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The Secrets of the FBI by Ronald Kessler
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Sep 02, 11

Read from September 01 to 02, 2011

From J. Edgar Hoover to 9/11 and beyond, Kessler describes the FBI in a very readable way through the decades. Many funny mishaps and close calls are profiled, especially in the beginning and the end of the book. Lots of secrets are revealed by a bureau that sometimes resembles the Keystone Cops. From now on, I'll always wonder when I see an accident or a bread truck in front of a building if it is legitimate or a diversion/cover-up for some bug planting.
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