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“What are the best books about The F.B.I.?” We looked at 148 of the top FBI books, aggregating and ranking them so we could answer that very question!

Learn more about The FBI and its long history with the nearly 150 books below. The top 13 books, all appearing on 2 or more “Best FBI Book” lists, are ranked below with images, descriptions, and links. The remaining 100+ titles, as well as the lists we used, can be found at the bottom of the page.

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Top Books About The FBI



13 .) Bobby and J. Edgar: The Historic Face-Off Between the Kennedys and J. Edgar Hoover That Transformed America by Burton Hersh

Lists It Appears On:

  • ChikiChika
  • Alibris

The history of one of the most admired (Bobby Kennedy) and one of the most reviled (J. Edgar Hoover) are entwined with that of Joseph Kennedy. This triumvirate was marked by conflict, betrayal and a strange Shakespearean familial bond. Set against the ongoing context of Joe Kennedy’s behind-the-scenes manipulation of key players in Congress, organized crime, and his own family, major players are revealed such as Roy Cohn, Martin Luther King, Marilyn Monroe, Lyndon Johnson, and Richard Nixon.

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12 .) Donnie Brasco by Joseph Pistone

Lists It Appears On:

  • FBI Authors
  • FBI Authors

“Posing as jewel thief “”Donnie Brasco,”” FBI agent Joseph D. Pistone carried out the most audacious sting operation ever, working undercover for six years to infiltrate the flamboyant community of mafia soldiers, “”connected guys,”” captains, and godfathers.
Now his unforgettable eyewitness account brings to pulsating life the entire world of wiseguys—their code of honor and their treachery, their wives, girlfriends and whores, their lavish spending and dirty dealings.

With the drama and suspense of a high-tension thriller, Joseph Pistone reveals every incredible aspect of the jealously guarded world he penetrated…and draws a chilling picture of what the mafia is, does, and means in America today.”

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11 .) The Man and the Secrets by Curt Gentry

Lists It Appears On:

  • Alibris
  • The New York Times

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10 .) The Boss: J. Edgar Hoover and the Great American Inquisition by Athan G. Theoharis; John Stuart Cox

Lists It Appears On:

  • Questia
  • Questia 2

In 1925 J. Edgar Hoover secretly began to maintain in his own office the “Obscene File”and two other files which were kept separate from the FBIas central records system and which recorded accounts of sexual activities and damaging personal information on dissident activists, prominent leaders and personalities, even Presidents and First Ladies. In addition, Hoover had his aides keep “summary memoranda” on members of Congress reporting on their “subversive activities” and “immoral conduct.” He also had aides create office files in which memoranda labeled “Do Not File” itemized illegal break-ins by agents authorized by Hoover; these “files” were also kept apart from the Bureauas central records and were regularly destroyed. Having cracked Hooveras secret filing systems, Athan G. Theoharis and John Stuart Cox present with unprecedented accuracy and comprehensive primary evidence the definitive biography of J. Edgar Hoover, the man who was the FBI for 48 years. The Boss draws on previously unknown and extremely sensitive Bureau files as well as interviews with Hoover family members, agents, politicians, and “targets” of FBI investigations to reveal the man, the administrator, and the power-monger who manipulated American politics for half a century.

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9 .) Stalking the Sociological Imagination: J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI Surveillance of American Sociology by Mike Forrest Keen

Lists It Appears On:

  • Questia
  • Questia 2

It is now common knowledge that the FBI and its long-time director, J. Edgar Hoover, were responsible for the creation of a massive internal security apparatus that undermined the very principles of freedom and democracy they were sworn to protect. While no one was above suspicion, Hoover appears to have held a special disdain for sociologists and placed many of sociology’s most prominent American figures under surveillance. Using documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, this volume portrays the FBI’s stalking of the sociological imagination, offering a detailed account of its investigations within the context of an overview of the history of American sociology. This groundbreaking analysis of a previously hidden chapter of American intellectual history suggests that the activities of Hoover and the FBI marginalized critical sociologists such as W.E.B. Du Bois and C. Wright Mills, suppressed the development of a Marxist tradition in American sociology, and likely pushed the mainstream of the discipline away from a critique of American society and towards a more quantitative and scientific direction. The author also turns sociology back upon the FBI, using the writings and ideas of the very sociologists Hoover had under surveillance to examine and explain the excesses of the Bureau and its boss.

