With Honor and Purpose: A Scorching First-Hand Account From The Front Lines Of Crime
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With Honor and Purpose: A Scorching First-Hand Account From The Front Lines Of Crime

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The most grueling missions. The most dangerous criminals. The ultimate insider.

Bank robbers. Pimps. Wise guys. Murderers...Today's FBI street agents face a never-ending parade of violence and chaos perpetuated by society's most dangerous and sometimes most demented felons. In this action-packed confession of an FBI man, Phil Kerby takes us on a white-knuckle ride through a
Mass Market Paperback, 352 pages
Published December 15th 1999 by St. Martin's Paperbacks (first published March 15th 1998)
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Because this is a story that takes place in Saginaw and surrounding areas, I had to read it and buy it. Recognizing places and even my high school was mentioned in it, made it very interesting to read. Scary too. It hit a little too close to home, but since I am so intrigued by mafia things, this was a pretty good book to read. Plus, this is what the movie they filmed in Saginaw was based on- so it was helpful to read it before seeing the movie.
I read this book several years ago and thought it was a candid and honest look at FBI agents working in the trenches.
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