INSIDE THE F.B.I. by John J. Floherty
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INSIDE THE F.B.I.

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I found this more exciting than a detective story! It really is many detective stories, for it covers the whole roster of crime, and all true; spies and saboteurs, kidnappers and bank robbers and ordinary gangsters. Most boys, and perhaps their fathers, too, will find absorbing reading in this story of how the G-Man gets his man: fingerprinting, clouthing, science applied to clues, ballistics and other fascinating machinery of crime detection. Very good chapters, too, on the selection and training of GMen.

Pub Date: July 21st, 1943
Publisher: Lippincott