia in New York City, but found himself being accused of taking bribes, selling information to the man who was his informant and even ordering four mob "hits." How did a highly respected FBI Agent become suspected of corruption and charged with four counts of murder.

Whitemare
by: Geoff Doyle


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Whitemare is the compelling story of an international FBI investigation in what was the largest seizure of heroin in US history. It takes the reader behind the scenes in the making of this unparalleled spellbinding case and exposes, for the readers consideration, the factors which impacted daily on the agents and other investigators. It removes the myth and hype that surround many other law enforcement accounts of true crime while presenting the stress-filled and riveting moments along with the humorous, monotonous and frustrating ones. Whitemare is the unforgettable true story of a remarkable international law enforcement victory.

Whoever Fights Monsters
by: Robert K. Ressler, Tom Shachtman


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Robert Ressler, a former FBI Profiler, joins with Tom Shachtman, an author, to write about his case experience over 20 years, including interviews with serial killers Ted Bundy, Charles Manson and John Wayne Gacy. Ressler was also one of the developers of the FBI's system of personality profiling of violent offenders.

Whole Truth, The
by: David Baldacci


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A global thriller with events that could change the world. The lives of Katie James, a journalist, Shaw, who represents a super intelligence agency, Nicolas Creel, the head of a large defense contractor, intertwine in a can't-put-down mystery.

Wife of the Accused Assassin
by: Wallace Heitman


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The author, a former FBI Agent, recounts his role in the Kennedy assassination investigation, including numerous interviews with Lee Harvey Oswald's wife, Marina. Also included are other investigations by Heitman and a chapter re J. Edgar Hoover.

Winner, The
by: David Baldacci


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A truck-stop waitress becomes the winner of a fixed national lottery with two conditions - share the winnings with the fixer and change her identity and leave the country. LuAnn Tyler and her infant daughter, takes the money and runs, breaking her promise. Can she evade her executioner and become the real "Winner?"

Wish You Well
by: David Baldacci


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The lives of 12 year old Lou and her 7 year old brother Oz change drastically when their father is killed in a car accident and their mother is left in a catatonic state. Lou, Oz and their mother are forced to move to their great grandmother's farm in rural SW Virginia. As they grow accustomed to early morning chores, homemade food and a one room schoolhouse, a corporation threatens their greatgrandmother's land, resulting in a climactic courtroom battle.

With Malicious Intent
by: M. T. Kingsley


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Hardworking New Orleans environmental lawyer Rebecca Boudriaux's life just got substantially more complicated and dangerous because of her new case, filed on behalf of citizens living in the Cancer Alley area of Louisiana. As the trial starts, she is hampered by dying informants, terrorized clients and a hiding key witness. When Rebecca collapses in the courtroom, her boss, Joe Cairns, takes over and tries to determine whether her best friend and love interest, greedy recycling company directors or someone else is acting...With Malicious Intent.

Women of Summer
by: I. B. Wells


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The author, an FBI Agent for 26 years, sets this novel in the Blue Ridge Mountains in 1908. Several young women are murdered and the Sheriff, John Woodward, faces the greatest challenge of his career. His persistence, however, leads to a critical discovery as he collides with a mysterious suspect. A love story and psychosexual thriller with moral and religious overtones.

Women Warriors: Stories From the Thin Blue LIne
by: John M. Wills


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A collection of true stories about women in law enforcement, written by the women who lived them. This unique cross section of authors includes patrol officers, investigators, chaplains, dispatchers and corrections officers.

Wooden Hearts
by: Thomas Trier


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Wooden Hearts is a novel which depicts the experience of a retired FBI Agent who takes a job as police chief in a small Wisconsin town. The plot of this science fiction novel involves a college research team experimenting with the combination of nuclear cold fusion and Tesla power coils to generate a wireless power grid. The combination of the two technologies wakes tree spirits in the woods along with their evil brothers in the wood we use in our every day lives. The novel tracks the hero, Tom Kessler, as he sorts through strange developments and diverse characters and aligns himself with the good tree spirits. Kessler and the good spirits go against the evil humans and the bad tree spirits in a classic story of good vs. evil.

Year Without Christmas: A Novel
by: John M. Wills


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A small town family's peace is shattered when a tragic accident sends them plunging into the darkest times they have ever known. The members struggle with their new reality, as the husband disappears and his grandson faces a life-threatening disease. A tale about loss and unwavering hope. The Year Without Christmas demonstrates the power of love, faith and a family's will to survive.

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