The Secrets of the FBI

The Secrets of the FBI

by Ronald Kessler
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The Secrets of the FBI 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 42 reviews.
Winterlight00 More than 1 year ago
I've never read Kesslers stuff before so I can't accuse him of being a cheerleader, but theres lots of rah rah for the FBI here. Most of this is just stories told by FBI guys with a slant towards blaming foul ups on previous directors. For example the FBI missed the 9/11 hijackers because Freeh didn't update the computers. It /is/ a fun read though, just take the idea that this is all true to life with a grain of salt.
HondaSolLuv More than 1 year ago
If FBI interests you in anyway this is a book you should pick up. I am from Lubbock, Tx and really like Kessler's take on the Terrorist Aldawasari. This was a very high profile case here and I liked to see the inside of the story and the FBI's involvement. Ronald Kessler is a very good author and his stories are always a joy for me to read. They are made for anyone with any level of criminal knowledge to enjoy. I want to read his other novels now.
richardjewel More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed the topics included in this book...I was floored to read about the methods utilized by the TacOps teams to secure information! I plan on checking about more Ronald Kessler books soon! Contains fascinating insight on "secrets" undercover until now! Thanks!
Beth2012 More than 1 year ago
I think Kessler does an excellent job of stating facts rather than making this book biased. You would never be able to tell it is a non-fiction novel by the way Kessler tells this story. He makes it easy to understand high-tech government operation and makes them sound interesting. It is rather informational, and touches the subject about a lot of topics. I like how he isn't afraid to bash the FBI. He tells the truth and isn't afraid of the information he gives.
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The secrets of the FBI is very well written book by Ronald Kessler. It gives you some inside on how they do various things to prevent major events from happening. The building that they test and research in Virginia is amazing and I would like to tour it someday. I do not understand why they never coordinated with the FBI and CIA on information through out the years.
787878BREHD More than 1 year ago
Learned a lot about FBI I didn't know before. Also some secrets that will surprise you when finished. Some very interesting people in this book and their careers with feds. Overall a very good book.
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