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8 .) Public Enemies by Bryan Burrough

Lists It Appears On:

  • Five Books
  • EW

In Public Enemies, bestselling author Bryan Burrough strips away the thick layer of myths put out by J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI to tell the full story—for the first time—of the most spectacular crime wave in American history, the two-year battle between the young Hoover and the assortment of criminals who became national icons: John Dillinger, Machine Gun Kelly, Bonnie and Clyde, Baby Face Nelson, Pretty Boy Floyd, and the Barkers. In an epic feat of storytelling and drawing on a remarkable amount of newly available material on all the major figures involved, Burrough reveals a web of interconnections within the vast American underworld and demonstrates how Hoover’s G-men overcame their early fumbles to secure the FBI’s rise to power.

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7 .) My FBI by Louis J. Freeh

Lists It Appears On:

  • FBI Authors
  • EW

“Louis Freeh led the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1993 to 2001, through some of the most tumultuous times in its long history. This is the story of a life in law enforcement, and of one man’s determined struggle to strengthen and reform the FBI while ensuring its freedom from political interference.

Bill Clinton called Freeh a “law enforcement legend” when he nominated him as FBI Director. The good feelings would not last. Going toe-to-toe with his boss during the scandal-plagued ‘90s, Freeh fought hard to defend his agency from political interference and to protect America from the growing threat of international terrorism. When Clinton later called that appointment the worst one he had made as president, Freeh considered it “a badge of honor.”

This is Freeh’s entire story, from his Catholic upbringing in New
Jersey to law school, the FBI training academy, his career as a US District attorney and as a federal judge, and finally his eight years as the nation’s top cop. This is the definitive account of American law enforcement in the run-up to September 11. Freeh is clear-eyed, frank, the ultimate realist, and he offers resolute vision for the struggles ahead.”

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6 .) Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit by John Douglas, Mark Olshaker

Lists It Appears On:

  • FBI Authors
  • EInvestigator

“In chilling detail, the legendary Mindhunter takes us behind the scenes of some of his most gruesome, fascinating, and challenging cases—and into the darkest recesses of our worst nightmares.

During his twenty-five year career with the Investigative Support Unit, Special Agent John Douglas became a legendary figure in law enforcement, pursuing some of the most notorious and sadistic serial killers of our time: the man who hunted prostitutes for sport in the woods of Alaska, the Atlanta child murderer, and Seattle’s Green River killer, the case that nearly cost Douglas his life.

As the model for Jack Crawford in The Silence of the Lambs, Douglas has confronted, interviewed, and studied scores of serial killers and assassins, including Charles Manson, Ted Bundy, and Ed Gein, who dressed himself in his victims’ peeled skin. Using his uncanny ability to become both predator and prey, Douglas examines each crime scene, reliving both the killer’s and the victim’s actions in his mind, creating their profiles, describing their habits, and predicting their next moves.”

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5 .) J. Edgar Hoover and the Anti-interventionists: FBI Political Surveillance and the Rise of the Domestic Security State, 1939–1945 by Douglas M Charles

Lists It Appears On:

  • ChikiChika
  • Alibris

Douglas M. Charles reveals how FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover catered to President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s political interests. Between 1939 and 1945, the Federal Bureau of Investigation monitored the political activities of President Roosevelt’s anti-interventionist foreign policy critics. Hoover, whose position as FBI director was tenuous within the left-of-center Roosevelt administration, catered to the president’s political and policy interests in order to preserve his position and to expand FBI authority.

