The Secrets of the FBI

by Ronald Kessler

The Secrets of the FBI

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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.

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