by Ronald Kessler
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This expose from the author ofIn the President's Secret Service takes a look inside the secrets of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, as well as some of the secrets it has uncovered about famous personalities over the years.
August 8, 2012 In fiction, Adam Johnson offers a view of life in North Korea under Kim Jong Il. In nonfiction, Ronald Kessler looks into the FBI's tactical operations teams, and Peter D. Ward explores the likely impact of our rapidly melting ice caps.
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