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4 .) J. Edgar Hoover and His G-Men by William B. Breuer

Lists It Appears On:

  • Questia
  • Questia 2

“Through gripping accounts of actual incidents, William Breuer brings the reader to the front lines of battle with Hoover and his crimebusters. Thrilling manhunts, thwarted mayhem, and tense confrontations dominate the action as the FBI tracks down the most dangerous hoodlums, kidnappers, and marauders of the era. Breuer also examines the social obstacles of pursuing justice during that bleak period in American history. Citizen apathy spurred by the Depression further stacked the odds against the G-Men as they chased desperadoes across the landscape. Somehow, the FBI achieved unprecedented success in the face of almost insurmountable odds. This powerful volume demonstrates the stunning evolution of a tattered, corrupt organization into a disciplined unit priding itself on integrity and a tireless dedication to duty. Most of all, Hoover’s mystique and the sheer force of his will can be felt with each encounter detailed in this fascinating book.

As the blood of criminal violence flowed through the streets in early 1920s America, the FBI was rendered helpless by unholy alliances with crooked politicians and shady dealings. A dynamic, young J. Edgar Hoover would change all that. After being named director of the FBI, Hoover quickly whipped the bureau into crime-fighting shape through mass firings of political hacks and painstaking screening of new recruits. Hoover’s meticulous revitalization of the FBI resulted in the forming of a small, coldly efficient force that eagerly awaited its chance to battle the criminal element. Once Congress removed limitations on making arrests and carrying firearms, Hoover and 600 G-Men took to the streets, matching guns and wits with America’s most notorious gangsters in an all-out war. The G-Men rapidly nailed ruthless criminals and well-known kingpins such as John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson, Pretty Boy Floyd, Ma Barker and her sons, Machine Gun Kelly, and Creepy Karpis (who was personally apprehended by Hoover).”

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3 .) Hoover’s FBI by Cartha D. DeLoach

Lists It Appears On:

  • FBI Authors
  • Alibris

The FBI is the world’s most famous law enforcement agency and also one of the world’s most mysterious organizations. Only the few who were part of J. Edgar Hoover’s inner circle know the truths of five decades of his authoritarian rule. In this gripping personal account, Deke DeLoach, who was privy to Hoover’s thoughts and actions during the FBI’s most tumultuous years, tells his insider story.

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2 .) Enemies: A History of the FBI by Tim Weiner

Lists It Appears On:

  • EW
  • Alibris

“Enemies is the first definitive history of the FBI’s secret intelligence operations, from an author whose work on the Pentagon and the CIA won him the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award.

We think of the FBI as America’s police force. But secret intelligence is the Bureau’s first and foremost mission. Enemies is the story of how presidents have used the FBI to conduct political warfare, and how the Bureau became the most powerful intelligence service the United States possesses.

Here is the hidden history of America’s hundred-year war on terror. The FBI has fought against terrorists, spies, anyone it deemed subversive—and sometimes American presidents. The FBI’s secret intelligence and surveillance techniques have created a tug-of-war between national security and civil liberties. It is a tension that strains the very fabric of a free republic.”

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1 .) The Bureau: The Secret History of the FBI by Ronald Kessler

Lists It Appears On:

  • The New York Times
  • EInvestigator
  • EW

“Based on exclusive interviews-including the first interview with Robert Mueller since his nomination as director-The Bureau reveals why the FBI was unprepared for the attacks of September 11 and how the FBI is combating terrorism today. The book answers such questions as: Why did the FBI know nothing useful about al-Qaeda before September 11? What is really behind the FBI’s more aggressive investigative approaches that have raised civil liberties concerns? What does the FBI think of improvements in airline security? How safe does the FBI think America really is?

An Award-winning investigative reporter and New York Times bestselling author of Inside the White House, Ronald Kessler answers these questions and presents the definitive history of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The Bureau reveals startling new information-from J. Edgar Hoover’s blackmailing of Congress to the investigation of the September 11th attacks.”

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The Additional Best Books About The Federal Bureau of Investigation



 

