Gr 9 Up-In this practical guide, Ackerman outlines the history and organization of the FBI; the salary and benefits of a career with this agency; and opportunities and hiring processes, including ways to present an outstanding application. He also describes the training for different positions. The entries are dry and necessarily brief, but offer a broad overview of how best to prepare oneself to be an ideal candidate. The appendixes are particularly interesting and helpful; they include much of the paperwork involved in applying to the bureau and for internships. This book is a must for career collections and for libraries with populations that are particularly interested in law enforcement, but it is not for those with only an idle interest in the FBI.-Morgan Johnson-Doyle, Sierra High School, Colorado Springs, CO Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.