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14784 BroadwayJames RingFBI Authors
15A G-Man’s JournalOliver “Buck” Revell, Dwight WilliamsFBI Authors
16A Guide to Identifying Terrorists Through Body LanD. Vincent Sullivan; Lillian Glass, PhDFBI Authors
17A Journey to the Center of the Mind, Book 1James FitzgeraldFBI Authors
18ABCs of Behavioral ForensicsJoseph W. Koletar; Sridhar Ramamoorti; Kelly PopeFBI Authors
19Agent Bishop: True Stories from an FBI Agent…Mike McPhetersFBI Authors
20Agents of Repression: The FBI’s Secret Wars against the Black Panther Party and the American Indian MovementWard Churchill; Jim Vander WallQuestia 2
21American Indian MafiaJoseph H. Trimbach and John M. TrimbachFBI Authors
22Anatomy of MotiveJohn Douglas, Mark OlshakerFBI Authors
23Betrayal: Whitey Bulgar and the FBI Agent Who …Robert Fitzpatrick and Jon LandFBI Authors
24Between Heaven and HellJames L. WhitmerFBI Authors
25Beyond Cold Blood: The KBI from Ma Barker to BTKLarry WelchFBI Authors
26Big Bills OnlyJerry WebbFBI Authors
27Bodyguard of Deception (World War Two Trilogy) (Volume 1)ChikiChika
28Breaking Iraq, The Ten Mistakes That Broke Iraq…Colonel Ted Spain, Terry TurchieFBI Authors
29Bribery and Corruption Casebook: The View from …Joseph T. Wells; Laura HymesFBI Authors
30Bullets, Bombs and Fast TalkJames BottingFBI Authors
31C-1 and the Chicago MobVincent L. InserraFBI Authors
32Carnivore, the FBI’s E-Mail Surveillance System: Devouring Criminals, Not PrivacyDunham, Griffin SQuestia
33Citizen Hoover: A Critical…Jay Robert NashAlibris
34Cold War Fugitive: A Personal Story of the McCarthy YearsGil GreenQuestia 2
35Combatting Arson for Profit-Advanced Techniques…J. David Schroeder; David J. Icove; Vernon WherryFBI Authors
36Conspiracy of FoolsKurt EichenwaldFive Books
37Cybervetting: Internet Searches for Vetting, Inv..Edward J. AppelFBI Authors
38D.B. Cooper Case Exposed: J….George C NuttallAlibris
39Dancing With DevilsRobert D. EmersonFBI Authors
40Death of Jimmy HoffaTerrance F. McShaneFBI Authors
41Degree Mills – The Billion Dollar IndustryAllen Ezell and Dr. John BearFBI Authors
42Digging for DisclosureKenneth S. Springer, Joelle ScottFBI Authors
43Don’t Shoot! We’re Republicans!Jack OwensFBI Authors
44Endless Enemies: Inside FBI CounterterrorismRaymond W. HolcombFBI Authors
45Eyes Pried Open: Rookie FBI AgentVincent SellersFBI Authors
46Facing Down EvilClint VanZandt, Daniel PaisnerFBI Authors
47FBI – KGB War, TheRobert J. Lamphere and Tom SchachtmanFBI Authors
48FBI and I, TheCurtis O. LynumFBI Authors
49FBI Careers: The Ultimate Guide to Landing a Job As One of Americas FinestEInvestigator
50FBI Diaries: Home Grown TerrorPeter Klismet, Jr.FBI Authors
51FBI Diary: Profiles in EvilPeter M. Klismet Jr.FBI Authors
52FBI Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity: An AutobiographyJames R. WrightFBI Authors
53FBI Special Agents are Real PeopleAl ZupanFBI Authors
54Fools Mate: A True Story of Espionage at Nat…John WhitesideFBI Authors
55Forgotten Times Remembered: During the Great De…Robert R. GlendonFBI Authors
56Fraud Exposed: What You Don’t Know Could Cost…Joseph W. KoletarFBI Authors
57Freakonomics and SuperFreakonomicsSteven Levitt and Stephen DubnerFive Books
58From an Office Building with a High Powered RifleDon AdamsFBI Authors
59G-Man and the Diamond King – A True FBI Story…William E. PlunkettFBI Authors
60G-Men, Hoover’s FBI in American Popular CultureRichard Gid Powers; Daniel M. FinneganQuestia 2
61Going Knee to Knee (Confessions, Tales and …)William J. WarnerFBI Authors
62Government Secrecy: Classic and Contemporary ReadingsSusan L. Maret; Jan GoldmanQuestia
63Hero Among Us: Memoirs of a FBI Witness HunterJim Ingram; James DickersonFBI Authors
64Historical Dictionary of Law EnforcementMitchel P. RothQuestia 2
65Homeland Insecurity, How Washington Politicians…Terry Turchie, Kathleen Puckett, PhDFBI Authors
66Hoover Damned; Exposing the Ultimate G-Man – and Finding the Ultimate BureaucratBranch, TaylorQuestia 2
67How to Spot Lies Like the FBIMark BoutonFBI Authors
68Hunting the American Terrorist, The FBI’s War ….Terry Turchie, Kathleen Puckett, PhDFBI Authors
69In Defense of Self and Others-…Facts – FallaciesUrey W. Patrick, John C. HallFBI Authors
70Inside the World’s Most Powerful Law Enforcement AgencyEInvestigator
71Insidious Foes: The Axis Fifth Column and the American Home FrontFrancis MacDonnellQuestia 2
72Intelligence Studies in Britain and the US: Historiography since 1945Christopher R. Moran; Christopher J. MurphyQuestia
73Intelligence-Based Security in Private IndustryThomas A. TrierFBI Authors
74Into the Devil’s Den: How an FBI Informant GotDave Hall; Tym Burkey; Katherine RamslandFBI Authors
75Introduction to Intelligence StudiesCarl Jensen; David McElreath; Melissa GravesFBI Authors
76J. Edgar Hoover, Sex, and…Athan G TheoharisAlibris
77Killers of the Flower MoonDavid GrannEW
78Last Undercover: The True Story of FBI Agent’s…Bob HamerFBI Authors
79Legal Pathway of God, TheO. Thaxter Blalock, Jr.FBI Authors
80Lessons From the Street: Officer Survival and T…John M. WillsFBI Authors
81Making Jack Falcone: An Undercover FBI AgentJoaquin GarciaFBI Authors
82Matador of Murder: An FBI Agent’s Journey in …Patrick J. MullaneyFBI Authors
83Murder in Harrill HillsR. S. AllenFBI Authors
84Night of the Full MoonHerbert D. CloughFBI Authors
85No HeroesDanny O. Coulson, Elaine ShannonFBI Authors
86Not Released Unharmed: Kidnap VictimsDonald L. SmithFBI Authors
87ObsessionJohn Douglas, Mark OlshakerFBI Authors
88Official & Confidential : The Secret Life of J. Edgar HooverChikiChika
89On Scene CommanderWeldon L. KennedyFBI Authors
90On the Laser’s EdgeSharon Thatcher, Thomas E. BurgFBI Authors
91Open City: True Story of the KC Crime FamilyWilliam OuseleyFBI Authors
92Operation Greylord: The True Story of an UntrainedTerrance Hake, Wayne KlattFBI Authors
93Origins of FBI CounterintelligenceRaymond J. BatvinisFBI Authors
94Osage Indian Murders: The True Story…Lawrence HoganFBI Authors
95Perry’s Camp MurdersR. S. Allen and Steve O. WatsonFBI Authors
96Phase Line Green – The FCI Talladega Hostage Res.James A. McGeeFBI Authors
97Pick Up Your Own Brass: Leadership the FBI WayKathleen McChesney; William GavinFBI Authors
98Pizza Bomber; The Untold Story of America’s Most..Gerald Clark; Ed PalattellaFBI Authors
99Priceless: How I Went Undercover to Rescue …Robert K. Wittman and John ShiffmanFBI Authors
100Problems in the FBIBlumenfeld, TeriQuestia
101Protest from the RightRobert A. RosenstoneQuestia 2
102Puppetmaster: The Secret Life…Richard HackAlibris
103Raising a Jihadi Generation: Understanding the MusJohn GuandoloFBI Authors
104Rattenkrieg! The Art and Science….Battle PistolBob TaubertFBI Authors
105Reading and Spelling Pure and SimpleDeede Hinckley CauleyFBI Authors
106Red Scare: FBI and the Origins of Anticommunism in the United States, 1919-1943Regin SchmidtQuestia
107Religiosity of EvilJames L. WhitmerFBI Authors
108Reorganizing the FBIMeek, James GordonQuestia
109Rethinking Risk: How Companies Sabotage Them…Joseph W. KoletarFBI Authors
110Rezident-The Espionage Odyssey of Soviet General..Robert K. BakerFBI Authors
111Rico: How Politicians, Prosecutors and the Mob….Joe Wolfinger, Chris Kerr, Jerry SeperFBI Authors
112Scotbomb: Evidence and the Lockerbie InvestigationRichard A. MarquiseFBI Authors
113Secrecy and PowerRichard Gid PowersFive Books
114Simple TruthsJon Hersley; Larry Tongate; Bob BurkeFBI Authors
115Spying Blind: The CIA, the FBI, and the Origins of 9/11Amy B. ZegartQuestia
116Spying on America: The FBI’s Domestic Counterintelligence ProgramJames Kirkpatrick DavisQuestia
117Stalling for Time: My Life as a Hostage NegotiatorGary NoesnerFBI Authors
118Stolen Masterpiece TrackerThomas McShane and Dary MaterakFBI Authors
119Street Agent, TheWayne ManisFBI Authors
120Terrorism; An Investigator’s HandbookWilliam E. DysonFBI Authors
121Terrorism: Defensive Strategies for Individuals,..Lawrence J. HoganFBI Authors
122The Ballad of Ben and Stella…Matthew CecilAlibris
123The CellJohn Miller, Michael Stone, and Chris MitchellFive Books
124The Chancellor ManuscriptRobert LudlumAlibris
125The Director : an oral…Ovid DemarisAlibris
126The FBI Career Guide: Inside information on Getting Chosen and for Succeeding in One of the Toughest, Most Prestigious Jobs in the WorldEInvestigator
127The FBI Laboratory: 75 Years of Forensic Science ServiceWaggoner, KimQuestia
128The FBI: A Centennial History, 1908-2008The U.S. Department of JusticeQuestia
129The Inside Story of 9/11 and the War Against al-Qaeda (2011)Ali H. SoufanThe New York Times
130The Last Crusade: Martin Luther King, Jr., the FBI, and the Poor People’s CampaignGerald D. McKnightQuestia
131The Real J. Edgar Hoover: For…Ray WannallAlibris
132The Reporter Who Knew Too Much: The Mysterious Death of What’s My Line TV Star and Media Icon Dorothy KilgallenChikiChika
133The Surprisingly Stronger Case for the Legality of the NSA Surveillance Program: The FDR PrecedentKatyal, Neal; Caplan, RichardQuestia 2
134The True Story of J. Edgar…Barry Denenberg, DenebergAlibris
135The Union Station Massacre:…Robert UngerAlibris
136There’s Something Happening Here: The New Left, the Klan, and FBI CounterintelligenceDavid CunninghamQuestia
137Three Sisters Ponds: My Journey from Street Cop…Phillip B. J. ReidFBI Authors
138Unabomber: How the FBI Broke It’s Own Rules ……Donald Max Noel; Jim Freeman; Terry TurchieFBI Authors
139Unlikely Priest, TheJ. Perry SmithFBI Authors
140Walking the Corporate Beat: Police School for …Michael TabmanFBI Authors
141Wanted: FBI Transparency about Racial Profiling in Arab and Muslim CommunitiesFancher, Mark PQuestia
142Way of the WiseguyJoseph PistoneFBI Authors
143We’re Going to Win This Thing: The Shocking FrameLin DeVecchio and Charles BrandtFBI Authors
144WhitemareGeoff DoyleFBI Authors
145Whoever Fights MonstersRobert K. Ressler, Tom ShachtmanFBI Authors
146Wife of the Accused AssassinWallace HeitmanFBI Authors
147Women Warriors: Stories From the Thin Blue LIneJohn M. WillsFBI Authors
148Young J. Edgar: Hoover, the…Kenneth D AckermanAlibris


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ChikiChika Top 5 Best j edgar hoover books for sale 2017
EInvestigator Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Books: An Inside Look at the Agency
EW 5 books to learn more about the FBI
FBI Authors Non Fiction books by former FBI agents
Five Books Keith Slotter recommends the best books on The FBI and Crime
Questia FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation)
Questia 2 J. Edgar Hoover: Selected full-text books and articles
The New York Times 3 Revelatory Books About the F.B.I.